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    Huckleberry Christmas


    "Oh my, oh my! Jennifer Beckstrand is now on the top of my favorite Amish authors list. Five stars is not enough. I give it ten stars. I must warn you, you will NOT put it down until the last page." - Themarybookreader.blogspot.com

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4 1/2 Stars from Romantic Times Book Reviews: “Beckstrand has written a sweet romance with a lot of heart that offers a new, refreshing take on the overused matchmaking trope. The storyline is feasible, the characters are well written, with both their strengths and weaknesses on display. Readers will treasure this series and put the first outing on their keeper shelf.”~ RTBookReviews.com

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Romantic Times “Top Pick”: “The next installment of the Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill series will hook readers with its love story, its sticky situations and a grandmother who only wants happiness for her grandchildren. Beckstrand brings new life to the age-old occupation of matchmaking.”~ RTBookReviews.com 4.5 Stars

Publishers Weekly: “Beckstrand’s solid second novel set in the small Wisconsin town of Huckleberry Hill is a strong example of the Amish romance genre…Beckstrand’s straightforward story is full of kind, sincere characters struggling with the best ways to stay true to themselves and their beliefs.”~ Publishers Weekly

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    on August 26, 2014

    All the authors I know have a very distinct picture in their minds of what their characters look like before their books are ever written. I usually search the internet for faces that I want to represent my characters. I asked my Amish writer friends who would play the lead characters in their latest books. You will see that we've really done some serious thinking about this. I also asked Read More→

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