Will Leah Fisher find love because of a buggy accident?
Could love soften her heart so that she is able to see her answered prayers in Naomi Yoder or will she drive a wedge between her father and the only woman he has shown interest in since Elisabeth Fisher's death?
Leah Fisher lost her mother ten years ago. She is rapidly approaching womanhood and the lack is becoming more difficult every day.
Will she be able to recognize love when it's right in front of her?
Could love be the key to Leah opening her heart, making room for the woman her father intends to marry... or will she stubbornly cling to the memory of her own mother?
Will Leah be able to let go of her own ideas and realize that God truly does know best for her or will she allow love to slip through her fingers, destroying Samuel Fisher and Naomi Yoder's happiness at the same time?
Rachel L Miller writes sweet Amish romance with a focus on faith, family and friendship.
She feels very strongly that God has led her to live a simpler lifestyle ñ thus her deep kinship with the plain people. She enjoys spending time with her family and doing fun, simple things like swimming, making sun tea, sitting outside watching the sunrise or listening to rain fall on the tin roof.
Rachel enjoys writing Amish fiction and hopes that the purity of her stories will allow God's message to shine through more clearly.†She also writes Contemporary Inspirational Romance - and with all of her stories she focuses on presenting romance the way God intended it to be.
Readers can connect with Rachel on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, Goodreads and her website: rlmauthor.com
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She will happily give away 1 paperback (U.S. Only) and 1 ebook (international)
Message from Rachel:
Reading reviews for my novel that have shown up over the last few days, and thinking back to a question that was asked at the Christian Fiction Readers Retreat that I attended last week, I am reminded of the reason we write.
There are many reasons to write novels. Some do it because the characters in their mind won't let them do anything else. Some do it hoping for fame and fortune. Some do it simply because they're good at it. And some do it to inspire!
Inspiration is not something that can be bought, forced or faked. It is a lofty goal, sometimes an impossible one.
And whether the goal is to inspire a reader to reach for a personal achievement they've previously been afraid to attempt... or to inspire a reader to reach for God... to inspire a reader is the ultimate reward (in my opinion) that any author can achieve in their career.
To inspire readers is certainly one of my own personal goals. I write because I have to, because God has filled my imagination with a never-ending well of worlds and the characters who populate them.
I write because it's what God has called me to do.