After losing her fianc in a tragic accident, Veronica Fisher finds solace in the old recipes stored in her mothers hope chestand in a special visitor who comes to her bake stand to purchase her old-fashioned raspberry pies.Veronica Fisher knows how lucky she is to be marrying her best friend. Seth Lapp is kind, hardworking, and handsomebut most importantly, he loves Veronica.When an accident on the job steals Seth away from her, a heartbroken Veronica is certain she will never loveor be lovedagain. Yet when she discovers a batch of forgotten recipes and opens a bake stand to sell her Mammis raspberry pies, Veronica picks up a regular customer who gives her heart pause.Jason Huyard was with Seth when he lost his lifea memory that haunts him still. So when he seeks out the grieving fiance to convey his condolences, the last thing he expectsor wantsis to fall in love. Nonetheless, Jason soon finds himself visiting Veronicas bake stand every week . . . and its for more than the raspberry pies.Now, as Veronicas heart thaws, Jason cant bring himself to tell her he was there when Seth died. Can he ever reveal where he was on the day her life derailed? Or will his secret rob them of the second chance at love they both want?...
|Title||:||The Forgotten Recipe (Amish Heirloom #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||300 pages|
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The Forgotten Recipe (Amish Heirloom #1) Reviews
"The Forgotten Recipe" is a story about a young Amish woman who finds purpose in the midst of her grief when she comes across her grossmammi's lost recipe for raspberry pie. Veronica's fiance, Seth, had recently died in a workplace accident, and she is finding it hard to go on with life. Seth's good friend and workmate, Jason, is in the same boat, until he sees Seth's suddenly single fiancee. Though they have never met while Seth was alive, their paths keep crossing from the funeral until their ...more
I have been enjoying Amy Clipston's stories for many years and THE FORGOTTEN RECIPE is exactly why. The twists and turns in Veronica and Jason's lives pop up when you least expect them. Amy pulls you right in and makes you feel as if you are right there experiencing all the heart wrenching feelings that her characters are. When I hear that Amy Clipston has a new book coming out, I run to it. She is quickly becoming one of my favorite Amish authors and I devour her stories very quickly. I love ho ...more
As a fan of all books by Amy Clipston I was sure I would enjoy The Forgotten Recipe, book one in the Amish Heirloom series. However, I wasn't prepared for how much I would LOVE this book. Once I started reading this book I couldn't put it down.
I was immediately connected to the characters and their story. It was so easy to sympathize with Veronica and Jason and to feel their grief over the loss of their fiance and friend. The characters were complex and vulnerable which made them realistic. B ...more
I really enjoyed this one! A great start to the series!
BACK OF THE BOOK BLURB
Veronica Fisher knows how lucky she is to be marrying her best friend. Seth Lapp is kind, hardworking, and handsome--but most importantly, he loves Veronica.
When an accident on the job steals Seth away from her, a heartbroken Veronica is certain she will never love--or be loved--again. Yet when she discovers a batch of forgotten recipes and opens a bake stand to sell her Mammi's raspberry pies, Veronica picks up a regular customer who gives her heart pause.
Jason Huyard was ...more
I could not get enough of this book! I didn't want to put it down. I cried with Veronica. I cried for Jason. I wanted the recipe so much.
The forgotten recipe is about a newly found old recipe that Veronica’s grandmother used to make. This recipe turns out to be a great hit with everyone, and is the catalyst to bringing the main two characters together.
Jason Huyard’s mother hears about this wonderful pie and wants her sons to get her some from a sweet Amish girl Veronica Fisher, and thus the story of a new relationship begins. Not an easy path, this is one that has a shared grief of loosing a future husband and a best friend. Both ...more
How many of us have put away an item, but to find it years later, and have it bring on a set of memories?
I can't say I can in my own personal life.
How many times are we given second chances?
Well, I can say some of us give more than second chances to some people in our lives, depending on the circumstances.
Yes, the Amish are different than us, Englishers. But the Amish are more rooted in their strong faith, along with keeping their families close - if the economy allows, and leaning on their c ...more