Monday, July 3, 2023

The Amish Nanny's Promise





The cover called my name.  How adorable the children are.  The smiles on their faces are precious.  It is obvious that there is much love between them.  But is their any love at all between Fern and Nick?  

A touching story about dealing with loss and having hope for the future.  Fern would do anything to take care of her deceased cousin's children.  Does this include marrying their father? Could she be in a loveless marriage?

My husband was a widower when I met him.  I know that his previous wife wanted him to marry again after she passed. She told him so.  She wanted him to be happy.  He met me the following year after her death.  I am thankful that she gave him and his 14 year daughter her blessings to carry on.  We just celebrated 16 years of marriage. And we couldn't be happier.  I am confident that GOD brought us together and that his deceased wife had her hand in it.

Charity made them promise to care for her children and keep her memory alive. Did she have a bigger plan for her husband and cousin?  With GOD'S intervention, anything is possible.

I loved the book.  This is my first book by Amy Grochowski. It sure won't be my last.  

Great book!





Amy's deep appreciation for the Amish faith and way of life stems from six years of living and working with a Beachy Amish family, as well as her own Anabaptist roots. She is a member of ACFW and Word Weavers Int'l.

Amy spent her childhood in Melbourne, Australia, where her parents worked as church planters. After returning to the States, the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwest Virginia became home. Her real-life romance began on a travel nursing assignment to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she met her husband, David.

After a nursing career of over twenty years, Amy is now fulfilling her long-awaited dream as an author of inspirational romance. She lives in the bustling foothills of North Carolina with her husband and two sons, one of whom has autism spectrum disorder. Learn more at amygrochowski.com or follow Amy on Facebook.
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