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"This book has emotional romance with suspense that keeps readers riveted. It has more story layers than an Amish quilt pattern has pieces. I endorse this book wholeheartedly for Amish genre fans."
--Alan Daugherty, columnist, Angelkeep Journals
"One of the best books I've read this year! This well written book drew me in from the very beginning and the characters tugged on my heartstrings from the first chapter. Kelly Irvin's voice and style are pleasant to read. She keeps her reader's interest and gives a happy ever after ending that's sure to bring a smile. The book definitely falls in the 'could not put it down' category."
--Jamie Adams, inallthywaysacknowledgehim.blogspot.com
"This Amish story has twists and turns to keep you turning the pages. It's a good read with strong, memorable characters."
--Jo Huddleston, johuddleston.com
"A Heart Made New was just as great as the first book, To Love and to Cherish. Ms. Irvin started the book with a major incident and the twists and turns continued right through--in fact, so much so that I was completely disappointed when the book was over. There were so many incidents that took me by surprise--from budding romances to suspenseful events. It is definitely an Amish love story with intrigue."
--Cheri Swalwell, journeysfromtheheartofawifeandmother.wordpress.com
"You don't have to be a fan of Amish fiction to enjoy Kelly Irvin's A Heart Made New. She has written a remarkable novel touching on issues faced by people of all faiths and cultures. I'm looking forward to many more of Kelly's stories!
--Susan Simpson, author of Ginger and the Bully
"What a special way Kelly Irvin has with weaving reality into her books. The details in the book give great depth and meaning that is sorely lacking in some Inspirational fiction. A Heart Made New made me cry, laugh, smile, and think. I am not usually a fan of Amish fiction, but Kelly Irvin has won me over!
"This heart-touching story will make readers think about their own lives and choices. The characters seem so authentic you can't help but care for them."