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Amish Christmas Twins

Amish Christmas Twins The Widower s Christmas WishWith Christmas just around the corner widow Willa Chase will do anything to retain custody of her twin girls and unborn baby even if it means escaping to her childhood Ami

  • Title: Amish Christmas Twins
  • Author: Patricia Davids
  • ISBN: 9780373899562
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Widower s Christmas WishWith Christmas just around the corner, widow Willa Chase will do anything to retain custody of her twin girls and unborn baby even if it means escaping to her childhood Amish home After her grandfather turns her away, Willa finds herself stranded at the home of blacksmith John Miller A widower, John buries himself in work until Willa s vibrantThe Widower s Christmas WishWith Christmas just around the corner, widow Willa Chase will do anything to retain custody of her twin girls and unborn baby even if it means escaping to her childhood Amish home After her grandfather turns her away, Willa finds herself stranded at the home of blacksmith John Miller A widower, John buries himself in work until Willa s vibrant twins become impossible to ignore And before long, John is smitten with their beautiful mother, too But when Willa s past secrets are revealed, will they prevent John s Christmas wish for a happily ever after from coming true

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    1. First things first -- adorable cover or what? If that doesn't melt your heart and make you want to read this book I don't know what will! I scooped it up without even reading the book blurb based on this cover and I'm glad I did because if I had read the blurb I might not have chanced the read. And that's because I'm not particularly fond of romances where the heroine is pregnant. It seems such a stretch for a woman who is clearly very recently out of a relationship to leap into another one so q [...]

    2. From beginning to end I was drawn into this sweet story, enjoying antics of the three-year-old twin girls, and loving how they go from one world to an Amish life.Your heart will break for a woman who had endured so much in her young life, from a fifteen year old to a young widow with two plus children, and see how she melds right into her old roots.Two grieving young adults with so much in common, and what can we do to bring them together? The author has put these two in the same place, but they [...]

    3. A super sweet Christmas story that combines several of my loves- kids (twins no less), Christmas and the Amish. I love getting that peek behind the Amish curtain and seeing a fair amount of the Amish culture.There's just enough of a mystery here that combined with the typical Scrooge to set the book above the average Christmas stories that are being released right now. A very quick read that I easily finished in one seating.

    4. Pleasurable, Charming, and RefreshingI stumbled across Patricia Davids’ His Amish Teacher months ago. It was my first Davids novel (I know, where have I been?) But then I ran across her newest release, Amish Christmas Twins, and I was completely drawn in.John Miller is a widower, still grieving four years later. He throws himself into his work – to keep busy and to forget. When he runs across Englischer Willa Chase and her three-year-old twins, he feels compelled to help them.Willa is the yo [...]

    5. I really enjoyed this book! It had a great story line plus a little suspense built into it! I have never read a book that dealt with postpartum psychosis so I learned about it in this story. I thought the whole topic was informative and handled beautifully when applied to the characters. Although this story takes place around Nov/Dec, it is not necessarily all about Christmas/holidays and can be read at anytime of the year.

    6. Amish Christmas Twins is another beautiful story by Patricia Davids. Widowed Willa Chase is striving to keep her young twin in her custody. Returning to her Amish roots was not the answer as her grandfather continued his shunning of her, despite the fact she had not been baptized into the church when her parents left their Amish community. A story of healing relationships after discovering deceit, second chances, finding forgiveness, faith and a new love all in time for Christmas.

    7. This is a well-written slightly suspenseful romance. A young woman who has been widowed is struggling along to return to her Amish roots, with her little twin girls. She is also expecting again but her grandfather isn't Christian enough despite his faith, to take them into his house. No, she left the society, so despite the fact that she was not baptised (an adult choice) he won't accept her back. A hard-working man who lives with his mother and gives the little family shelter, hadn't expected t [...]

    8. This was a sweet story about coming home - finding your place, your faith, your family of heart, and making that your forever-home, a place to build your future in.The story had a lot interesting, intriguing information about the Amish culture, their rules and regulations, and the guidelines what they live by. The material about the culture was well embedded into the tale and a smooth part of the events Will and John were going through. Willa Chase has been on a run ever since her twins were bor [...]

    9. A Good StoryWIlla Chase is running. Her English husband died in an accident and his parents want custody of her children. They feel she is unfit due to post partum depression. No one knows she was Amish as a youth so she flees to her Amish grandfather. HE rejects her and the twins since her parents had been shunned. WIlla tries to find another Amish relative and ends up stranded a the John Miller and his mother Vera. John is a widower and has grown bitter after the loss of his wife. Vera decides [...]

    10. Willa is oddly strong and vulnerable at the same time. She has little or no control over anything in her life. She is 7 months pregnant, recently widowed, and on the run from her in-laws who have been seeking custody of her twin daughters since their birth. There appears to be no place she can hideor is there? She grew up in an Amish community and still has family there. Will they take her in?John is an Amish man who has grieved the loss of his wife and unborn child for 4 years. He has hidden hi [...]

    11. This was a beautiful story. I enjoyed it very much. Willa had to go on the run with her twin daughters and she encounters John Miller an Amish man who offers his assistance. Willas husband was tragically killed and she is pretty far in her pregnancy. She is turned away from her old order Amish grandfather and once again she encounters John. He is widowed and living with his mother. His heart begins to open up to the twins and he starts to fall for Willa. She is afraid to share her past because s [...]

    12. Loved ItWilla was running from a lot of things without all the facts. When she arrived at her grandfather's house seeking help and understanding he turned her away. She was trying to make it to her great aunt's home she became disoriented and passed out. If it had not been for John Miller her and her children could have died. John has closed himself off from the world after he lost his wife and unborn child. But Willa and her twin daughters help him to realize all that he was missing. Wonderful [...]

    13. When I first heard the title I envisioned someone having surprise twins for Christmas but then I see the cover and know that can't be the case as these little girls are much older.I was drawn in by the mystery surrounding the young mother and her little girls. I cried as she got bad news and wasn't sure if I was ready for her to fall in love.

    14. I Read this on the kindle This was a really good story which I enjoyed Only downside is that I had a feeling that I read this or a story so very much like it but as of the time of reading it the book had only been released a day

    15. Absolutely loved this adorable book and could hardly put it down. Loved how the story had a happy ending after all the tragedy this woman and her daughters had to endure.

    16. Enjoyable read! A bit predictable but also some nice twists and turns that make you want to keep reading. NotInteresting inclusion p.s. post partum psychosis made this a believable plot

    17. I love a good Christmas story filled with family, faith and love. Nice book to sit by the Christmas tree and read with a cup of tea.

    18. Such a sweet, caring read. Pulled me in from the beginning. A great story line with equally interesting characters.

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