An Amish Second Christmas By Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, Ruth Reid, and Tricia Goyer

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Celebrate Second Christmas, a treasured, lighthearted time of community, with four Amish romances.

“When Christmas Comes Again” by Beth Wiseman

Katherine knows the first Christmas without Elias will be hard for her and the children. But when a mysterious Englischer appears with photographs of her late husband, Katherine begins to wonder what other blessings Christmas could have in store.

“Her Christmas Pen Pal” by Ruth Reid

Joy was expecting a wedding proposal from Henry; what she got instead was news of another woman. But when her heartfelt letter to a cousin ends up in the hands of a young cabinetmaker, an unexpected correspondence between two strangers gets interesting fast.

“A Gift for Anne Marie” by Kathleen Fuller

Anne Marie and Nathaniel have been best friends since they were kids. Now things are evolving . . . in ways everyone else predicted long ago. But when her mother suddenly decides to remarry in another state, Anne Marie’s new chapter with Nathaniel looks doomed to end before it begins.

“The Christmas Aprons” by Tricia Goyer

Vanilla crumb pie has been Esther’s mem’s calling card for decades. But when Esther finally gets her hands on the secret recipe, she discovers that vanilla crumb pie is more than just dessert . . . it’s bachelor bait.

I jumped at the chance to review this book because of the first author list. Beth Wiseman is a great author of Amish fiction. Once again she has written a wonderful tale just in time for the holidays. If this story does not touch your heart nothing will.

The second story is cute fun little story I enjoyed reading.

The third story with the theme of moving from one place to another is decent enough. I liked it.

Tricia Goyer the author of the last story is another good Amish themed author. She also wrote a great little story.

All in all I would say this is good book to get.

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