Good Monday morning, readers. Without further ado, here are the 2 winners of Vannetta Chapman’s A Promise for Miriam. Yes, two, since there were so many comments, I will send off my copy too. Mrs. Red 50 and Anna Hamilton please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Your’re our lucky winners!
Today I’m honored to welcome fellow Amish fiction author, Laura Hilton. Laura’s last series, The Amish of Seymour, were all CBD bestsellers. Her latest, Healing Love, is first in the Amish of Webster Couny series. I have read it and it’s lovely!
Here’s the blurb: Life gets a lot harder for Amish midwife Kristi Lapp when a buggy wreck lands her in the hospital and leaves her with a pronounced limp. Among her biggest concerns is the well-being of her dog, Chinook, as she is no longer able to keep up with the high-energy Siberian husky. Adding insult to injury, she fears she’ll never marry for love, for what man would willingly wed a woman who needs help with even the most basic of household tasks? Shane Zimmerman moved to Seymour for a fresh start. The veterinarian is still reeling from the loss of his young wife, who died in childbirth—an aneurysm, the autopsy determined, but he still blames the midwife and the herbal remedies she administered. He meets his next-door neighbor, Kristi, when he discovers her wrecked buggy and takes her to the hospital. Eager to deepen the friendship that forms between them, he offers to take care of exercising her dog. But the harsh words of Kristi’s father discourage him from pursuing a relationship further—for the time being. Shane isn’t Amish, although his grandparents were, and Ira Lapp would rather his daughter marry an aging Amish widower than a young Englischer. Despite all the forces that would keep them apart, Kristi and Shane can’t deny the strong attraction between them.