Sunday, August 30, 2009

Book Review: A Cousin's Prayer

I had the chance to read another one of Wanda E. Brunstetter's books, A Cousin's Prayer, it is book 2 in the series Indiana Cousins, and it was another fabulous book. I just cannot seem to get enough of her work and I just can't put them down when I pick them up. I am averaging about one and a half days per book because they are so good. I recommend these books to everyone.

You can purchase her books at Christian book stores and last week I found out that Walmart also carries her books. I was so excited, I bought another one of her books to read, which I have already finished. lol

A Cousin’s Prayer
Hits Stores in September 2009

Uhrichsville, OH—A young Indiana Amish woman strives to break free from the bondage of fear to find love again in A Cousin’s Prayer by Wanda E. Brunstetter. This book, the second in Brunstetter’s new Indiana Cousins series, is set to release in September 2009.

After surviving a van accident in which her boyfriend was killed, Katie Miller finds herself suffering from depression and anxiety attacks. What—or who—will deliver Katie from the bondage of her fears? Freeman Bontrager has been attracted to Katie for years. Now that she’s home, can he break through her emotional scars long enough to reach her heart? When a mysterious package brings Katie out of her despair, hope looms, until the “gift” must be returned to its rightful owner. Will Katie find the courage to really live—and love—again?

About the Author:

Wanda E. Brunstetter is nationally recognized as an expert on the Amish community, and her book sales have topped the four million mark. Last year, A Sister’s Hope, the final book in her Sisters of Holmes County series, topped the August and September 2008 Publishers Weekly Paperback Religion Bestsellers lists. Her book Allison’s Journey was listed on the Publishers Weekly Paperback Religion Bestsellers list in July 2008. Her books have also received other honors, including the 2006 Reader’s Choice Award and the CBD Book of the Week. Brunstetter enjoys an uncommon kinship with the Amish and loves to visit their communities throughout the country.

Brunstetter enjoys writing about the Amish because they live a peaceful, simple life—something she says we all need in this day and age. Using the knowledge she has gained from her Amish friends, Wanda has also produced several children’s titles in the Rachel Yoder—Always Trouble Somewhere series, two Amish cookbooks, and a devotional collection entitled The Simple Life. Wanda and her husband are members of the Fellowship of Christian Magicians. She is also a member of the North American Association of Ventriloquists, American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, and the Northwest Christian Writers Association.



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