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This book was great! I was captivated by the characters from the start and couldn’t believe it when I got to the end! Very well written, page turning novel with several characters and storylines. ~Jessica, Goodreads Reviewer
Previously published under the same title ten years ago, but since revised. This book is the first in a three-book series and does not wrap up all the story threads in the first book. While some threads are completed, some continue on into the second book. The series is a continuation, and comes to its completion on all story threads at the end of book three.
Rory O’Leary, orphaned then raised by wealthy relatives, is summoned home for a family wedding. While there, he has a chance meeting with Shannon Cahill, a young peasant woman. Although their stations in life couldn’t be more different, they are immediately drawn to each other. After a brief meeting in a rose garden they can neither forget, they go their separate ways.
When Rory’s uncle passes away, his cousin William, who inherits the estate, cuts off all funds to Rory and his brother and has them removed from the only home they know. Rory feels his best option is to leave Ireland.
Meanwhile, Shannon and her family have fallen on hard times due to a potato famine. Her ailing parents scrape together funds and insist that Shannon and her sister immigrate to America. Shannon fears she’ll never again see the man who stole her heart in the rose garden.
As both Rory and Shannon set about to start new lives away from their beloved Ireland, God intervenes and weaves together a cord that can never be broken.
This promising series debut from Fuller (“Middlefield Family” series) is edgier than most Amish novels, dealing with difficult and dark issues and featuring well-drawn characters who are tougher than the usual gentle souls found in this genre. Recommended for Amish fiction fans who might like a different flavor. ~ Library Journal Review
She never wanted to marry. He hopes to make amends for past wrongs. Can love find a way to heal both of their hearts?
Sadie Schrock swore she would never marry. All of her other Amish friends could court and marry—she was content to manage the family business and eventually take it over when her parents are ready to retire. But all of that changes when a reckless driver kills both of her parents and seriously injures her younger sister. With mounting hospital bills adding to the pile of debt her parents left behind, Sadie is left with no choice: she must marry. And not just any man—the man who saw her at her weakest and walked away.
Aden knows what his brother did to Sadie years ago was inexcusable. And every day since that incident, Aden has lived with the guilt for not intervening sooner. When he is faced with the chance to protect Sadie once again, he can’t let her down—even if it means living with the scorn of the woman he loves for the rest of his life.
Working alongside Aden at the store, Sadie realizes he isn’t the same boy who once betrayed her. Just when Sadie starts to let her guard down and perhaps develop feelings for her new husband, dangerous secrets are revealed. Now everything Sadie has worked so hard to protect is threatened, and she must find a way to save her family—and herself.
Journey along with American settlers who learn that despite where the trail takes them or how primitive their lodgings may be Christmas is all about the heart. Determined to honor Christ’s birth, these pioneers find a way to make Christmas happen in places like a cave, a tipi, and a dugout. Modern readers will enjoy a peek into life before commercialism took over the sacred day, distracting us from the true blessings of faith, hope, and love. Enjoy nine original novellas of Christmas romance as penned from many of today’s leading Christian authors, including Lauraine Snelling, Kathleen Fuller, and Vickie McDonough.
Releasing in 2016 (and available for pre-order now!)
After an accident takes the lives of her parents and leaves Joanna Schrock injured, she must overcome her grief in order to open her heart to healing, forgiveness, and love.
Joanna Schrock returns home after a long stint in a physical rehabilitation center, but everything is different. Her parents have died, her sister is married, and she is having to learn to walk again with the help of her crutches. The one thing that hasn’t changed is Andrew Beiler. He is still trying to court her, to win her heart, despite the fact that she does not deserve his attention. After all, she should have been the one to die in that accident, not her parents. Andrew knows Joanna is worth fighting for, if only she could see it for herself. The woman he fell in love with—the one who also fell in love with him—is still in there, he’s sure about it. And if he has to meet her down in her dark valley to help her find her way out, he will do so gladly. When the police finally catch and arrest the man responsible for the accident, Joanna must face not only the man who caused the greatest tragedy in her life, but also her own inner demons. If she can find it in herself to forgive the man behind the wheel, can she finally find forgiveness for herself for surviving? And open her heart to the love she’s been denying herself?
Spend a peaceful day among the Amish in their quaint town shops.
Love Birds by Amy Clipston
Seth always thought of Ellie as his friend’s little sister. But now he sees her as much more.
While Ellie Lapp and her mother are still mourning the loss of her brother, Seth, Ellie starts working at one of the gift shops in town to help with finances. Lloyd Blank was one of Seth’s friends. His hobby is carving wooden birds, but his father disapproves and expects him to take over the family farm someday. Ellie sees the beauty in Lloyd’s creations and insists Lloyd sell the creations in the gift shop where she works. As Ellie and Lloyd spend more time together, they begin to develop feelings for one another, but she accidentally betrays his trust. Will she lose any hope of a future with him?
A Bid for Love by Kathleen Fuller
Hannah Lynne’s heart is on the market. She just hopes Ezra’s is the highest bid.
Every week, Hannah Lynne brings her home-churned butter to the local market. And every week Ezra stops by to purchase some. Hannah Lynne knows not to read too much into it—Ezra is a confirmed bachelor and barely even glances her way, despite any hope to the contrary. But when Ezra bids an exorbitant amount to win the quilt she had her heart set on, Hannah Lynne can’t stop her heart from taking over her mind. Could Ezra finally be in the market for love?
Sweeter Than Honey by Kelly Irvin
More can be found at the Amish combination store than honey and baked breads.
Shattering a jar of pickled beets wasn’t the impression Isabella hoped to make on her first trip to the local Combination Store of Bee County, Texas. But as embarrassed as she was by the accident, she didn’t think it warranted the frosty reaction from the handsome but standoffish manager of the store, Will Glick. As she soon learns, though, Will’s heart has been broken one too many times. And now, for some reason, Isabella finds herself determined to be the one to repair that broken heart and renew his faith in love.
Love in Store by Vannetta Chapman
It’s never too late for love, but danger could spoil the heart’s plans.
Stella Schrock, 50, has never married. She works at the Old Mill in Nappanee, Indiana, leading tours of guests through the property and also working in the bakery. David Yutzy, 52, is a recent widower, and a new employee at the Mill. When strange happenings begin occurring around the town, it appears as if someone wants to close the Mill. But who? And why? Stella and David decide to work together to solve the mystery of what is happening at the Old Amish Mill, and in the process they find that God has more in store for their future than they would ever have dreamed possible.