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His Unexpected Amish Twins (Unexpected Amish Blessings #1) (Mass Market)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Unexpected Amish Blessings series.
When Micah Miller’s brother and sister-in-law are killed in a buggy accident, he’s devastated. But he fulfills the promise he made when their twins were born seven years earlier: to raise Jabin and Chloe should tragedy strike. Still, coping with the children’s grief as well as his own, requires extra support. He’s surprised to find an Amish farm that offers just that . . .
Hope Graber had to find a way to save the family farm after her daed’s health forced him to stop breeding horses. Providing animal therapy proved to be the answer—thanks to the help of expert trainer Logan Russell. Together, they not only pay the bills, they make positive changes in children’s lives. Hope loves working with each child, but she takes a special interest in the Miller twins. She even makes Micah smile again—and he does the same for her. In fact, as Micah emerges from his depression, he longs to make them one happy family. But will Hope’s debt to her Englisch trainer, and their close partnership, stand in the way?
About the Author
Inspirational author, Rachel J. Good grew up near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the setting for her Amish romances, and she frequently visits Amish friends, who help to ensure the accuracy of her novels. She is the author of more than 2300 articles and 50 books in print or forthcoming under several pseudonyms. The first book in her Love & Promises series (Grand Central), The Amish Teacher’s Gift, spent five weeks on the BookScan bestseller list.
A former teacher and children’s librarian, Good completed her MA from Vermont College while raising five children and is presently completing her thesis in the Hollins University MFA program. In addition to balancing freelance editing and illustrating careers, she teaches writing and creativity classes.
A member of RWA, ACFW, ALA, and SCBWI, Good speaks regularly at civic events, schools, libraries, and conferences across the country. More information about Rachel can be found at: