I have finished the first book in the Amish Heirloom series called The Forgotten Recipe by Amy Clipston.
Veronica Fisher is grieving the loss of her fiance Seth who died in an accident at the shop where he worked. She finds a recipe made by her grandmother in an old chest in the attic; baking gives her something to occupy her mind. She begins selling her pies at a bake stand.
Jason Huyard was a friend of Seth's and was with him when he lost his life. Jason wants to offer his sympathy to Veronica; however, when he meets her he is left fumbling for words. He continues to visit her bake stand each week for her delicious raspberry pies. He can't seem to workup the courage to admit to Veronica that he knew Seth and blames himself for his death.
The two begin spending more time together. Will Jason ever be able to admit the truth to Veronica? Will she accept him if he admits his secret?
I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to the next one in this series. Veronica received a lot of help from her sisters and parents. Jason was a likable character who clearly cared greatly for Veronica. I wanted to give him a push to just tell her the truth!
This book was somewhat predictable with a twist at the end. Check it out and find more information and other books at Amy Clipston's website.
This book was sent to me as part of the Bakery Bunch. Thank you.