Thursday, April 9, 2020

His Unexpected Amish Twins by Rachel J. Good

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When Micah Miller's brother and sister-in-law are killed in a buggy accident, he's devastated. But he fulfills the promise he made when their twins were born seven years earlier: to raise Jabin and Chloe should tragedy strike. Still, coping with the children's grief as well as his own, requires extra support. He's surprised to find an Amish farm that offers just that . . .

Hope Graber had to find a way to save the family farm after her daed's health forced him to stop breeding horses. Providing animal therapy proved to be the answer--thanks to the help of expert trainer Logan Russell. Together, they not only pay the bills, they make positive changes in children's lives. Hope loves working with each child, but she takes a special interest in the Miller twins. She even makes Micah smile again--and he does the same for her. In fact, as Micah emerges from his depression, he longs to make them one happy family. But will Hope's debt to her Englisch trainer, and their close partnership, stand in the way?
A very enjoyable sweet Amish story with all of the right feels.
I enjoyed this book very much because Amish fiction is my favorite genre.
I love Good's stories because they are full of hope, love and family.
I liked Micah right off.  By the end of this story he became my hero. I thought he picked up his responsibilities well and I admired him for being so caring and kind.
Hope is a sweet lady as well. I loved her personality a lot especially because of her willingness to help others. To me that shows a lot about a person. 
The two children won my heart instantly! Bless them.
I highly recommend this book of you love Amish stories.
My thanks to Netgalley and Zebra publishers for a copy of this book. I was NOT required to write a positive review and all opinions are my own.
Rachel J. GoodUSA Today bestselling author Rachel J. Good grew up near Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the setting for many of her Amish novels. Striving to be as authentic as possible, she spends time with her Amish friends, doing chores on their farm and attending family events.

Rachel loves to travel and visit many different Amish communities. In searching for the best Amish soft pretzels, she's visited many Amish markets, auctions, and mud sales. Because of her love of Amish food, she tries to include recipes in her books as often as possible. When she's not traveling, she spends time with family and writing.

In addition to her Amish novels, she's written more than 40 books, including children's educational books, adult nonfiction, and fiction for children and teens under several pen names. To find out more about Rachel and her books, you can sign up for her newsletter:

Rachel enjoys meeting readers and speaks regularly at book events, schools, libraries, churches, book clubs, and conferences across the country. She also loves talking about Amish life, using authentic Amish clothes and goods, and/or doing coloring parties.

You can connect with Rachel on her website (http://www.rachel-j-good) or Facebook (

1 comment:

  1. I don't usually read Amish, but this story is right up my alley :)


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