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Published: September 29, 2015
Number of pages: 384
Genre: Amish Fiction
Synopsis:Through the snowy night, silver bells ring cheerfully, heralding a season of secret gifts, unexpected chances, and love's sweetest journeys . . .
A SLEIGH RIDE ON ICE MOUNTAIN
For solitary toy-maker Sebastian Christner, hiring Kate Zook as his new housekeeper is simply the right thing to do. Now she can support her special-needs brother. But one taste of her independent spirit is showing him undreamed-of holiday joy—and making him long to give her a home for always . . .
A MAMM FOR CHRISTMAS
Bernice Yoder has far too much to do to entertain holiday dreams. Even if she can help Jess Schmucker outwit his three mischievous young daughters, it's impossible to imagine the handsome widower can see her as anything but a scolding schoolteacher. He never guesses how a magical Christmas Eve will open his eyes to love or how Der Herr will awaken their faith and hope.
AN UNEXPECTED CHRISTMAS BLESSING
As much as Charity Lantz's children need a father, the young widow isn’t sure her new neighbor Luke Fisher can ever be the right choice. They’re having more disagreements than snowflakes in December. Besides, he's never given a sign he wants to be more than friends. Can Gott show them a way past their misunderstandings to a forever love?
What did I think of this book:
Each of these stories in this book were enjoyable on their own and put them all together it makes for a very good book. I do not know if I could pick a favorite story in this book as I thought they were all enjoyable. Although the second story was very cute with all the children and their antics. If you are looking for a good book to help you get in the mood for the holiday season then I suggest you pick this book up. In the first story I really liked Ben and his good attitude that seemed to spread to others. Kate was a strong women that has a good heart. In the second book, I felt for Jess and his trying to raise his girls on his own. I thought it was nice of Bernice to try to help out. In the last book, your heart poured out for Charity and the loss of her husband and trying to move on. Each of these stories pulled at your heart strings. A good set of stories.