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She’d told herself she’d never go back home. But that was before the accident—before life changed forever.

About Ruth

I grew up in Northern Michigan an introverted child who observed more than participated. I was the type of kid who if a sign read wet paint, I had to touch it to see if it was wet.

I spent many school hours daydreaming, mostly about horses. Coaxed by my teacher to submit a short story to the Young Authors Writing Contest, I wrote, A Dream to Remember, about a girl who daydreamed about wild horses. That contest opened my eyes to daydream with a purpose. After that, my endless imagination was limited only by how fast I could write, and sometimes I stayed up late at night writing by flashlight to finish a story.

Although the desire to write had been planted years ago, it lay dormant while I gained life experiences. I attended Ferris State University School of Pharmacy, in Big Rapids, Michigan where I met my husband, Dan, who was a native Floridian. We married, moved to a small town in Florida, and had three children. (Lexie, Danny, and Sarah).

Ruth's Books

Amish Mercies Series

Amish Wonders Series

Heaven on Earth Series

Novella's

Reader Reviews

As always this author didn't disappoint. Ruth Reid can tell a story that keeps your entertained. Makes you want to keep reading until the end . I think anyone who likes a good story that has a good story line will enjoy this one.​
Cathy
Ruth Reid writes very well, I've been a fan since her first book several years ago. There is always a surprise in every one of her books, this one is a Fox, now you'll have to read the book to find the story behind this animal. If you've never read any of her books, you'll find that you can't put them down until the last page. Give them a try.
Jettie
The story was written in a way that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Thought provoking with many twists and turns. I helded my breath waiting to see how the story would end. Sad one moment, overjoyed the next! A must read! The ending was prefect!
Becky