Courting Caleb

Courting Caleb

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Series: Amish Mail Order Grooms, Book 2
Publisher: Zebra
Publication Year: 2022
ASIN: B09BKB97MY
ISBN: 9781420151671

Set against thebeautiful backdrop of Appalachia, CBA bestselling author Kelly Long’s second installment in The Amish Mail Order Grooms series is a heartwarming, emotionally rich romance, as young women determined to wed advertise for husbands in an Amish newspaper…

In a small Appalachian community with few single men, young Amish women take fate in hand and help forge their own paths to happy marriages…

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In a small Appalachian community with few single men, young Amish women take fate in hand and help forge their own paths to happy marriages . . .

Wanted: An Amish Mail Order Groom. Age 20‑30. Must understand that courting will follow the marriage ceremony in gut order. Seeking one who is reserved, quiet, and bookish.

It worked for her best friend, so why shouldn’t Abigail Mast, the local potter of Blackberry Falls, follow suit and advertise for a groom? But her plan goes awry when two men arrive in answer to her ad. The bishop’s unexpected solution: Abigail should court them both and make a decision by Valentine’s Day. Just as the clay she works with reveals its true purpose in time, surely she will discover which man is most suited to be her
husband . . .

Caleb thought his bruder was crazy for answering an ad and agreeing to marry a complete stranger. Yet there’s no denying he’s found a gut wife and a happy life. Rather than agree to the unsuitable match his father has made for him, Caleb answers another ad from faraway Blackberry Falls. There he discovers a woman who makes him forget his past—and a rival groom-to-be. Will Gott free all involved to make the right decisions for their heads and their hearts?

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