Huckleberry Harvest

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Huckleberry Harvest By Jennifer Beckstrand Huckleberry Harvest Anna and Felty Helmuth s zest for matchmaking is unstoppable and with grown up grandchild number three on her way to their home in lovely Huckleberry Hill Wisconsin what better reason to put their t

  • Title: Huckleberry Harvest
  • Author: Jennifer Beckstrand
  • ISBN: 9781420136517
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • Huckleberry Harvest By Jennifer Beckstrand Anna and Felty Helmuth s zest for matchmaking is unstoppable and with grown up grandchild number three on her way to their home in lovely Huckleberry Hill, Wisconsin, what better reason to put their talents to work once When Mandy Helmuth hears that her best friend Kristina s heart has been broken, she decides to visit her grandparents and cheer her up Mandy neverAnna and Felty Helmuth s zest for matchmaking is unstoppable and with grown up grandchild number three on her way to their home in lovely Huckleberry Hill, Wisconsin, what better reason to put their talents to work once When Mandy Helmuth hears that her best friend Kristina s heart has been broken, she decides to visit her grandparents and cheer her up Mandy never liked Noah Mischler anyway, with his rough exterior and outspoken ways Unfortunately, she can t avoid him especially after he saves her life If he weren t helping Felty with home repairs, Noah would be than happy to stay away from uppity Mandy Helmuth Of course, then he wouldn t have been able to rescue her and she wouldn t have had the chance to discover the real Noah beneath the tough persona the one she falls in love with
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    1. Jeanie on said:

      The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill series continues to amaze me Huckleberry Harvest is the fifth book in this series by Jennifer Beckstrand, and each one is better than the last This one is funny, poignant, and refreshingly transparent the author has candidly written about a difficult subject with love and dignity Anna and Felty Helmuth have been married for than six decades, and retired not to beautiful acreage on top of Huckleberry Hill Anna s current goal is to see all of her adult grandchi [...]

    2. J.C. Morrows on said:

      I can not believe I m late reviewing THIS book Jennifer you should smack me.But seriously I thought I had already reviewed it It was only when I went looking for the review that I realized why it wasn t there.OOPS I know I literally say this about every book Jennifer puts out but I seriously think this is my favorite so far And Oh my word how do I write this review without giving anything awayI don t know how Jennifer does it I mean she comes up with these wonderful stories that are full of such [...]

    3. June Jacobs on said:

      MY REVIEW FIVE STARS The publisher granted me digital access to this book through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review I received no compensation for reading the book or for posting this review here or on any other site.I have previously read three of the books from this Amish fiction series called The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill I absolutely adore the delightful core characters in this series Anna and Felty Helmuth are octogenarian grandparents on a mission to find marriage matches f [...]

    4. Tina Watson on said:

      Anna and Felty Helmuth are at it again They re matchmaking their grown up granddaughter, Mandy, to a suitable husband.Mandy s first day in Bonduel, WI, she is taking care of business for her broken hearted best friend Kristina, by visiting the young man who broken Kristina s heart What Mandy does not know is that Noah Mischler will be at her grandparents Helmuth s house the next morning to switch cooking stoves along with group of young men, who are bachelors Noah Mischler is a young handy man i [...]

    5. Maureen Timerman on said:

      I received my copy of Huckleberry Harvest a little while ago, I didn t open it right away, it was like a piece of candy that you absolutely love, but savor and save for a few days I knew what I was going to find once I open the pages, and sure was not disappointed, just didn t want it to end.This is Granddaughter Mandy s story, and Annie and Felty are at it again, of course Annie has away with cooking, that would bring tears to the eyes of any cast iron stomach, but she is so delightful that peo [...]

    6. Dawn on said:

      Have you ever found an author who makes you want and of her books to read Jennifer is one author who pulls you directly into her story from the beginning to the end In Huckleberry Harvest we continue the matchmaking of Anna with a reluctant Felty The story main characters are Emma and Ben Ben broke off their engagement and move to Florida When the truth finally comes out Faith is what brings them together If you love stories that keep you reading then The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill is a s [...]

    7. Pat on said:

      Please see my review in the June Issue of RT Book Reviews Magazine.

    8. Audrey on said:

      Not a fair rating since I only read the first chapter or so I wasn t amused at the idea of having relatives trying to matchmake.

    9. Rhonda on said:

      It is almost impossible for readers not to fall in love with dear grandparents, Anna and Felty Helmuth She is the world s most horrible cook and avid knitter He must have lost all ability to taste as he is the only person alive to enjoy her cooking and he has the sweetest disposition Anna is once again up to her matchmaking with the grandchildren and this time, Mandy, is the target for Cupid s or Anna s arrow The poor unsuspecting fellows are lured to their home with promises of cookies and a kn [...]

