Liza’s Second Chance Review and Giveaway!

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I am so excited to have Molly Jebber here today to give us a little glimpse into her latest novel, Liza’s Second Chance, a book filled with charming characters, a sweet town, and hope that the world will give us a second chance. Make sure you enter the giveaway at the end of the post!

About the Book

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Title: Liza’s Second Chance

Author: Molly Jebber

Genre: Christian Amish Fiction

Release Date: January 30, 2018

The sweet welcome of straight-from-the-oven sugar cookies and hot cocoa. The warm invitation of apple pie and fresh cold milk. In 1912 Ohio, the Amish Charm Bakery is the heart of a close-knit, faith-nourished community, where people can find a refuge, a place to start again—and love that can make their lives new . . .

For Liza Schrock, the bakery her late husband bought was an unexpected haven from their unhappy arranged marriage. Now she’s perfectly content to cook up mouth-watering delights for her hometown, give to those alone or in trouble—and remain happily unwed. And though she’s willing to give handsome, newly-arrived widower Jacob Graber all the help he desperately needs, she is sure they can stay just friends . . .

But as Liza also tries to aid Jacob’s troubled teenage daughter, she starts caring far too much for his gentle ways and steadfast hopes. And when a wrenching secret she must keep comes between them, can Liza find the faith to risk opening her heart again—and reach for one more chance at real love?

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My Perspective

I would visit Charm, Ohio any day, set in 1912 or today. Molly Jebber paints a charming, picturesque community that I would love to be a part of. I can picture myself going to the bakery on a daily basis, sitting there eating the delicious cookies and pies, and talking to Liza, Hannah and Esther about pretty much anything. They are so warm, welcoming, and easy to talk to. It really makes you want to jump right into the book and befriend them.

There were many times I wanted to get involved in Liza’s life. I wanted to tell her that there is no shame in telling the truth about her late husband. That not all men are like that, and encourage her to open her heart for love again. Watching her growth throughout this book was exciting and fun. But what I enjoyed most about her, was her patience with Ellie. At the end of the day, she put Ellie’s needs before her own, sometimes without even realizing it. It’s too bad that Ellie didn’t realize this in the first quarter of the book. I mean, the romance between Liza and Jacob could have really taken off. But….what’s a great story without drama!

This is a community I want to visit over and over again. I cannot wait to see what happens in the next installment of this sweet and charming series! I received a complimentary copy of this book. I was not required to write a favorable review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

About the Author

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Molly Jebber’s books have been featured on Publisher’s Weekly’s Best Ten Recommended Reads, in USA Today’s HEA, Romantic Times and many other media sites. She’s tours and speaks about Amish history/traditions, writing, marketing, publishing, and about her books. She loves God, her family, friends. She enjoys swimming, golf, reading, and says yes to butterscotch pie and parasailing, but no to coconut and skydiving! Visit www.mollyjebber.com for a complete list of her books and speaking events.

 

Guest Post from Molly Jebber

Here’s a little about Liza’s story:

Hello Friends,

I loved writing about Liza. She has a lot to overcome in this book, but her faith in God, and compassion for others helps her to arrive at her decisions through difficult and happy times. I enjoyed visiting Charm, and it makes for a good setting for this story. The bakery is fun with all the sugary pies, pastries, and breads. The unique customers, and the place where friends are made, and where trouble happens. Most of all, I hope I’ve done a good job entertaining you as you read “Liza’s Second Chance”.

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Giveaway

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To celebrate her tour, Molly is giving away a $75 Amazon gift card!!

Click below to enter. Be sure to comment on this post before you enter to claim 9 extra entries! https://promosimple.com/ps/c6d1

22 thoughts on “Liza’s Second Chance Review and Giveaway!

  1. Thank you for your review on “Liza’s Second Chance” and for being part of the book tour!

    I love Molly Jebber books and would love the chance to read this one.

  2. congrats on the tour. thank you for your review. I look forward to reading this book and getting immersed in Ohio at this bakery with this independent, sweet and caring young lady

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