When Rebecca Lehman, a pretty, young Amish girl, goes missing the whole Amish community draw together to try to find her. Sadie Zook, the mother of Rebecca's best friend, becomes drawn into the investigation to find the murderer.
Martha King is overweight and lacking in confidence but her family is wealthy. Jacob Yoder decides that she would make a great match for his only son Isaac. However, Isaac isn't keen on the idea. Martha King has begun to think that she will never find a husband. Her problems with overeating began when her father died when she was young. Food was her comfort and her only friend. The more comfort she looked for, the bigger she got. She is the subject of constant barbs and whispers, she pretends she can't hear it. But she does.
When Jacob Schrock's body is found at the foot of his barn early one morning, it was assumed that he had simply fallen to his death and the community gather around the widow to offer support. Hannah Byler has never married, at 25 she half believes it is too late and she half lives in regret at what she might have done in the Englisch world. As she watches Jacob's body being lowered into the ground her mind starts working and she feels that there may be more to the accident than meets the eye.
Sarah, Emma, and Martha are the Bontrager sisters. Eli, Emma's beloved husband, is dead. She has to start to build a new life without him. As Emma struggles to cope with her grief, someone from her past makes a return into her life.
After their conflicts and disagreements, the sisters are united in the Amish community once again. Emma and Jarron are expecting a new addition to their family. Everything is well in their world, apart from a nagging self-doubt that something isn't right. A ghost from Christmas' past just adds to that doubt. Martha has some unexpected news to share with everyone, but it is Sarah who might end up supplying the biggest surprise of all....
When Jonas Esch's house is ravaged by fire, Katie Byler joins the rest of the Amish community to fight the flames. Katie is joined in the fire-fighting by handsome Henry Christner who, despite Katie's best efforts, has failed to ask her on any buggy rides. When Henry shows his resentment for Matthew, a young man he considers to be an outsider, Katie comes up with a plan to make Henry notice her. But is there more to the Englischer who rushed to be baptized than meets the eyes, and are Henry's fears about the man real?
Emma Bontrager is continuing to hide her rebellious young sister, Martha. However, Emma has deep concerns about the state of her sister's health and doesn't know what to do and who to turn to. Meanwhile the handsome Englischer Jarron Williams has a huge secret that he needs to offload on someone.
Emma, the middle sister of three Amish girls, is having doubts about her life, faith and love. Her elder sister, Sarah, is married and about ready to give birth, whilst her younger sister, Martha, is almost 16 and full of life. Emma, isn't sure where she fits in and how she really feels about Eli.
"A collection of short chapters !"
Eight great Amish romance books in another fantastic anthology. Fantastic, heartwarming, clean romance listening. In this collection of stories, Amish women battle doubts about their faith, their lives and their own strengths to find true love with handsome men who will treat them as God intended.
Sarah King's young world was left destroyed when Jacob Troyer, her true love, left her. After two years she still is no closer to coming to terms with her grief. A chance encounter leaves her rock bottom. David Gingerich is returning to the Amish community after leaving in the English world since he was child. However, his aunt falls ill and he and Sarah have to act quickly to save her. Will Sarah learn to love again or will she leave for something new?
When a handsome English visitor arrives at Rachel King's door asking to see her recently deceased father it opens up a whole different world and some stunning revelations.
Hannah Stoltzfus is a 20-year-old Amish girl who doesn't like the family restaurant business. She would much rather the family still owned the farm that they had worked for generations. It doesn't help that the business is struggling. Hannah's mother feels that the time is right for her daughter to marry. However, there are no suitable candidates that catch her eye. Only Daniel, who works in the restaurant, appears to be an option. But Hannah has little interest. Then a handsome Englisch lawyer called Max walks into the restaurant one evening and captivates Hannah.
Michael's relationship with an Englisch woman is going strong despite his father's objections. Is Andrew Byler just been mean for the sake of it...or is there another reason for his displeasure?
Rebecca Miller was fed up with the talks from her parents about the fact that she was getting old. She wasn't yet 20, but her parents seemed determined to marry her off at the earliest opportunity. Eli was the most handsome young Amish man in the community. The problem was he knew it. He knew all of the girls were half in love with him. His father knew it as well, and he was determined to get Eli married before any Englisch girls got hold of him.
Katie Byler is almost ready to commit to the Amish life, but before she does, she wants just one taste of Englisch life. However, her beau, Matthew, an outsider until recently, refuses to help her experience it. Katie is confused as to why? When Katie's sister Mary rushes in with some unpleasant news, the pieces begin to slot into place. But is there more to the Amish outsider's lies than meets the eye?
A young Amish man believes he will never find love. Nathan was a young man uncomfortable in his own skin. He never went out and interacted with young people his own age. Until his parents forced him to attend the singing. Martha was a beautiful young woman who decided that she would talk to Nathan. That was until her attention was captured by the tall, handsome Andrew Troyer. The young man that made all the Amish girl's blush. Who would win Martha's heart?
When Sampson falls ill, Joanna believes it to be her fault, as she prayed the marriage would not happen. Yet all the time Sampson lies gravely ill, she and Eli grow closer together--especially when they search for a missing treasure from Eli's dark past. Eli is fighting his own problems--his lack of faith and if he wants to rejoin the Amish or not. There is one person who could convince him to stay. But she seems destined for another.
When Ruth Glick is hurt in an accident, she has feelings of anger and vengeance toward the uncaring Englischer who caused her pain. Her mother attempts to teach her daughter that forgiveness is the right cause of action, but Ruth is not so sure. However, the accident causes a surprising figure from her past to re-enter her young life. And with it, feelings of love and confusion.
Katie Weaver is 21 and her parents begin to press her on the issue of marriage. This is not a subject that she wishes to discuss. At 14, she was badly burned when the family home caught fire. It was only the actions of brave Jacob Zook that saved her life that dark night. Zook, the hero of the community for his bravery, is now 29 and already a widower, his wife being struck down with the ravages of cancer. Since the death of his wife, he doubts God, his faith, and his way of life.
All four of Hannah Schrock's Young Spring Love Amish romance short stories in one box set: "Amish Bishop's Daughter", "An Amish Arrangement", "Amish Betrayal", and "Amish Rejection".