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With over a million copies sold, Kathleen Fuller is the author of several bestselling novels, including the Hearts of Middlefield novels, the Middlefield Family novels, the Amish of Birch Creek series, the Amish Letters series, the Brides of Birch Creek series, the upcoming Mail Order Brides of Birch Creek, as well as a middle-grade Amish series, the Mysteries of Middlefield. She has also contributed to numerous novella collections.
She and her husband James live in Arkansas and have three adult children. When she’s not writing, Kathleen is avidly crocheting, reading, and traveling, sometimes all at the same time. She runs the Facebook group Books & Hooks, which combines her love of books, crochet, and collecting recipes that she’ll never have enough time to make.
They were both twins. And experience the same type of feelings.
They are both identical twins and both are mature and responsible.
Twins. Mature and responsible.
They are both twins!
Besides being twins, they feel the burden of caring for their perceived “less responsible” twin.
I want to add on- they make a good match because they can relate to each other how they have to be the responsible twin.
Right! Even though Zeb was “younger” he definitely took on the “older” brother role.
That they are both twins
They are both twins of course but they also both feel a need to “parent” their sibling and worry about them.
They are both twins who feel responsible for keeping their twin on the straight and narrow.
Both being twins I think help them know how the other felt with the connection tat comes with twins, and feeling the need to look out for their other. I think it could help them as a couple because they would better understand what each other is feeling where as someone else may not.
That’s a great point, Melissa. 🙂
Besides having the fact that they are both twins in common, they are like-minded and have similar personality types. They both are quieter and more introverted than their twins and think more deeply about things and are not impulsive in their decisions or actions. They are both more responsible with finances and money. In addition, they both are made to feel responsible for looking after their more “unstable” twin to make sure they don’t get into any trouble. Amanda was taught/modeled her whole life to do so and is even now as she leaves town asked by Mom to look after Darla and bring her back home soon. Zeb has more intrinsic motivation to look after Zeke, I feel, since they’ve done without parents.
Those were all the qualities I tried to show as I wrote the characters.
Because they are both twins, and both are in a way their brother’s keeper, they can understand and empathize with the other. But a shared faith is the most important thing to have in common.
They are both thinkers, planners and responsible choice makers. They make a good thing because they both will work fine together instead of maybe getting on one another nerves maybe. They take into consideration everyone and everything.
They are both twins and they want to make sure they look out for each other!
They were both twins. a shared faith.
Being twins they know how the other and their twin feel about each other.
Being A twin myself I know that they share something special that others would not understand.
I’m not a twin, but I’ve heard that they have a bond like no other.
Have not read the book yet, but their twins and they have a special bond in a mix up way.
Both are looking out for twin-sibling.