Happy Valentine’s Day from the Amish Fiction Authors!
The Amish Sweet Shop is a trio of novella-length stories, all set in the same Amish town, all at Valentine’s Day. Laura Bradford’s story, The Sweetest Truth, is the 2nd of the 3 stories. You can now purchase the Mass Market version in stores and online so let’s celebrate with a giveaway!
One lucky reader will win a copy of The Amish Sweet Shop PLUS a copy for a friend of your choice. To enter, leave a comment and let us know your favorite candy or sweet treat. 🙂
Giveaway starts today, Friday, February 14th and ends Friday, February 21st and is only open to US residents. The winner will be selected at random and announced on Saturday, February 22nd in the comment section of this blog post. Good luck and don’t forget to share this giveaway with your friends!
It’s almost Valentine’s Day, the busiest time of the year at Beechy’s Sweets, where the Amish gifts of love and faith are even sweeter than the home-made candy.
THE SWEETEST TRUTH National Bestselling Author Laura Bradford:
Sadie Fischer has accepted that she will never marry. Her scars from a barn fire are a daily reminder of why. So when she receives mysterious gifts leading up to Valentine’s Day, including chocolate from Beechy’s, she’s bewildered—yet curious. Sadie may not think she’s pretty, but there’s a young man who sees only sweetness when he looks at her . . .
THE SWEETEST COURTSHIP National Bestselling Author Emma Miller:
At age thirty-six, Jacob Beechy is a rarity—a master candy maker, and a bachelor. His mother, however, still hopes for grandchildren. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, she convinces Jacob he will need extra help in the shop and interviews a string of applicants—for his
future wife . . .
NOTHING TASTES SO SWEET Award-Winning Author Mary Ellis:
Pregnant and suddenly widowed, Hannah must give up the dreams she once had. But when she learns that her longtime English employer plans to sell his hardware store, she’s determined to buy it. She doesn’t realize that will mean following a clue from Beechy’s to clear a man’s name—and finding a partnership in work, faith, and love . . .