From three bestselling authors of Amish fiction come three charming stories of new school years and new romance.
A Class for Laurel by Amy Clipston
Adventurous Laurel Weaver leaves Pennsylvania to answer a newspaper ad for a teaching position in Colorado. She stays with handsome Glen Troyer’s family, and they become close. However, she never intended to stay in Colorado, and his family doesn’t approve of her outgoing ways. Now she can’t bear to think of leaving Glen and her beloved students, but she’s beginning to feel like she’s out of options. Will Laurel and Glen push through the obstacles and fight for love?
A Lesson on Love by Kathleen Fuller
Priscilla Miller left her Amish community twelve years ago to pursue her dream of being a country singer, but she’s missed her faith and her family. Now, she’s moving in with her cousin, Hiram, in Birch Creek to be a schoolteacher. Micah Glick recently moved there as well to put the past behind him. As the community comes together to build a new schoolhouse, Priscilla and Micah are thrown together. They bond over their love of music, but soon it appears that Priscilla’s dreams of fame just might be coming true. She has to give up something, and Micah worries that it will be their faith . . . and his heart.
Wendy’s Twenty Reasons by Shelley Shepard Gray
Wendy Schwartz is used to people underestimating her, but she’s sure she can be a great teacher. Unfortunately, it’s a disaster not long after she starts, and soon her job is in jeopardy. To make matters more complicated, she worries that she’s falling for the son of the older couple she’s boarding with. Lewis Weaver knows he shouldn’t have a romantic relationship with a tenant, but he can’t help but be drawn to her. When a dangerous ice storm traps Wendy in the schoolroom with her students, uncomfortable truths will have to be faced by everyone in town that just might change the future for everyone.