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).
Being a deacon’s daughter, Amy was constantly reminded she had to set an example and that meant she needed to marry.
The furthest thing from Amy’s mind was she would actually like Andrew, the man she was sent to meet. Their budding relationship was all too brief, cut short when Amy was urgently called back home.
While Amy pines after Andrew, she endures watching her younger sister find love and marry before her. What had become of Andrew who had once professed his love, and why had his letters stopped?
Will Amy ever have her happily ever after?
Sarah finds that she has many things in common with him and they strike up a friendship. Her husband's lingering illness had left Sarah lonely long before he faded away.
She is soon to find out that a second marriage is the last thing on her new friend's mind. When Sarah returns home, can she find happiness with her demanding mother under her feet? What happens when Sarah's mother plots to help her find happiness?
Not only have her two young sons lost their father, but the child she is carrying will never know him. Her husband's best friend, Mark, steps in to take care of Katie and her children. Many months pass, and Mark is offered an opportunity away from Lancaster County.
Not wanting to leave Katie and the children behind, he makes his feelings known.
Katie tells Mark she would never marry again, and if she did, it would never be to another firefighter. Katie urges him to take the job.
Months turn into years before Katie realizes that she has made a terrible mistake. When Mark finally returns, has Kate left things too late?