Samantha Price is a best selling author who knew she wanted to become a writer at the age of seven, while her grandmother read to her Peter Rabbit in the sun room. Though the adventures of Peter and his sisters Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail started Samantha on her creative journey, it is now her love of Amish culture that inspires her to write. Her writing is clean and wholesome, with more than a dash of sweetness. Though she has penned over one hundred and twenty Amish Romance and Amish Mystery books, Samantha is just as in love today with exploring the spiritual and emotional journeys of her characters as she was the day she first put pen to paper.
With her daughter nearly one, Jane has a place to live and bakes cupcakes from home for a living.
Jane thought her life a little more than a tragedy until she ran into Scott, the awful man who had assaulted her. Scott guessed the child was his and vowed to take her to court for custody. Will Jane ever be able to lead a normal life free from the mistakes of her past?
There was only one problem. She had to find a temporary nanny, and she had to be Amish, but who? Her best friend's younger sister, Deborah Fisher, was a perfect choice. Not only was Deborah too young for Nathan, she was plump and plain. A woman like that would not turn Nathan's head and might make him miss her all the more.
Not long after Marta leaves, she wonders if she's just made the worst mistake of her life.
What will Deborah do when she too finds herself falling for the handsome Amish widower?
(The Amish Misfits series are stand-alone reads).
She was employed to be a nanny to two-year-old, Leo. The only thing is Leo’s father, Blake Worthington, doesn’t know an Amish girl is about to walk through his door.
Olive convinces Blake she can handle the job, but can she be around this wealthy and handsome Englisher every day without compromising her faith? Her best friend is falling for a man outside their faith, and she does not want to make the same mistake.
Blake’s mother has taken over his life once more. She insisted she could look after his son, and then she contacted an agency to find a nanny. He read their references and not one of them was suitable, but any of them would’ve been better than the dizzy, head-in-the clouds excuse for a nanny who showed up. The only reason he’s keeping her around is that his son adores her.