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An Amish Holiday Courtship by Emma Miller


Title: An Amish Holiday Courtship

Author: Emma Miller

Publisher: Harlequin – Romance (U.S. and Canada), Love Inspired


My Review:

This is another lovely, heartwarming Amish romance by this talented author – a brilliant story to escape into during these troubled times.

Ginger Stutzman is twenty-five and feels the need to settle down, if only she can find the man she’ll love marrying. She thinks it may be recent newcomer, and he seems interested in her but keeps flirting with others, too. She hadn’t thought about widower Eli Kutz as a potential suitor but when she spends time looking after his four children whilst he’s out working, she grows to care for them all. However, he thinks he’s too old for her, especially as he already has four children. As Christmas approaches will they find love or is this just a holiday romance?

Such a moving story and a delightful read! I thoroughly enjoyed this story, such a brilliant developing romance, complete with the necessary but unwanted hurdles blocking their way. Thank goodness Ginger’s Mum interfered, is all I can say! This is a great story to escape into with a fantastic sense of community, family values, faith and trust in God as well as a beautiful romance.

She thought she knew what she wanted…

Her heart is searching for the perfect husband this Christmas.

Ginger Stutzman has her sights set on the new Amish bachelor in town, but becoming a nanny for widower Eli Kutz’s children puts her romance plans on hold. Though it’s not the Christmas connection she expected, Ginger can’t deny the pull she feels toward Eli. But is it only the shine of the holiday season—or is a family with Eli a gift built to last?

From Harlequin Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.

Buy Link: Amazon


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