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.
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?
Cassandra and her boyfriend had left the Amish community, but when he was killed in a tragic accident, she returned to the safety of her home.
When her parents discover she's pregnant, they're horrified. They keep it hushed up and send her to an old aunt who will help her find a couple to adopt the baby.
While she's at her aunt's will Cassandra still do things her own way?
Will the cover-up surrounding the baby destroy Cassandra's life, and ruin the new relationship she's formed with a certain young Amish man?
You will love this wonderful story about love, lost love, and second chances.
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?
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.