Amish Series Three - Living Plain
This Series is only available through Harlequin in Paper
Even with the support of her community and family, life presents many trials to the newly widowed Amish woman, Anna Miller. Left with four young children, Anna must deal with disciplining her young rambunctious sons as well as her personal grief.
Her maiden sister, Beth, has little tolerance for her young nephews who complicate her time teaching at a one-room schoolhouse in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Beth’s family is concerned about her lack of interest in the eligible men in their area and encourage her to seek a relationship with a young Amish carpenter who recently relocates from nearby Ohio.
Can Anna ever love again? Or would it be enough to marry for the sake of the children?
Harlequin Publishing has the paper book rights. Sample of their cover:
While visiting a close friend who relocated from Pennsylvania to Ohio, Anna Miller meets a young attractive widower. It appears to be a providential meeting, since Anna had been praying for the young man and his three remaining children after reading of their tragic buggy accident months before.
Abe Stoltzfus desires a wife for the sake of his children. His three-year-old daughter refuses to leave her aunt, who has been caring for the child since the death of her mother. Abe believes Anna is just the woman to win his young family over and unite them once again.
But Anna’s rambunctious sons are not all enthusiastic about having a new father and Abe’s eldest son is reluctant to call a new woman, Mamm. Other obstacles arise as they try to unite the seven children.
Where will they settle? Will Anna and Abe overcome the objections from the children and other family members and attempt to marry?
Anna’s sister, Beth, has managed to destroy her own relationship with an Amish man she had come to care for. Will she find someone new, or can she repair the damage done?
Anna's decision has been made, for good or bad. There are many adjustments and an event which transpires, causes fear and potential tragedy. How will Abe handle his new role?
Beth becomes entangled in a new relationship that could end in marriage. Does she love the man enough to trust her entire future to him, or does she still have strong feelings for a man from her past?
Josiah Yoder, an eligible bachelor with his own business, attracts the attention of young maidens and their mothers in the Amish community. A pretty young woman helps out at the shop and Josiah realizes she’s more than interested in the job. Problems arise as she makes her interest known.
Will Beth settle for the single life or will she find the love she’s searched for?