AN AMISH NOEL

Praise for Patricia Davids

 “Amish Fiction has a special place in my heart and Patricia Davids is always one of the authors I look for when I want to read a book in this genre.”

–Susan Dyer, Fresh Fiction

“With endearing characters and a well-developed story line, Davids’ has created a romance that had me laughing one moment and crying the next.”

 Kimberly’s Bookshelf


AN AMISH NOEL

By Patricia Davids

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Luke Bowman’s homecoming is turning Emma Swartzentruber’s carefully ordered world upside down. Gone is her rebellious girlhood crush, and in his place is a handsome man who seems committed to serving the community. Luke’s even agreed to work for Emma’s ill father, whose last wish is to see his daughter wedded to a stable, loving man.

But Luke—a man who flirted with the outside world with disastrous consequences—is hardly marriage material for a good Amish woman. Yet this Christmas, when her family is flung into crisis, Emma finds that he may just be the one to capture her heart for good.

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Author Bio:

After her daughter left home, Pat’s love of reading evolved into a serious desire to write. In 1996, she began work on her first novel. It proved to be more difficult than she expected. In researching how to write, she discovered a local writers group and soon joined both the Wichita Area Romance Authors and the national organization, Romance Writers of America. Pat credits the help of the wonderful members of both organizations with teaching her the craft of writing and giving her insight into the publishing industry.

Still, after seven years of writing and three completed manuscripts, all she had to show for her efforts was a pile of rejection letters. Then, in the summer of 2002, Pat met Deborah Raney, a fellow Kansas author, and learned about the growing inspirational romance market. It was a lightbulb over the head moment. Pat revised her third book for yet another time and the rest is history.

 

AN AMISH NOEL

By Patricia Davids

Harlequin; November 17, 2015

224 pages; $5.99

ISBN: 978-0373719228

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