Category Archives: Amish Fiction

Mattie’s Pledge (Jan Drexler) – Review

  Publisher’s Description: Mattie Schrock is no stranger to uprooting her life. Even as her father relocated her family from one Amish community to the next, she always managed to find a footing in their new homes. Now as the … Continue reading

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November Releases in Christian Fiction

Last week was such a bumper reading month I’m only just now getting around to posting about November’s new releases!  And as I post, there are already a bunch of fabulous new releases out there to grab.  I’ve already reviewed … Continue reading

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Mount Hope (Sarah Price) – Review

  Publisher’s Description: When her father can no longer provide for his large family, Fanny Price is sent away from her small Amish community in Colorado to live with her aunt’s family in Mount Hope, Ohio. Fanny immediately feels out … Continue reading

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Sarah’s Orphans (Vannetta Chapman) – Review

  Publisher’s Description: Sarah Yoder belongs to a Plain community in Oklahoma, but her days are far from simple. Life suddenly gets complicated when a series of tragic events unfold, leaving her in charge of the household. Alone with her … Continue reading

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Coming in October 2016!

Well, what a line up we have for October 2016!  I don’t know about you, but I feel like I’m drowning in my TBR pile at the moment.  What a way to go, huh?! I don’t even know where to … Continue reading

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The Alliance (Jolina Petersheim) – Review

Publisher’s Description When Leora Ebersole sees the small plane crash in her Old Order Mennonite community, she has no idea it’s a foreshadowing of things to come. Soon after the young pilot, Moses Hughes, regains consciousness, they realize his instruments were destroyed … Continue reading

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Amish Sweethearts (Leslie Gould) – Review

  “Don’t you get tired of always doing the right thing?” “No,” Lila answered.  “I don’t.”  She snapped the dish towel toward him and then hung it over the back of a chair to dry.  Turning toward the lamp, she … Continue reading

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