An Amish Christmas, expanded edition By Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, Kelly Long, and Barbara Cameron


From the Publisher:
A Choice to Forgive by Beth Wiseman
After Daniel disappeared that long-ago Christmas Eve, Lydia built a life with his brother. But now she's a widow and Daniel has reappeared, asking for forgiveness. Can she go back to her normal life with her long-lost love as her neighbor?

A Miracle for Miriam by Kathleen Fuller
Seth is no longer the arrogant young man who shattered Miriam's confidence and broker her heart. Will he be able to show "plain" Miriam that she is truly beautiful to him?

One Child by Barbara Cameron
The birth of one child forever changed the world two thousand years ago. On a snowy Christmas night in Lancaster County, another child changes the world for two very different couples.

Christmas Cradles by Kelly Long
When Anna Stolis takes over for her aunt, the local midwife, Christmas night heats up with multiple deliveries, three strangers' quilts, and unexpected help from the handsome and brooding Asa Lapp.

This is the very first Amish Fiction book that I ever read. In 2009, I went to our local library to find some books to check out. My oldest daughter liked Amish romances so I thought I'd give them a try. The cover for An Amish Christmas was appealing to me so I grabbed it. The authors got me hooked on Amish Fiction!

That first edition didn't include Christmas Cradles by Kelly Long. I'm glad it's in the newer editions. It turned out to be my most favorite story of them all. They are all enjoyable to read. I would have to say One Child by Barbara Cameron was my least favorite. While I liked the Amish characters, I didn't really care for the Englishers in the story.

These sweet stories will touch your heart. Each novella has characters from the other stories woven into it. It's surprising how four stories can be written by different authors and still flow together. They are about God's love for us and how we are given second chances and need to give others second chances also.

I received a free copy of this book from BookSneeze and Thomas Nelson Publisher in exchange for my honest review.

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