Amish Widow's Hope

Amish Widow's Hope

Samantha Price / Dec 12, 2019

Amish Widow s Hope Newly widowed Amish woman Anita Graber has returned to live with her brother and his family in Lancaster County As an expectant widow she is quite surprised when everyone from the bishop s wife to

  • Title: Amish Widow's Hope
  • Author: Samantha Price
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Newly widowed Amish woman, Anita Graber, has returned to live with her brother and his family in Lancaster County As an expectant widow, she is quite surprised when everyone from the bishop s wife to her brother decides that her baby needs a father Anita endures many embarrassing moments as she s forced into one awkward situation after another Even though another man isNewly widowed Amish woman, Anita Graber, has returned to live with her brother and his family in Lancaster County As an expectant widow, she is quite surprised when everyone from the bishop s wife to her brother decides that her baby needs a father Anita endures many embarrassing moments as she s forced into one awkward situation after another Even though another man is the last thing on her mind, she finds a friend in her sister in law s brother, Simon Anita wonders why everyone has rejected Simon as a suitable match for her Will Anita finally convince everyone that she and her baby are happy on their own Could the man that no one sees her with, be the very man who eventually captures her heart This is the first book in a new series by best selling Amish romance author, Samantha Price.

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      • Samantha Price

        Samantha Price is a best selling author who knew she wanted to become a writer at the age of seven, while her grandmother read to her Peter Rabbit in the sun room Though the adventures of Peter and his sisters Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton tail started Samantha on her creative journey, it is now her love of Amish culture that inspires her to write Her writing is clean and wholesome, with than a dash of sweetness Though she has penned over eighty Amish Romance and Amish Mystery books, Samantha is just as in love today with exploring the spiritual and emotional journeys of her characters as she was the day she first put pen to paper Samantha lives in a quaint Victorian cottage with three rambunctious dogs.


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    1. 2 I didn't like it StarsOkay here is the deal I just all around didn't like this book! I have read and liked plenty of Clean romances(meaning no sex) but I have never read a Amish romance. I thought I would give this book a try. Now I wish I hadn't. Right out the gate all the Amish language was annoying me. I had to try and figure out what each thing meant. Gott, Haus, Schweschder, Denke, Jah, Grossdaddi, Nee, Boppli, Vadder, Familye, Bruder, Wunderbaar, Fraa, Kinner, Gut, Dat, Mamm, Bu, Englisc [...]


    2. This book was just okay for me. I was initially interested in it to see how the Amish community would handle a single, pregnant woman returning to her home community following the death of her husband. The first half of the book I appreciated: it gave a true glimpse of her dealing with her grief, of her family's new position having her living with them and her brother's struggle to accept her. But after that part the book felt rushed. The pregnancy flew by to the point where a chapter literally [...]


    3. i read this on the kindleThis is the 1st in the series called Expectant Amish Widows there are lot of books in this serieseach seem to be stand-alone onesI enjoyed this book didn't like the brother thought he was a bully in that he thought his was & views was right but he got better wouldn't say greatI think they way people was saying Anita should marry again so so after the death of her husband how can people regardless if they are Amish or not say this but as my husband is always saying wh [...]


    4. Anita was the only Amish woman on the greyhound bus. But it wasn’t her first trip. Anita’s husband Joshua had died and Anita was a widow and pregnant due for her baby in four months. Joshua and Anita had tried to get pregnant for eight years then it finally happened but tragically the day after Anita and Joshua had found out they were going to be parents he was dead. Anita had lived alone on her and Joshua’s home for three months Then Anita’s younger brother Amos insisted she move back a [...]


    5. I received a copy of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This book is the first in the series about Amish widows. Anita Graber has returned to Lancaster County after the death of her husband. Pregnant with her first child Anita returns home to live with her brother and his family. She is surprised to learn that everyone in the community expects her to remarry. She finds a supportive friend in her sister-in-law’s brother. Simon is several years younger t [...]


    6. Anita is returning home to live with her brother, Amos, and his family in Lancaster County. She has just lost her husband in a tragic buggy accident and she is expecting her first child. Saddened at her loss, she is taken by surprise to discover that everyone in her brother’s community has thought about matching her up with another husband. Amongst the Amish, that is not uncommon. But Anita loved her husband and, although she understands that he is now in a better place, she mourns her loss. I [...]


    7. This is a short sweet Amish read. The storyline was good and interesting to read about the Amish way of life where women are still encouraged to be told by the men in the family what they should do and that their lives should be placed in the men's hands, no matter the ages of both the women and men and that their opinions are still below that of the men.It seems that even though Anita was married for over six years and living far away, her brother who was much younger than her, believed that wh [...]


    8. A quick, easy, light read. I finished it in only a few hours. Just what I needed after a month long drawn out book. I enjoyed reading about a little Amish culture although the book is more about a nice family story and less about the culture. Parts of the story definitely remind the reader the book is set in Amish country, like buggy rides and riding hats, single men being clean shaven while married men have beards, etc however I would have like the author to add more Amish details.After losing [...]


