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Twenty-three-year-old Tyler Anderson was a military kid until the age of 6, when his mom passed away. When his dad redeployed, Tyler’s Amish grandparents raised him. Now he’s in love with the beautiful Rachel Hoeck. Will he remain Amish, or as an adult explore the Englisch world?
Debbie Watson is a young Englisha girl who has grown up admiring her Amish friends, the Beiler sisters. After her second year of community college, Debbie makes the life-changing decision to convert to the Amish faith and lifestyle where she immediately attracts the interest of two young Amish suitors.
In the second book of the New Hope Amish series, one young woman must find a way to move beyond the agony and mistakes of her past and embrace God’s promises for a hopeful future…and a love of her own.
When tragedy strikes the family of Naomi Miller, her friend Rebecca tries to help. But things get complicated when Rebecca’s brother (Naomi’s husband), returns from the military and is shunned. But God has a way of working on the hearts of His people—especially at Christmas time.
At a thoroughbred stable in Kentucky, Rachel meets Jake, a talented and charming groomer who works there too. He wants to date the lovely Amish woman, but she is hesitant to become romantically involved with an Englisch man. She looks to God for the direction for her heart.
When Elam Detweiler leaves the ultraconservative district of Harmony, Maine, and moves to Paradise, Missouri, Nora King follows soon after. But does she love the man or the independence and freethinking he represents? And when Lewis Miller wishes to court her, will her heart lean his way—the Amish way?
“You don’t have to be a fan of Amish fiction to enjoy Kelly Irvin’s A Heart Made New. She has written a remarkable novel touching on issues faced by people of all faiths and cultures. I’m looking forward to many more of Kelly’s stories! —Susan Simpson, author of Ginger and the Bully
In this third book in the Riverhaven Years trilogy young Gideon Kanagy faces a challenge and an unexpected romance. Meanwhile, Gideon’s sister, Rachel, and the “outsider” Jeremiah Gant add to the drama with their own dilemma and its repercussions for the entire Riverhaven community.
Rebecca Switzer, a young Amish woman, fell in love years ago with Jesse Montgomery, a rugged but dissolute cowboy. Sheriff Colin Maddox can hardly believe he has lost his heart to a Plain and simple woman. Can Colin convince Rebecca to forget Jesse and give him a chance?
From the pen of bestselling Amish fiction author Jerry Eicher, (more than 350,000 books sold), comes a truly delightful and inspiring Christmas novella. A perfect holiday delight for lovers of Amish fiction…and those who love a heartwarming and tender Christmas tale.
In Jerry Eicher’s conclusion to his popular Fields of Home trilogy, readers will be delighted to attend the wedding of Teresa, the young Englisha girl who has come home with Susan Hostetler to learn the ways of the Amish—-and in fact to become Amish herself.
After the deaths of Amy King’s parents, she relocates to the community of Harmony, Maine, to get a fresh start and healing for her heart. Her fiancé, John Detweiler, is very supportive…until Amy discovers an aunt who was shunned and wants to connect with her. What will John do then?