In the first story, The Christmas Visitors, Martha Coblentz and her twin sister, Mary, get the perfect Christmas present each. They get to meet two nice gentlemen who are brothers, Nate and Bram Kanagy. They fall in love, but things don’t go as planned for them. In the second story, Kissing the Bishop, Nazareth Hooley and her sister Jerusalem are stranded at Tom Hostetler’s house during a bad snow storm. This could prove an invaluable opportunity for everyone involved.
I really enjoyed reading these two stories and have to admit that at first I didn’t realize this was the same author, with two different names she writes under. I loved her writing style and her characters were easy to fall in love with. Each story provided a little Christmas miracle, of sorts, to everyone involved and it was just a pleasure to read through. If you’re a fan of Amish stories, this is definitely one you should look into for this holiday season.
In Willow Ridge, Missouri, the Christmas season is a time when faith brings peace, family brings warmth and new romance brings sparkling joy. . .
Twins For Christmas
For spirited Martha Coblentz and her twin Mary, the snow has delivered the perfect holiday and birthday present to their door--handsome brothers Nate and Bram Kanagy. But when unforeseen trouble interrupts their season's good cheer, it will take unexpected intervention--and sudden understanding--to give all four the blessing of a lifetime. . .
Kissing The Bishop
As the year's first snow settles, Nazareth Hooley and her sister are given a heaven-sent chance to help newly widowed Tom Hostetler tend his home. But when her hope that she and Tom can build on the caring between them seems a dream forever out of reach, Nazareth discovers that faith and love can make any miracle possible. . .