An Amish Christmas Love is a delightful collection of sweet holiday stories, each honoring love in all its forms, from some of the best loved Amish authors.
Winter Kisses, by Beth Wiseman
Three generations of Stoltzfus women live under one roof. At twenty-five, Naomi has never been married, and both her mother, Barbara, and her grandmother, Ruth, have recently widowed. They each have their own broken or lonely heart to nurse, and they also have their own potential suitors. A storm on Christmas Eve forces the three couples to take shelter in the basement of the Stoltzfus homestead. During the night, secrets are revealed, hearts are opened, and all three potential grooms fall to their knees for different reasons: a proposal, a prayer, and an epiphany.
The Christmas Cat, by Amy Clipston
Emma Bontrager is preparing to spend her first Christmas alone since her husband of 45 years passed away in July. The Amish don't usually allow animals in their homes, but a big, fat, orange barn cat keeps finding a way into Emma's house. She sends the cat away, but it continues to appear in her house, settling on her late husband's favorite wingchair. The cat isn't the only visitor: a group of young people help bring the Christmas spirit to Emma, reminding her that love and hope abound in her own community.
Snow Angels, by Kelly Irvin
David Byler is a young man enjoying his rumspringa. He gave his heart to an Englisch girl, until he realized he couldn't give up his Plain faith for her, so he let her go. Instead, he found a new love in his Bee County Plain community, Molly Shrock. She has been patient, waiting for the man she loves to love her back. Just as he is getting ready to propose, David makes a surprising discover: Bobby McGregor, his Englisch love, is back. Will Molly's prayers for a Christmas love be answered?
Home for Christmas, by Ruth Reid
A misdirected GPS sends Ellie Whestone to the wrong address, leading her to inadvertantly break into the home of Ezra Mast, an Amish man. Ellie hopes to fix up the house left to her by her aunt, so she can sell it quickly, but a series of run-ins with Ezra and his young daughter have her wondering whether a quick sell is the right move. Could this new place with a slower pace be the right home for Ellie?