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#Win Amish Christmas Blessings by Jo Ann Brown & Marta Perry (US)


JO ANN BROWN is a lifelong storyteller and the award-winning author of numerous romantic novels. She also writes as Marianne Ellis. A former U.S. Army officer, she has taught creative writing at Brown University and is thrilled whenever one of her students publishes. She is active in adoptive family support. She currently lives in Nevada with her family, which includes one very spoiled cat.









Praise for Jo Ann Brown

“Brown’s latest is a faith-filled read sure to touch hearts. Readers will be pleased to find out that the storyline about the children’s origins is resolved.”
—RT Book Reviews



MARTA PERRY is a Pennsylvania-based author of more than 35 novels, many of them inspirational romances. She uses her rural Pennsylvania life and her Pennsylvania Dutch heritage in writing her books, especially in her Pleasant Valley Amish series for Berkley Books and her new Amish-set suspense series for HQN Books. Marta and her husband live in a centuries-old farmhouse in a quiet central Pennsylvania valley. They have three grown children and six beautiful grandchildren, and when she's not busy writing her next book, she's usually trying to keep up with her gardening, baking for church events, or visiting those beautiful grandchildren.





Praise for Marta Perry

 “With her beautiful storytelling, Perry weaves a tale that expertly captures the expressions, attitudes and ways of the Pennsylvania Dutch Amish with precision and charm.”
—RT Book Reviews


Harlequin Love Inspired; October 18, 2016
$5.99 U.S.; 224 Pages
ISBN: 9780373719884


Explore the Amish community this holiday season with two tales to warm your heart.

The Midwife's Christmas Surprise by Marta Perry

Three years ago, the man Anna Zook hoped to marry left her and their Amish community for the English world. Now devoted to proving her abilities as a midwife, Anna has given up on marriage and children for herself. But when Benjamin Miller returns, now a changed man, can delivering a Christmas baby reunite these two hurting hearts?

A Christmas to Remember by Jo Ann Brown

When a little girl leads shop owner Amos Stoltzfus to an Amish woman in distress, he rushes them to his family's farm. “Linda” has no memory and doesn't know if the sweet child is her daughter or even her kin. As Christmas arrives and Linda's identity is revealed, will Amos be able to claim his holiday guests as his own?

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Comments

  1. I like both books. I like one because of the midwife in the story. I like the other one because of the woman in distress. Would love to read each one.

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  2. oooh, the time when Christmas is coming is the best time of the year. All these songs, Home Alone movies, etc.

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  3. Love Inspired are wonderful books to read. The stories re the perfect length, not too long and not too short. Amish books and Amish Christmas books are a wonderful thing to read. Both of these authors I have read before and would love to read more by these authors. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity. Cnnamongirl@aol.com

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