Review: The Amish Bride by:Emma Miller
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Ellen Beachey’s dreams of being a devoted Amish wife and mother are finally within her reach. But she didn’t expect she’d have to choose between two brothers. Golden-haired Micah has a heart filled with adventure and a ready smile. Serious but gentle elder brother Neziah is a devoted and caring father of two. But Ellen and Neziah share a heartbreaking past that might prevent any hope of a future. Ellen never imagined an arranged union as a way to find true love. She wants to be loyal to her family, but she needs to follow her heart…if only she can figure out what it wants.
Ellen Beachey is a young woman that I definitely feel sorry for. She has to choose between two guys to marry and she has a month to do it. The guys are both brothers one of which she has had a relationship with in the past.
In this book you will be introduced to yet another way that the Amish handle specific situations involving their unmarried older children. The boys’ father decides one day to discuss this with Ellen and it gives her a very tight deadline. Should she follow her heart or honor her family?
This is a very short read, reaching just over 250 pages and it has rich characters and a strong story line.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.
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