Fraying at the Edge
From Chapter 16:
“Abram stared at the low-burning fire in the hearth of the living room as he listened to Skylar explain her ideas of what they needed to change about the cafe.”
Welcome to today’s special edition of FLF. Today’s theme is Food/Thanksgiving, so I am sharing a line from Cindy Woodsmall’s novel Fraying at the Edge (book 2 in her The Amish of Summer Grove series). I chose this book to showcase today because food is a pretty important aspect in this story. Skylar, Abram, and their two sisters are doing everything they can to make their other sister’s cafe a success while she is away from the family. It is in chapter 16 that they discuss strategy and food…Skylar has a plan that she thinks will help make the cafe a popular place in the neighborhood. I really loved this moment in the book because it shows a family coming together to solve a problem, and their solution involves food and drink!
If you are unfamiliar with this book, check out my review here. The Amish of Summer Grove is a really excellent series that I highly recommend. If you are looking for something new to start on this fabulous Friday, you may want to check out this series.