I've been reading Love Inspired Christian romances for years and love them. They are short stories that have clean romance you'll never have to worry about your children picking them up and finding inappropriate content.
This is the second book I've read by this author and the story was every bit
as terrific as the first.
The setting is a small town dairy farming Amish community in Iowa.
May Bender had her heart broken when the one she loved passed her over for her sister marrying her instead leaving May devastated and her husband a widow after her death at the birth of her baby.
Times are tough in this dairy community the smaller dairy farms jut can't compete with the profits the larger farms are putting out and the
organic milk supply.
Taking care of her niece brings her joy but it's the only thing keeping
her in her hometown.
When the bishop insists she marry her brother in law, the one who jilted her for her sister she's not sure she wants to do this.
How will May feel when her widowed brother-in-law, Thad Hochstedler explains the reason he married her sister?
I really enjoyed this book and look forward to what the author puts out next.
Published December 17th 2019 by Love Inspired.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Thank you.
All opinions expressed are my own
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Will a baby girl bring them together at last?
She’ll do anything for her niece…Even marry the man who broke her heart.
Nothing can keep May Bender in her Amish hometown—except caring for her baby niece. But the bishop insists that May also marry her widowed brother-in-law, Thad Hochstedler—the beau who jilted her to wed her sister. Can May risk her heart long enough to learn the real reason for Thad’s first marriage…and possibly rediscover their love?
About The Author
Contemporary, Romance, Historical Fiction
MARIE E. BAST is the Publishers Weekly Bestselling Author of The Amish Baker and The Amish Marriage Bargain, and the first place 2015 contemporary winner of the Ignite the Flame Contest for The Perfect Client. Her stories whisper words of hope, healing, and forgiveness through complex characters and twisting plots. She has published short stories and poetry in book compilations: Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Very Good, Very Bad Dog; Writing So Heaven Will Be Different; and On Golden Wings of Time. She has devotionals published in The Cup Of Salvation: 8 ounces of Jesus, a Lenten Devotional.
She holds a B.A., an M.B.A., and an M.A. in General Theology. When she's not writing, she's walking, golfing or gardening. She loves to bake and enjoys her homemade rolls and bread way too much.
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