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Amish Brides Kindle Edition
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THE RELUCTANT GROOM
Spirited Suvie Newswenger has three marriage proposals—but not from the man she truly loves. No matter how lonely widower Aaron Beachy is, he seems determined to stay that way forever. Now, with help from his matchmaking great-grandparents, Suvie will do whatever it takes to rekindle Aaron’s hope—and spark happiness for a lifetime.
Madeline Lehman fears her fiancé’s family will never accept her because of her rebellious sister. She’s postponed her wedding to Joshua Stutzman until they see the truth. But when Maddie adopts her sister’s abandoned baby, can she and Joshua find a way to unite their families through forgiveness as well as love?
A SUMMER WEDDING IN PARADISE
Amy LillardReba Schmucker longs to be a bride. And she knows her mischievous nieces just wanted to help when they “chose” Abel Weaver for her. But he’s the last man in the world she’d ever marry. There’s no way her independence and his stubbornness could ever get along—unless a sudden crisis somehow leads to understanding . . . and love.
About the Author
Molly Jebber enjoys writing stories about Amish history and their culture. She’s a Women’s Christian Connection motivational speaker and enjoys meeting new people. She loves God, her family and friends, sunshine, swimming, and traveling to the Amish communities. Creating historical Amish characters and throwing them into difficult situations and joyous times has been challenging and fun for her. Readers can visit her website at www.mollyjebber.com.
Amy Lillard is an award-winning writer who loves reading romance novels from contemporary to Amish. These two genres met in her first book, 2012’s Saving Gideon. Born and bred in Mississippi, she now lives with her husband and son in Oklahoma.Visit her at amywritesromance.com. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- ASIN : B07D6B4K8R
- Publisher : Zebra Books; Reissue edition (May 29, 2018)
- Publication date : May 29, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 4209 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 334 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #529,964 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #667 in Christian Fiction Collections & Anthologies (Books)
- #748 in Christian Short Stories
- #1,486 in Amish Romance (Kindle Store)
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I wanted to like this book. I truly did. In fact, in the first few pages, there are some quirky jokes made that made me laugh. It gave me high hopes but unfortunately, the stories fell flat for me.
Let me explain, I feel that in a novella collection, the stories should complement one another. They need to feel as if they belong together. Bound together forever in printed word. This book just didn't deliver that for me. The first story, while quirky, felt more appropriate for contemporary fiction.
With the second story, we suddenly time warp to the 1800's. Again, the story felt slightly out-of-place with the addition of an Amish girl turned saloon girl. Now, I'm not saying that didn't happen back then. Maybe it did. It just didn't feel organic to the story. Neither did the casual mention of threatened miscarriage and bleeding. That stuff is barely talked about now. Miscarriage is still fairly taboo. I had a hard time accepting that an unmarried couple would be discussing their mutual friend's trouble with bleeding during pregnancy. I just wasn't sold on it. I had a hard time accepting that two men (Amish, at that) had these discussions. That was women talk, if at all.
Amy Lillard's addition to the book was the saving grace for this collection. Though the romance felt rushed, that's the norm for a novella. I enjoyed the quirk of the characters. Especially the meddling nieces. They were totally adorbs. Yes, I just said adorbs in a review. Deal with it.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided by Celebrate Lit. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. All opinions are my own.