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Seeing each other with new eyes… Her Amish Chaperone by Leigh Bale When Amish schoolteacher Caroline Schwartz needs assistance while recovering from an accident, Ben Yoder isn’t her first choice for a personal aide. In fact, with Ben’s dark past, most folk in Riverton avoid him! But as he helps Caroline care for her orphaned cousins, she wonders if everyone has misjudged hi Seeing each other with new eyes… Her Amish Chaperone by Leigh Bale When Amish schoolteacher Caroline Schwartz needs assistance while recovering from an accident, Ben Yoder isn’t her first choice for a personal aide. In fact, with Ben’s dark past, most folk in Riverton avoid him! But as he helps Caroline care for her orphaned cousins, she wonders if everyone has misjudged him. Could Ben be the key to the familye she never imagined she’d find? The Amish Baker's Rival by Marie E. Bast Amish baker Mary Brenneman is furious when handsome Englischer Noah Miller opens up a bakery right across from hers. Now she must win a local baking contest just to stay in business—and beat know-it-all Noah. But somewhere along the way, Noah and Mary’s kitchen wars are quickly warming into something more…


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Seeing each other with new eyes… Her Amish Chaperone by Leigh Bale When Amish schoolteacher Caroline Schwartz needs assistance while recovering from an accident, Ben Yoder isn’t her first choice for a personal aide. In fact, with Ben’s dark past, most folk in Riverton avoid him! But as he helps Caroline care for her orphaned cousins, she wonders if everyone has misjudged hi Seeing each other with new eyes… Her Amish Chaperone by Leigh Bale When Amish schoolteacher Caroline Schwartz needs assistance while recovering from an accident, Ben Yoder isn’t her first choice for a personal aide. In fact, with Ben’s dark past, most folk in Riverton avoid him! But as he helps Caroline care for her orphaned cousins, she wonders if everyone has misjudged him. Could Ben be the key to the familye she never imagined she’d find? The Amish Baker's Rival by Marie E. Bast Amish baker Mary Brenneman is furious when handsome Englischer Noah Miller opens up a bakery right across from hers. Now she must win a local baking contest just to stay in business—and beat know-it-all Noah. But somewhere along the way, Noah and Mary’s kitchen wars are quickly warming into something more…

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Jodi

    This was an ARC, and the author signed it for me, as well! I love Amish romance (well, any romance, for that matter, as long as it's CLEAN - no "shades of gray" here, please). Some of the language and phrases the characters used seemed a bit "off" (not in a dirty way, just not something you would think an Amish girl/woman would say). Coming from Ohio, and being very familiar with their way of life, although I am an Englischer, I knew the author was not of the Amish faith herself. But she did her This was an ARC, and the author signed it for me, as well! I love Amish romance (well, any romance, for that matter, as long as it's CLEAN - no "shades of gray" here, please). Some of the language and phrases the characters used seemed a bit "off" (not in a dirty way, just not something you would think an Amish girl/woman would say). Coming from Ohio, and being very familiar with their way of life, although I am an Englischer, I knew the author was not of the Amish faith herself. But she did her research well, regarding most German Deitch and customs Old Order Amish use. I wasn't familar with some of the terms these characters use - apparently, regional differences from what I knew from visits to Sugarcreek and the surrounding area, and over to Lancaster, PA. But, the food descriptions made my mouth water, the much slower pacing of life in the Amish communities, and the PEACE to be found in God all touched me deeply, and the love and concern that the characters show for each other, and for the Englichers in their lives, resonates deeply. I won't subscribe to Harlequin, because my TBR is already very LONG, and I would have to live to be 150 yrs old, to get thru it all, but I do appreciate the chance to read/review this one.

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