Pub Date May 21 2013
About the book . . .
Love Is Only A Letter Away
So what if Joann Yoder’s Amish community deems her a spinster? She’s content to stay single. In the meantime, she’s working hard to finally buy her dream house. So it’s problematic when she’s fired from her job to make room for the nephew’s owner, Roman Weaver. His blue eyes aside, she simply can’t stand him! Good thing she has the secret letters she’s been exchanging with a mystery man to keep her going. But who is writing her letters? And could she possibly fall for him in real life, too?
Brides of Amish Country: Finding true love in the land of the Plain people
About the author . . .
Patricia grew up on a Kansas farm with four brothers, three horses and numerous dogs. After college she began a wonderful career as a nurse. In 1973, Pat wrote a letter to a lonely sailor. Little did she know her talent with words would bring her love, marriage and motherhood.
An avid reader, Pat longed to write a book, but put her dream on hold as she raised a family and worked in an NICU. It wasn’t until 1996 that she began writing seriously. Today, Pat enjoys crafting emotionally satisfying romances where love and faith bring two people together forever.
Reader review . . .
Since the death of her parents, Joann has accepted her life as the family spinster. Working at a local print shop, she hopes to save enough money to purchase her own home. But when the business owner decides to help his injured nephew, Joann not only loses her job, but is asked to teach her successor how to fill her position. She finds solace in her secret pen pal relationship with an anonymous man who leaves letters at her favorite fishing spot. Joann must decide whether to meet this man and take a chance on love.
Plain Admirer is a light Christian fiction romance featuring the Amish. Setting the story in a print shop is a nice touch, as most Amish novels seem to portray them only as farmers and quilters. Beyond that, it is your typical Christian romance with the Amish twist. Enjoyable, clean, nothing unusual.
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