    10. Nancee on said:

      The Huckleberry Hill matchmakers are at it again Anna and Felty Helmuth s granddaughter is visiting for a month, and Anna is determined to find Mandy a husband during that time Jennifer Beckstrand adds hilarity to a serious plot Some serious issues arise in this author s latest novel, but I laughed aloud several times as unique humor is interwoven with a complex series of events The characters throughout Huckleberry Harvest are colorful and varied, the Amish countryside lush and alive Noah plays [...]

    11. D.J. on said:

      WOW Just when I think I can guess what Anna s going to do next I get a BIG surprise Of course, we know how she enjoys matchmaking and so far she s been very successful This time I think it s possible she was trying a bit too hard she certainly was surprised when one of the boys she tried to match her granddaughter with wasn t Amish This time Felty steps in and tries his hand at matchmaking As usual, Anna does her thing, pulling him along for the ride But this time something s different I d love [...]

    12. Dianne on said:

      I have never been a believer in a faith or a higher being However, the I read of this gentle genre and most especially of this particular author, the I wonder Ms Beckstrand does not hit you over the head with a sledgehammer to get her religious points across, she uses humor, compassion and common sense to make her points AND tell her story.Also another thing I love about these books and especially this one, is that she takes a very important and timely story line and sort of mixes it with a do [...]

    13. Cheryl Baranski on said:

      Huckleberry Harvest Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill series by Jennifer Beckstrand Jennifer Beckstrand has done it yet again She has written another delightful story with Anna Felty Hop aboard this roll a coaster of a book and enjoy this story This story has so much in it Love, laughter, heartache, pain, hope, faith and devotion The unexpected things that happen in this story will leave you wanting for and Anna is always trying to match make with one of her grandchildren She wants to see them j [...]

    14. Karen on said:

      I got so aggravated at the best friend s activities and absolute childish behavior, it was hard to finish the book Overall the story was pretty good and I love the Feltys but I will be relieved when this series staggers to an end.

    15. Gail on said:

      I really enjoyed this book but was very tense regarding what happened between Mandy and Noah I din t think they would ever get their relationship healed and get together I was so impressed how Jennifer Beckstrand, the author, brought about the lesson of humility and how important that is in our life and that we don t have to carry burdens by ourselves We also learned how important it is to not jump to conclusions, give people a chance to explain and listen to the other side of the story We can s [...]

    16. Deann Doolittle on said:

      Enjoyed this book Loved how humorous it was Looking forward to reading .

    17. Marilyn on said:

      Wow Huckleberry Harvest is another 5 stars book by Jennifer Beckstrand Anna and Felty Helmuth s granddaughter, Mandy Helmuth, is in Bouduel, WI to cheer up her friend, Kristina Mandy believed Kristina about Noah Mischler breaking up with her until gradually the truth is revealed through some very childish antics by Kristina and other friends toward Noah Anna is determined than ever to see that Mandy is married before she goes back to her family in Ohio Anna takes Felty along as she goes into to [...]

    18. Kristina on said:

      Huckleberry Harvest by Jennifer Beckstrand is such a charming book Anna and Felty Helmuth are matchmaking again This time they want to find someone to marry their granddaughter, Mandy Helmuth Mandy is visiting from Charm, Ohio for four weeks five if Anna has her way Anna plans to introduce Mandy to every eligible male within 50 miles at least Noah Mischler is the man who can fix machines He does a lot of different odd jobs around the area Felty has Noah fixing their roof Mandy meets Noah on her [...]

    19. Sunnie on said:

      Anna and Felty Helmuth are grandparents who love their grandchildren They would do anything to make sure that their grandchildren are all happily married to the perfect person This book is part 5 of the Huckleberry Hill series which takes place in Bonduel, WI This is an Amish village that I have visited myself which makes the book special for me This book will be available in May 2015.Mandy comes to visit Anna and Felty as well as her best friend, Kristina from her home in Charm, Ohio No sooner [...]

    20. Wendy on said:

      BACK OF THE BOOK BLURBWhen Mandy Helmuth hears that her best friend Kristina s heart has been broken, she decides to visit her grandparents and cheer her up Mandy never liked Noah Mischler anyway, with his rough exterior and outspoken ways Unfortunately, she can t avoid him especially after he saves her lifeIf he weren t helping Felty with home repairs, Noah would be than happy to stay away from uppity Mandy Helmuth Of course, then he wouldn t have been able to rescue her and she wouldn t have [...]

