These are in no particular order… Mostly they’re in the order I read them in…“The Fiddler” by Beverly Lewis
“A Season for Tending” by Cindy Woodsmall
(Book 1 in the Amish Vines and Orchards Series)
“The Winnowing Season” by Cindy Woodsmall
(Book 2 in the Amish Vines and Orchards Series)
“For Every Season” by Cindy Woodsmall
(Book 3 in the Amish Vines and Orchards Series)
“A Simple Amish Christmas” by Vannetta Chapman
“The Christmas Quilt” by Vannetta Chapman
“Hidden” by Shelley Shepard Gray
“Wanted” by Shelley Shepard Gray
“Forgiven” by Shelley Shepard Gray
“The Christmas Singing” by Cindy Woodsmall
“The Sound of Sleigh Bells” by Cindy Woodsmall
“The Dawn of Christmas” by Cindy Woodsmall
Noticing a pattern yet? Lots of Christmas and Lots of Amish!
“A Christmas Gift for Rose” by Tricia Goyer
“A Promise for Miriam” by Vannetta Chapman
(Book 1 of the Pebble Creek Amish Series)
“A Home for Lydia” by Vannetta Chapman
(Book 2 of the Pebble Creek Amish Series)
“A Wedding for Julia” by Vannetta Chapman
(Book 3 of the Pebble Creek Amish Series)
“Home to Pebble Creek” by Vannetta Chapman
(Novella 1 of the Pebble Creek Amish Series)
“Christmas at Pebble Creek” by Vannetta Chapman
(Novella 2 of the Pebble Creek Amish Series) – I’m still hoping for more in this series too!
“The One Year Book of Amish Peace” by Tricia Goyer
(To be fair, I haven’t read it all yet but it’s a devotional so it’s not meant to be read like any other book. The point is, I LOVE IT!)
Now, I’m putting these down here at the bottom, even though I read them before any of the others because they’re in a totally different ball park. They have to be listed because I LOVE THEM!
And I am impatiently awaiting the next book and the coming eBooks!
“The Selection” by Kiera Cass
“The Elite” by Kiera Cass
They have to be mentioned because I read them in 2013 and they are definitely in my favorites. I LOVE reading the Amish fiction because it is so difficult to find clean, decent books out there today. Even among Christian fiction, there are some with questionable subject material. With Amish fiction, you just don’t have to worry about that. And The Selection trilogy is the same in most ways. There is a hint of naughty here and there but it’s handled extremely well and even the descriptions of the rebel attacks are very tame (Not at all like “The Hunger Games” trilogy).
I’ve read at least double the amount of books you see here but these are, by far, my favorites! And I can’t wait to list my upcoming reading list for you. I plan to have it up tomorrow.
Until then, HAPPY NEW YEAR!