11 Amish Romance Novels That Have A Huge Fan Following
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The Amish community is not necessarily one that people know much about. There are lots of television shows about the Amish which gives some insight into the culture but the popularity of Amish romance novels is outstanding. Clearly, there's a huge fandom and for good reason.
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1. The Amish Inn
Escape away to The Amish Inn! Eve Wengerd must keep her bed and breakfast after the terrible death of her husband. As a single mother she must go up against the loan officer, Mason Raber, who is adamant about collecting her final payment. But this is a romance novel so don't you worry, they might find love...
2. Amish Acres
Who knew celery would be so romantic? Not me... I'm allergic. Naomi's land is a hot commodity now that a celery patch popped up overnight (I'm not making this up) but mean rumors swirl that she did it for attention. Will her land and heart ever be protected? You better start reading to find out.
3. The Hope Jar
Wanda E. Brunstetter is one of the most successful Amish romance novelists of all time. Michelle Taylor isn't who she seems to be but she's grown to love her Amish family. When she finds a jar containing quotes, thoughts, and prayers, she falls even more in love with her faith.
4. The Teacher's Bride
Christian Ropp is not a fan of chaos. His life doesn't contain it and his classroom certainly is void of such recklessness. But he's shocked to find his attraction to Ruby Glick, a woman who is synonymous with chaos. But he's tasked with getting the students of the Birch Creek school in order, while also trying to find a wife. Bestselling Amish romance author, Kathleen Fuller will captivate you in The Teacher's Bride.
5. An Unforgivable Secret
Hannah has a blessed life, from her home to her husband, to the Amish community she loves, she's aware of her good life. But a secret she's been carrying an easy thing to carry. That very secret might be the thing that takes away everything she loves.
6. The Thorn
Beverly Lewis is a beloved Amish romance author and you'll know why when you read The Thorn. Travel to Amish country and meet sisters, Rose and Hen, two opposite personalities in the same community. Love, religion, and culture are major themes of this popular book!
7. Winter Wheat
Lena Graber will do anything to keep her farm, even let Jacob King plant seeds. After her husband died her mother-in-law hasn't stopped bothering her with a debt she can't fulfill. She needs space to herself and lives with her aunt and uncle in Pennsylvania Amish country. The community is vastly different than hers in New York; she can wear color and ride in cars. Her new life seems more exciting than the one waiting back at home but will she leave Jacob alone or pave her own path?
8. With Winter's First Frost
Laura Kauffman and Zechariah Stutzman aren't getting any younger. At age seventy-three their ailments are greater than their strengths but when they realize their love for one another, they might just have a second chance.
9. A Seat by the Hearth
Priscilla must go back to back to a community she left behind but this time, with her six-year-old son. She needs to be reintroduced to her family even though she's feeling suffocated yet again. She must agree to their Amish rules which means marrying inside the community. But when the playboy next door catches her attention she might care more about love than the secrets of her past.
10. Seasons of an Amish Garden
A garden is erected for a friend in this delightfully clean Amish romance novel. Learn all about the Seasons of an Amish Garden and maybe you'll be inspired to plant flowers of your own.
11. The Amish Deacon's Daughter
Amy is set to marry someone she's never met and he's not even in her town. A long-distance relationship, a sister who marries first, and love that seems like a fleeting moment, you'll love reading The Amish Deacon's Daughter.
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