The Saddle Maker’s Son, by Kelly Irvin

Susan here, with another review of the latest book from Kelly Irvin. She’s, in my opinion, the best writer of Amish fiction that I have come across.


From her unusual plots, to her sensitive and realistic portrayals of the Amish life, Kelly Irvin hits many high notes with her plots, characters, and setting.

This time out, you might enjoy the intriguing sub-plot regarding two siblings from South America who are hiding out near the book’s Texas location/community. These lovable, brave children galvanize the tight-knit community to work through the ethics and realities of this little slice of immigration.

The romance is solid, and the writing smooth. I recommend this as another high-quality offering in the Amish fiction genre.

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