    9. Delightful page-turner with lots of family love, and all the challenges that go along with family life, and promises of a new beginning, especially for the grieving widow Anita Garber.When the story begins we journey with her from the home she made with her deceased husband to her brother’s home in the Lancaster PA area. Her brother Amos seems rather harsh, and abrupt with his family, and seems his desire is to see his recently widowed sister married.I had mixed vibes with Amos, but he does se [...]


    10. Amish Widow’s Hope (Expectant Amish Widows Book 1) by Samantha Price•Time After losing her husband, pregnant and alive she moves back with her brother and his family to the community where she grew up. Now she just wants top focus on her ball I and not worry about men. But everyone including her brother thinks she needs up remarry right away and they all think they know just the right man. Will Anita be able to live her life and actually choose IF, when and to whom she'll marry? You'll have [...]


    11. This was a short read. I have read a lot of other Amish stories, that I liked better than this one. Isha and Ben decide to come back home, after several years away in the English community, when they plan to get married. They think the Amish community is a better place to raise a family. Ben likes to ride his motorcycle fast, and takes one last ride, before turning the motorcycle over to the man who was buying it. Ben is killed in the motorcycle ride. The rest of the book is about Isha learning [...]


    12. ***Audiobook Review***I'm going to start by saying this is not my normal category for romance. I tried this out for the Audible Romance Category Challenge. While I can't say I'll read more Amish Romance anytime soon, I did enjoy the story line even if I found the story a little dull. It was sweet and I think maybe if it had been a little longer I may have enjoyed it more. I learned a little about the way the Amish speak that I didn't know before. In the end I would say this book is short & s [...]


    13. A new widow returns home to live with her brother & his family. After 8 years of marriage, Anita is finally expecting a child and is lost after the sudden death of her husband. While she appreciates living with her brother she finds herself extremely upset with him when he tries to get her to marry again before the birth of her child. Cam she get through to him that she is not ready to think about a new husband but does God have plans for her once her heart heals?


    14. Amish Widow's Hope (Expectant Amish Widows #1) by Samantha Price This is the first time I've read a Amish Book or read anything written by Samantha Price and I will say the writing was good, just not a book I would normally read but it was free and my cousin recommended I try one. But if you like this type of story then I would say you should read it.


    15. Very nice story of family & how they stay together & support one another. Innuendos of life away from family with husband is very different from how family was when growing up. Wonderful to see an Amish woman willing & able to stand firm on her desires.




    16. I was given an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest and independent review. A sweet, easy read with a good insight into the Amish community and their ways,which intrigues me.


    17. When God has a plan no one can change it.We all have to go through times of sorrow but the Lord has already set out the finished plan of our life.


    18. FunThe book was fun to read. I only thought the evening was a little abrupt. I expected a little more.



    19. Free EbookShe’s lost her husband and is pregnant. Her brother brings her home and tries to fix her up with a new husband. She doesn’t want a new husband.


    20. Anita She was lost and alone. Putting her faith in God to tell her what she needed when she needed it or them and who she needed.


    21. EnjoyableAnita's husband Joshua of 8 years died before he he even knew he would be a father. Anita's brother has her move back and live with his family so he can take care of her and The soon to be baby. He decides she needs to marry right away and so does the bishop' s wife . However, Anita is still in grief and wants no part of any matchmaking. Hannah's brother Simon is 6 years younger than Anita. No one feels Simon should pursue Anita because he is too young and here are plenty of girls who w [...]


    22. While I usually enjoy Amish novels, this one was just okay to me. It was just interesting enough to finish, but I didn't feel like I connected with the any of the characters as well as I like to. In a lot of spots it felt rushed, there were a couple small subplots that were introduced and while they were minor side stories it felt like they were built up then suddenly either completely resolved or just not mentioned again.


    23. Nothing like in use toI normally read sexy crazy steamy reads and this was a change of pace for me but I gotta say it was sweet. The story itself was so real and you understood how Anita felt. You wanted to hug her and tell her it would be okay. My only problem is I wish we had gotten more interactions with Simon and Anita. I would have loved more of a chance to see that relationship grow. But over all pretty good read


    24. Wonderful storyI love reading the Amish stories this is the story of Anita and her trip back to happiness after losing her husband Joshua. Anita's brother Amos and the bishop's wife Fran were to funny. Fran with her list of eligible men and her brother Amos trying to play matchmaker.


    25. Enjoyable read, but not outstandingI really enjoy reading books about the Amish cultures. This one, however, was very predictable and unexciting. I did read it all the way through. It would be a nice summer read, when you do not want to need to really concentrate. It is what I would call a "fluff" read.


    26. Amish woman got married again after child were bornA great book that a woman able to find a man fell love with before a child was born and now a man want marry her and be the father of baby and be a husband to her!!


    27. Good story, sweet and cleanMs. Price writes a good, clean Amish story. The strongest parts of this book are the main characters, Anita and Simon. I enjoyed this book and plan to read more by Ms. Price.


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