Christmas Cookie Mystery
In the small town of Abbott Creek, mysteries are as much a part of daily life as Katie Chupp’s Christmas cookies.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. With a winter chill settling in and Christmas right around the corner, no one would expect a mystery, but a mystery does indeed appear…
Katie Chupp is spending her days catering to the holiday rush, but she soon finds herself in the midst of a secret project that attracts more attention than she wants.
And when one local family finds a very unexpected surprise at their door, this is one mystery that may never be solved… even by Katie.
Naomi Miller mixes up a batch of intrigue, sprinkled with Amish, Mennonite, & English characters, adding a pinch of mystery - and a dash of romance!
Naomi’s day is spent focusing on her writing, editing, and blogging about her experiences with writing. When she's not working diligently to finish the next book in her Sweet Shop Mystery series. Naomi tries to make time for attending workshops and writers conferences. Naomi is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) organization.
Naomi also enjoys traveling with her family, singing inspirational/gospel music, taking a daily walk, and witnessing to others of the amazing grace of Jesus Christ.
Book Review by Bree Herron
Christmas time is here! And it is always my favorite time of the season in reading! To read a themed Christmas book takes great care, I am always looking for the spirit of Christmas in the story, and to feel my heart grow with love. This book meets that and more in fact it is a reason to celebrate! Naomi Miller found a way to give the reader a gentle reminder of what the season really means. Love, Kindness and Faith.
When you want a heart warming tale that makes you want to go out and give, this is the book for you. Kate and Travis are back, and this season is going to be as heartwarming as it can be. 12 beautifully written chapters, containing tasty recipes for each, will make you a hungry reader! I can’t wait to try them out for my holiday season. Kate is still working in the sweet shop and as a reader I feel like she is hearing God’s calling with her baking. She is simply a marvelous character, giving the readers the warm feelings that all should feel during this season.
The Amish Sweet Shop Mysteries are never ending in a manner that makes the reader sad, if anything they give hope. And in this modern time, I hope that a book like this will be spread through out communities, and remind us all of the way we can handle scenarios. We should handle more with love, than hate. Compassion instead of anger. I am leaving the final page of this book a more hopeful and happy person, because of the sweet characters, their relationship with God, and their love. They truly reminded me of the reason for the season!
Comment below and Santa just might deliver an e-copy of the book to you on Christmas Eve!
**DISCLAIMER: I was provided an opportunity to read this book as an Advanced Reader Copy in return for a fair and honest review.