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Yet a few years later, Kate finds that Benjamin has married another Amish woman. Why did the honorable Benjamin go back on his word and marry someone else?
Kate’s faith is shaken, and she vows to leave the Amish as soon as she is able.
After four years living in the ,Englisch world, Kate feels neither Amish nor Englisch.
To make matters worse, living away from her Amish community and away from Benjamin has done nothing to lessen Kate’s feelings for him.
Kate asks God to grant her a husband, yet never in her wildest dreams could she have imagined the way in which this unfolds.
Also in this series:
BOOK 2: Annie’s Faith
BOOK 3: A Small Secret
BOOK 4: Ephraim’s Chance
BOOK 5: A Second Chance
BOOK 6 : Choosing Amish
Nicholas Michaels hated the fact he had to move away from everything and everyone in his life, but his feelings change when he meets the Harringtons. Deborah and Nicholas become the best of friends, and as the children grow up, their friendship deepens.
But when tragedy strikes, will this cause them to part ways? Or will it perhaps make them realize they may have stronger feelings for one another before it’s too late?
Growing Up Neighbors will take you on a journey through the eyes of two main characters. You’ll see a steady progression from when they first meet as younger children to when they reach adulthood; their friendship turning to love. This is a clean, sweet love story that is suitable for the young and not as young alike. If you are a hopeless romantic, one who likes happy endings and believable stories of love, this may be just for you!
Can a brother from another planet find true love?
Homer is an alien from the planet Bronzeville. In a small West Virginia town, he’s running final tests on the XM-14, an android designed to save trapped miners. All he wants is to finish XM-14 and return to his planet.
Jasmine is a firefighter. She still lives in the town of her birth and has led an unremarkable life until this full page ad ran on Black Friday:
Whatever you want.
Whenever you want.
For however long you want.
Build-a-Mate. Available this Christmas.
Unbeknownst to Homer, his technology made Build a Mate possible. Unbeknownst to Jasmine, until the ad ran anyway, XM-14, aka Build a Mate, looks exactly like her. So who could blame Jasmine for bursting into Homer’s office and demanding her face back.
Can a brother from another planet and a small town girl right this wrong and in so doing find a love that spans the galaxy?
File under: sweet romance, romantic comedy, holiday romance, African-American romance, short read, Christmas, holiday novella, sci-fi romance, beta hero, small town
Maggie Archer teaches at Freedom Christian University and is very active at her church. Though never married, Maggie, now fifty, still longs for a relationship. One that is based on Biblical principles and filled with love and friendship.
Frank Porter, 55, owns his own construction company, is quite successful, and is a born again Christian, ready to share the Gospel with anyone and everyone. Frank came close to marriage several years ago but it didn’t work out. He finds nights and weekends are too quiet and too lonely, but he has resigned himself to his solitary lifestyle.
Maggie and Frank have a chance meeting at the large church they both attend and are very taken with each other. They meet again and find the attraction is mutual, however they both have secrets they aren’t sure they want to share now or ever. Is their faith and trust in God strong enough to overcome their past secrets or will they go their separate ways, never experiencing the joy they could have together?
Read the entire series on Amazon!
Book Two – Forecast: Sunny with a Chance of Hope https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LGFV5GU
Book Three – Forecast: Foggy with a Chance of Goodbye https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073HGGQ3F
Far more comfortable in blue jeans and flannel than in heels and satin, Lee finds herself lying to every man she dates. To the physical trainer, she’s a preschool teacher; to the guy at the bowling alley, she’s a secretary. The lies keep romance at arm’s length even as they drive the angel to distraction until the day she realizes she’s fallen for a straight-laced accountant who’s exploring his dark side through bizarre foods (please note: sea cucumber is not a vegetable). But now he thinks she’s someone she’s not.
Now she’s got to turn those mechanic skills on herself to diagnose and repair the most important relationships in her life. And just think, she used to find it tough repairing a transmission!
Long-time comedy writer and novelist Jane Lebak serves up a hilarious comedy with angels and spare tires and a recipe for the best omelets you’ve ever tasted. Also what may be the most romantic toilet-fixing scene in the English language. But there really isn’t an award for that, so we’ll never know.
Sheridan Hendley is a professor and psychologist, not a sleuth. When her colleague is murdered and her good friend becomes the prime suspect, her curiosity and logical mind have her putting pieces together. It also becomes apparent that Sheridan is attracted to the handsome Detective. As Sheridan tries to connect all the people in Adam’s life, she finds that many women have a motive for Adam’s murder. When Sheridan’s tires are slashed and then she is assaulted, it’s clear someone is afraid she’s getting too close.