An Unlikely Amish Match
She could never love an Amish rebel…Or could she?
Susannah Beiler is determined to protect the other young marriageable Amish women from falling for the new bad boy in town…by pretending to date Micah Fisher herself! Their deal is simple: she’ll keep him company if he stays away from her friends. But she doesn’t count on finding out there’s ...more
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By: Vannetta Chapman
This is a Love Inspired Inspirational Romance and I really loved it. Loved the characters ,both were well written. A young Amish man , Micah, is sent to live with his grandparents for awhile to see if it will help him to settle down from his running around. Susannah is the Bishop’s daughter and she is willing to pretend to date Micah herself so he will not hurt the hearts of the single women. What about her heart? Will this ...more
I liked the character of Micah, and even if he is still sewing his wild oats, he seems to have a good heart.
We also are offered a young woman who has not had an easy time, she has dealt with a hard time in her young life, but has ...more
Sometimes it takes time and maybe some life lessons to make us grow up in in a hurry. I know it did me. I don't really care for changes like that but then I don't think none of us do.
I'm so glad the Lord Jesus is with us always no matter what life throws at us. He is my best friend and I love to let people know that.
Life is screwy sometimes. But you know what? In a way, I'm glad it is! It would certainly be very boring if ...more
This was a really good book and has lots of touching and tender moments in it. And there was humor as well. It was one of those reads that you decide to read in one sitting because you don't want to stop ...more
In this story Susannah Beiler feels it is her duty to protect other young women from the bad boy in town. Yes, she is going to date him herself.
As the saying goes, 'No good deed goes unpunished'. And as Susannah finds out it's always better to let the Lord solve a "problem."
I loved this story and it's quirks and turns. Even in this cozy romance of Amish life Mrs. Chapman finds a way to surprise ...more
Micah's family was quick to judge, manipulative, and prone to ultimatums. I was frustrated by other characters trying to convince Micah that their meddling behavior was reasonable, ...more