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“You buried my husband four years ago.”

In the filtered light of a spring funeral, Amisch Rob Avery stills his shovel to stare at the beautiful woman in front of him. He knew her words to be true. He was, after all, the caretaker of the local cemetery, and he remembered her well. Such beauty is impossible to forget.

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Kelly Long

CBA bestselling author, Kelly Long, writes deeply emotional romantic fiction; including Amish and medical romance as well as Bible Studies. Kelly explores the intricacies of the human heart and the joys of a simpler way of life. In a captivating new series, set in the remote Appalachian community of Blackberry Falls, young women determined to wed, advertise for mail order grooms in a far off newspaper….

Why does God’s love never fail? Sometimes, in the darkest time, we may feel that God has abandoned us or refuses to hear our cries. These feelings are a normal part of the human condition–we fear and our hope is lost. But God doesn’t depend on our faithfulness alone; He depends on His Own faithfulness. He cannot lie or break His promises. He promises to never leave us or forsake us, to never turn His back on us.He always Loves us! So, somewhere “In the middle of the mess, there is Majesty.” Pain can bring us closer to Jesus, And, like a rose in winter, we can rejoice that there is beauty in the harsh cold, if we cling to the God whose LOVE NEVER FAILS!

Kelly’s Amish Garden Book Club

This Facebook group lets Kelly’s readers get to know her better and learn about the Amish. Members of this group learn first hand about Kelly’s upcoming books and events and participate in chats with Kelly. Oh yes, from time to time the group includes giveaways just for members.

Appalachia Mountains

The Mountain Amisch I write about often live in hollows deep inside the forest of the Allegheny Mountains, the foothills of Appalachia. It has been my privilege to know some of these people–both in my youth and as an adult. There is an inherent strength and wonder in the ways they live their lives. Generous and kind, they still often keep to themselves. I am blessed to have grown up where I did.