    21. Pam Burke on said:

      As I ve said in previous reviews you can count on a Jennifer Beckstrand Huckleberry anything book being an great read.Huckleberry Harvest is the best yet of Anna and Felty Helmuth s adventures in matchmaking for their unsuspecting grandchildren Anna s cooking, knitting, and scheming, along with Felty s subtle cunning provide the setting for a touching story that mixes deep feelings with a healthy dose of humor Jennifer has taken a common premise through five books, but has kept the story fresh e [...]

    22. Lynda on said:

      I absolutely LOVE this series An Amish grandmother who knits like crazy in bright colors yet but even her bishop doesn t deny her the pleasure of her many colors She also delights in find the perfect spouse for her grandchildren I have to warn you that Mammi is a bad cook And a delight I tend to chuckle and laugh out loud while reading about her Tomorrow morning we re having Eggs Benedict I ve never made it before, but the picture in my recipe book looks delicious I just have o figure out what a [...]

    23. Tina at Mommynificent on said:

      Huckleberry Harvest was a particularly funny installment in the series because Anna has gotten a little too sure of her giftedness in the matchmaking department, so much so that she begins matching her granddaughter Mandy without exactly having a match in mind for her She completely ignores wise Felty s suggestion and proceeds to bring every eligible young man to Huckleberry Hill to meet Mandy while completely ignoring Noah, the young man Felty keeps hiring to do odd jobs around the house While [...]

    24. Angela on said:

      This is book 5 in a series, but no need to read the books in order, nor start at the beginning Grandparents Anna and Felty join forces yet again to make a love match between a beloved young relative and a Bonduel citizen The story depicts young love at its sweetest, and mature love at its best Beckstrand writes with humor, tenderness, and honesty I love the characters and dialogue, and always, always the adventuresome comedy I highly recommend the Huckleberry series for young and old alike, espe [...]

    25. Madonna Dolin on said:

      This was my first intro into the world of Anna and Felty Helmuth I like reading Amish type books I doubt I could live that simply but its nice to read about At the very beginning it was a bit confusing because it seemed to jump from one scene to another without an intro but I figured it out and then was able to follow right along There are a couple of heavy topics in the story line such as alcoholism but mostly its just a fun romance to make you laugh especially when you think about having to ea [...]

    26. Judy on said:

      No doubt in my mind, this book gets 5 stars from me I have really enjoyed this series, The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill I can always count on Felty and Anna Helmuth making me laugh out loud I must say though, I was starting to feel sorry for Granddaughter Mandy after all the possible Amish suitors Anna had lined up for her This story has a serious note to it too When we try to solve our own problems and not let God or other believer s in to help us along the way, it makes for an unhappy life [...]

    27. Barb Klein on said:

      Huckleberry Harvest is the fifth book in the Huckleberry Hill Series by Jennifer Beckstrand I have read all but Huckleberry Christmas and enjoyed each one The books revolve around Felty and Anna Annabanana to Felty Helmuth s on going mission to find spouses for their many grandchildren This time its Mandy Helmuth s turn to be subjected to their amusing plans I loved this book It is my favorite in the series so far I am looking forward to the continuing saga of Anna and Felty and their non stoppa [...]

    28. Barbara Thompson on said:

      Author Jennifer Beckstrand s series The Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill keeps getting better I become so involved in the book that I feel the emotions of the characters The author is excellent in writing the romance, drama and humor, but there will always be a deep and true message in the storyline that will touch your heart So far, this is my favorite book Huckleberry Harvest is Book Five in this series and I highly recommend reading it I love this series.I received a complimentary copy from th [...]

    29. Anne on said:

      I haven t read any of the Huckleberry Hill books before and I have to say this book was a great stand alone book I never felt lost on any of the characters.This is the 5th book in the series and Mandy comes to visit her grandparents and her grandma decides to play matchmaker while Mandy is visiting Will her grandma find Mandy a suitable man before its time for her to leave or will she go back home without finding love I loved this book and I will have to read all the other books Jennifer Beckstr [...]

    30. Bethany on said:

      This was what I thought was going to be a very typical sweet amish romance IT had some real depth to it, although not all in a way that I appreciated I liked the stories of Noah trying to come to grips with his life and Mandy trying to help sometimes not so positively accepted I think she should have talked to her grandmother about the courting of boys some were ridiculous Interesting information about cellphones and the Amish would love to know if teenagers are really allowed to use them prior [...]

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