Friday, July 17, 2015

The Amish Bride by Emma Miller (Lancaster Courtships #1)

An Unexpected Courtship

Ellen Beachey's dreams of being a devoted Amish wife and mother are finally within her reach. But she didn't expect she'd have to choose between two brothers. Golden-haired Micah has a heart filled with adventure and a ready smile. Serious but gentle elder brother Neziah is a devoted and caring father of two. But Ellen and Neziah share a heartbreaking past that might prevent any hope of a future. Ellen never imagined an arranged union as a way to find true love. She wants to be loyal to her family, but she needs to follow her heart…if only she can figure out what it wants.

Lancaster Courtships: Life and love in Amish country

Collect all 3 book in the series!

The Amish Bride by Emme Miller

The Amish Mother by Rebecca Kertz

The Amish Midwife by Patricia Davids

My review:  The Amish Bride by Emma Miller (Lancaster Courtships: #1)


The Amish Bride was a cute Amish romance.  Lots of fun, drama and characters that I enjoyed and would love to see more of the other characters.  Clean inspired story of Amish life in Lancaster.

Ellen Beachey works in her family's craft store.  She is an only child.  She is in her 30's and single.  She is a fun, caring and hard worker.

Her next door neighbor a leader in her District ambushed her and told her he has been praying and thinks she should marry one of his two sons.  It would be her choice which one.

Micah is good looking and full of fun carefree and a hard worker.  He is good with his nephews.

Neziah is a widower with two sons.  Who needs a mother.  He is serious, hard worker loving father.

Ellen is not sure she should have anyone but agrees to give it a month and pray about it.

It is fun to watch the two brothers try and beat each other too asking Ellen out.  I kept on going back and forth who I wanted her with.

After reading The Amish Bride I would read more from Emma Miller in the future.

I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of The Amish Bride.

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