Amish Christmas Twins by Patricia Davids

Amish Christmas Twins: Review by Susan Scott Ferrell

Amish Christmas Twins – Charming and Refreshing

I 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 young mother of twins with a babe on the way – she’s also on the run. After her husband is killed, she has no choice but to flee to her Swartzentruber Amish grandfather. But all is not so easy.

By providence she ends up at John’s home. Can he and his mother keep Willa safe? Can they keep her secret? What will their church think of these newcomers? Read and find out!

I was given Amish Christmas Twins in exchange for my honest review. It was a true pleasure to read. As with her last novel, Davids really does her research when it comes to Amish customs and lifestyle. More than one “Amish genre author” could learn a thing or two. It’s so refreshing. This is a lovely, quick read! Grab a cup of cocoa and cozy up with this charming novel.

Susan Ferrell and her husband make their home in the Atlanta Metro area. Although Susan struggles with chronic migraine headaches, she stays very busy as a stay-at-home mom to one very precocious little girl. While catching her breath, she feeds her Amishaholic tendencies by reading vast amounts of Amish literature!

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