With a baby on the way…
can this struggling widow save her home?
In danger of losing her farm after her husband’s death, Abigail Yutzy needs help—even if she can’t afford it. At her bishop's insistence, property manager Thomas Albrecht pitches in to aid the pregnant widow. With his troubled past and her shattered heart, their arrangement must stay business only. But their uneasy holiday alliance might just heal both their hearts.
About The Author
Vannetta Chapman is a USA Today and PW Bestselling author of over 30 books. She has written for Abingdon Press and Harvest House Publishers, and she currently writes for Harper Collins Christian Publishing and Harlequin/Love Inspired. She's received numerous awards including the ACFW Carol Award for best mystery (Falling to Pieces), and she was a Christy Award finalist (Anna's Healing). She recently signed a contract for an additional six books with Harlequin/Love Inspired.
Chapman has a BA and MA in English literature from the University of Texas at Arlington. She has taught for numerous writing groups and speaks around the country on writing, how to publish, and steps to finding an agent and landing a publishing contract. Chapman’s releases include Amish romance, cozy mystery, novellas, romantic suspense, and dystopian.
For more information, visit her at
webpage -- www.VannettaChapman.com
This is a sweet Amish story, it kept me page turning to the end, although it was predictable, it was still enjoyable.
We have an Amish man with an unusual job of being a Property Manager, he does have his Bishop's permission, and this unique work leads him to help a recent, expecting widow. Trying to put myself in Abigail Yutzy's shoes, wouldn't want to be there, but life goes on and we hope this young woman will accept the help that the Community is offering.
We journey with Thomas and Abigail as they try to accept their lot in life, and the new life that will need a home!
I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Harlequin, and was not required to give a positive review.