Even take a job as a nanny.
When Amish woman, Courtney, is left widowed and expecting a baby, she moves to a larger community in hopes of finding a job and a new life. She is delighted to receive a job as a nanny for a widower, who has three unruly children.
The nanny he'd pictured was not the one who arrived. He was disturbed to see she was expecting and he knew that would affect her work. Will Courtney be able to persuade him she'll be able to do it all even when her baby arrives? Can they find common ground and resolve their differences?
As Courtney's feelings for Aaron develop, what will she do when she discovers another woman is hatching a plot to capture his heart? Is it too soon to love again?
You will love this sweet Amish romance that touches on human frailties balanced with honesty and love.
Now she's alone and pregnant.
When her husband had gotten shot, he'd been running an errand for her. Rachel does her best to bury the guilt by concentrating on the upcoming birth of her baby.
The outpouring of sympathy from the broader community over her husband's senseless death caused the press to become obsessed over the expectant Amish widow and her life. The more she ignores the attention, the more they want to learn about her.
Amid the turmoil that has become her daily routine, her wayward sister arrives to stay.
With so much going on, will Rachel miss a fleeting opportunity of rekindling love when an old flame comes to town?
You will love this sweet Amish romance about love lost, love found, allowing others to help, and being thankful.
Realizing that it is the only way she can keep her baby, Daisy agrees to a marriage in name only. As the weeks pass, Daisy realizes there are more secrets that Jack is keeping from her. Why is it that the harder she tries to get closer, the more he pushes her away? Daisy determines to find out why Jack is so secretive and will stop at nothing to uncover the truth.