Young Amish women navigate the rocky road to courtship, friendship, and faith in this heartwarming collection. From Whinburg Township to Colorado and beyond, the choices they make will affect not only their lives, but those of everyone around them.
No journey is too long if God stands in the doorway to welcome you home.
—Whinburg Amish proverb
In The Longest Road, two little Amish girls disappeared from an orchard in Whinburg Township, Pennsylvania. It was a blip on the TV news … until it became personal for Megan and Ashley Pearson thirteen years later. A road trip to Whinburg Township might give Megan some answers—and her empty life a purpose. Two sisters want the truth. Two mothers want their daughters back. But will betrayal and loss prove stronger than love on the longest road home?
In The Highest Mountain, a Colorado dude ranch is the last place that homebody Amanda Yoder believes God wants her. But a group of Amish young people have been hired for the summer, and despite her shyness and fear of change, Amanda goes with them. But once she reaches Colorado and meets Joshua King, a whole new vista opens up before her—if she just has the courage to accept God’s will …
In The Sweetest Song, the summer Simon Yoder broke her heart was the summer Cora Swarey lost her ability to hear the music in God’s creation. Cora is the only woman Simon Yoder has ever wanted, but because of his own pride and conceit, she is out of his reach forever. So at his aunt’s wedding, it’s a shock to see his biggest regret walk in the door. God may be giving him another chance, but he’s pretty certain Cora won’t. Can he show her she’s the one who makes his heart sing?
Plus, enjoy “The Heart’s Return,” a bonus novella! It’s a reunion romance featuring characters you already know and love.