When an Amish woman falls for the New York crime writer who buys her family farm, she must decide whether to follow the longings of her heart or the rules of her faith. When Hope Yoder loses her husband,...
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When an Amish woman falls for the New York crime writer who buys her family farm, she must decide whether to follow the longings of her heart or the rules of her faith.
When Hope Yoder loses her husband, she is left trying to support her two small children-and one on the way-any way she can. She ends up taking a job as a part-time housekeeper to the English man who has bought the farm that once belonged to her family.
Logan Parker is a bestselling crime fiction writer from New York City who accompanies his fiancée on a trip to Holmes County, Ohio, but the trip takes a strange turn when he sees an Amish farmhouse for sale. Intrigued by a strong sense of familiarity, he enters the house and is overcome with a feeling of deep peace. He's never been to Ohio before, but something in this house feels right, and he purchases the farm to use as a writer's retreat. Something about the peacefulness of the house frees him the crippling writer's block that threatens to ruin his career, and something about the quiet Amish woman who comes to clean his home makes him less and less excited about returning to New York and the woman he is supposed to marry.
Slowly, Logan and Hope are drawn together, and when they discover that they share a strange past, they must decide how that affects their future. Will Hope overcome her fear of embracing love again?
Prior to writing books, Serena wrote for many periodicals, including"Woman's World", "Guideposts", Billy Graham's "Decision Magazine", "Reader's Digest", "Focus on the Family", "Christian Woman", Dorchester's "True Story" and "The""Detroit Free Press Magazine." She was also a ghost writer for a story published in "Chicken Soup for the Mother's Soul II. "Serena's next three titles, all historical romance, are due for release by Revell in 2011, 2012, and 2013. She has spent many years partnering with her husband in full-time ministry and presently lives on a farm in southern Ohio near a thriving