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RELEASE DATE: JULY 27th
EMT Jenna Zimmerman is happily married to handsome Eli, but feels crushed that no babies are in their future. When Jenna gets called to a buggy accident, she helps to transport a young teenager, Isabella, and her fiancé Justin to the hospital. When he dies, Isabella wants to keep her pregnancy a secret because she fears her strict parents will kick her out of the house. Jenna becomes a close friend to Isabella. Eli and Jenna belong to the Old Order Amish while Isabella is a part of the conservative Swartzentruber Amish community. Her parents don’t like the more liberal Old Order Amish.
Confused, Isabella doesn’t know what to do about her baby. She doesn’t want to get married to give her baby a father, but is troubled how she can raise a child on her own. If she leaves her community, she can keep her secret and give the baby up for adoption. Or she could ask Jenna to adopt her baby and make her parents unhappy about her choice. She realizes this decision might cause her not to have a home to return to after the baby is born.
Will Jenna and Eli want to adopt Isabella’s baby or decide to wait to get pregnant themselves?
Recommended and rated this book
The Amish Mother’s Secret
Reviewer: Chery Hart
The Amish Mother’s Secret is much deeper of a story than I expected. The elements of faith and unconditional love hold such importance in this heartbreaking and heartwarming story. And don’t miss the author’s personal info at the end! I was quickly immersed into Lindsay and Phoebe’s lives and empathized with them and what they went through. Secrets are revealed and changes the trajectory of several lives. I enjoyed this touching story and the various characters. Though I didn’t like some of them, I understood them, and wanted their faith to grow. This is a touching and meaningful story centering on family, faith, and forgiveness. I love a story that keeps me turning pages and characters who feel like friends. It pains me a bit to leave these new friends behind. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions are 100% mine.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Beautiful Story, Highly Recommended
Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2023
A Beautiful Story, Highly Recommended
Diane Craver writes a beautifully poignant story of heartbreak, illness, faith & joy.
A younger Lindsay, is forced to give up two of her triplets for adoption, as she can barely care for one. Years later, after being diagnosed with stage IV cancer, Lindsay reunites with the triplets father & sets out to find her other two daughters. The story unfolds with hostility coming from the adoptive mother & shock from the adopted triplets, as they find out the true story of their birth. Ms. Craver writes with feeling, as she pulls from her own emotional journey with cancer. A well written book, with believable characters, is a must read.
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I write Amish fiction, Christian fiction, Historical Christian fiction, Contemporary Romances, and Chick-Lit Mystery. I am a wife, mother, and grandmother. I have 6 wonderful children and 6 adorable grandchildren. I give thanks to God for being a cancer survivor!