An Amish Widow and Her Baby

An Amish Widow and Her Baby
Series: Five Amish Babies
Genre: Amish Romance
Tag: amish romance

Grief-stricken Hannah Miller thought she had felt the worst kind of loss. After the death of her husband and parents, she didn’t think things could get worse, but sadly, she was wrong.
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A terrible rumor that she was cursed surfaced in her Ohio community, forcing Hannah and her precious baby Noah to return to her childhood home in Faith’s Creek.

Hannah is hoping to rediscover her roots, connect with a loving community, and strengthen her faith in Gott’s plan for her.
Upon her arrival, she discovers her family homestead in disrepair. Though Hannah wishes to keep to herself, Bishop Beiler offers help from Jacob Fisher.

Jacob is known among the community as a kind and courteous man. He’s hard-working and has taken his sole responsibility for his younger sister in his stride. Jacob lives to provide a happy home for young Miriam even when she doesn’t make it easy. He thinks Hannah is beautiful, kindhearted, and easy to talk to. He enjoys working on her farm and looks forward to helping make the land bountiful again.

Unfortunately, not everyone is happy with Hannah’s return to Faith’s Creek. Leah Schwartz has her eyes set on Jacob. In her mind, they’ve been courting for years. Her desire to win Jacob’s heart leads her down a dark road.

When the cruel rumors begin chasing her once again, Hannah must decide if the life she’s started building in Faith’s Creek is worth fighting for. Does she have the faith and fortitude to fight for the family she could have with Jacob?

As Jacob and Hannah find their resilience and faith tested, will they turn to each other or be ripped apart by maliciousness and fear? Will they embrace hope and their belief in Gott’s plan?

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