In the 2nd installment of Adina Senft's Healing Grace Christian inspirational romance series, Keys of Heaven, we learned about Sarah Yoder and her Amish community in Pennsylvania. Sarah was a widow and a single mother of two sons, while she learned to become a herbalist healer by growing her own plants. She couldn't help but interfere in other's lives, like healping Linda Peachey conceive a child, when her in-laws try to play matchmaker with a family friend. In this romance, we learn about God's ways through Eric Parker, a young English teen who wanted to become a potter like Henry Byler, and how Priscilla cared for her family and worked in the inn with Ginny. Sarah learned to let God guide the others in his own way, too.
This was a beautiful inspirational romance about healing and letting God guide your way with faith. We also learned about herbalism by growing our own plants for our own medical needs. I cared about Sarah Yoder and her family. I didn't like Justin Parker, but I thought Eric was a bit okay. I also cared about Henry Byler and Priscilla Rose as well. I loved the rural Pennsylvania location with the farms and Amish community for the settings. This made you a bit of a believer on having faith with God's ways. Good romance, great drama with light non-stop action and plenty of intrigue and mystery.
Will you find your own keys of heaven today? Check it out now!
Weekend Cooking: 3 Great Kitchen Hacks
1 hour ago