A pure, heart-warming collection of four Amish romance stories. Whether our heroes are running from their past or suffering from decisive betrayals by those closest to them, each of them work hard to find family, love, and happiness.
In “Enriching Abandon”, billionaire Levi Hendricks finds a hidden packet letters and learns that he’d been told a lie his whole life. He travels to Amish country after the letters reveal a shocking secret about his late mother. Once there, Levi finds family and romance, but Levi has his own secrets, and his past crimes threaten to destroy his newfound happiness.
Amish woman Sadie Hershberger and her loved ones leave one community to begin another on new land in Ohio. Along the way, Sadie discovers Luke Ramsey – an injured cowboy who has found himself on the run from outlaws. Despite differences and dangers, love blossoms between them in the small town of Sugar Creek in “Under a Prairie Sky”.
“Amish Secret Love” tells the story of two kinds of heartache. Joshua returns from Rumspringa when his father suddenly passes, bound to the Amish community by duty. No matter what he does, he cannot forget the incredible woman he met outside. However, Miriam has long harbored feelings for him and keeps close to him upon his return. Jacob must move past the wild woman he had, or else Miriam will have to come to terms with the fact that his heart belongs to another.
“Carpenter Shunned” explores the intertwined lives of Amish villagers Sarah Miller, poor widow and mother to a young girl, and Jacob Beiler, a talented carpenter. After Jacob’s brother leaves, Jacob is shunned by the community and Sarah is left without anyone to care for her farm. Desperate to feed her daughter, Sarah allows shunned Jacob to help, but hopes are quickly dashed when the bishop’s nosy wife enforces Jacob’s shunning.
A collection of four Amish romance short stories (over 40k words of reading) ending HEA, following four different couples who struggle with their own choices or battle the choices of others.
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