Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Twice Loved by Wanda Brunstetter ~ Book Review

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Title: Twice Loved
Publisher: Barbour Books
Publish Date: September 1, 2013

Book Description

Bev Winters’s new job is an answer to prayer and just in time for Christmas – until her boss’s kindness awakens an old longing. Will her pride allow love after loss? Also enjoy a collection of 1940s recipes and handcrafts along with stories and trivia about Christmas 1946. 

My Thoughts

My first thought is that this is not a typical Brunstetter book. To me a typical Brunstetter book is a book about the Amish and their lives. This book however has nothing to do with the Amish but instead is about an unfortunate situation that has it's way of turning around and becoming something rather wonderful.

I really enjoyed this book and I know that it is not supposed to be released until September of this year but for some reason I felt that I have read this book before. Everything about this book seemed familiar to me. Even with everything seeming familiar I have to say that I really enjoyed reading this book.

Bev and Dan both had suffered a great loss of loved ones and both had to overcome the grief that comes along with that. I can honestly say that I have never lost someone that close to me and I hope that I never have to but I am sure that day is inevitable. 

This was a fast read for me and a book that most people could read in one day. Even though it is set around Christmas time, it could definitely be a book for any season.

You can pre-order this on Amazon.com HERE!

You can find more books from Wanda Brunstetter HERE.

Images and excerpt are from WandaBrunstetter.com.
I was not paid for this review, I did however receive a copy of the book for my Kindle from NetGalley. The opinions of this book are mine and mine alone.


  1. I sometimes like books that have that familiar feel you're describing. Happy to read the review!

  2. sounds interesting! i love the amish ;)

  3. Do you find that fast reads fulfill your need for a good book?

  4. Thank you for sharing about all of these great books. I loved some of the Amish books. I would love to see some of those recipes.

  5. Not the usual type of book I read but very nice review!

  6. Looks good. Your review doesn't touch upon the plot too much so it left me very curious!

  7. I love reading, I'll have to add this to my to read list :).

  8. sometimes a fast enjoyable read it just what I need--I like the era it's set in =0)


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