Amish romance for moms

In time for Mother’s Day are several new Amish romance books!

First is “A Mother’s Love” by Charlotte Hubbard.

Rose has experienced too much in a year — the death of her husband and her mother. Her mother also let a secret slip — Rose was adopted. A newcomer to town, Matthias, offers friendship and possible romance, that is until he makes a partnership with Saul — who happens to be married to Rose’s birth mother. When her husband finds out all the truth, all of the relationships are shaken to their core and must see if they can stand up in trying times.

This is a lovely story of mothers and daughters that is just in time for the season.

“A Mother’s Love” is published by Kensington. It is $16.95 and 310 pages long.

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A young woman must overcome the death of her husband in “Upon a Spring Breeze” by Kelly Irvin.

Bess is readying for the birth of her first child when her husband suffers a tragic accident and dies. Bess is heartbroken and struggling to go on. Aidan, her husband’s best friend, is also suffering from the death of his friend, and feels responsible to help Bess. But the longer he is around her, his feelings begin to change. Does she have a possibility of a future with him? Will a group of widows help her overcome her suffering?

A warm story of second-chances and growth, this is a tale that will make you smile.

“Upon a Spring Breeze” is published by Zondervan. It is $15.99 and 336 pages long.

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Daughters find out the truth behind their parents’ marriage in “The Beloved Hope Chest” by Amy Clipston.

Mattie’s daughters know she’s been keeping a secret from them, with clues being found in her old hope chest. What will the last clue bring? Mattie hasn’t talked about her past much, but now sees it coming to light. Her children’s father wasn’t her first choice of husband. But that isn’t the only thing lurking in the past. What will her story bring to the family?

This is a satisfying conclusion to the “Amish Heirloom” series and tells a wonderful story of redemption and family.

“The Beloved Hope Chest” is published by Zondervan. It is $15.99 and 320 pages long.

Contact Amy Phelps at aphelps@newsandsentinel.com

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