Brides with Grit Series, Book 12
A sweet historical romance set in 1874.
Rancher’s daughter Amy Sanders escapes her job in a saloon by pretending to be her younger brother Amos and signs on to take care of a railcar load of bulls heading to Kansas. Once the bulls are delivered to the Bar E Ranch, she’ll find a way to survive, even if it means working as a ranch hand.
Eli Fisher, the foreman at the Bar E Ranch, left his Amish community in Pennsylvania after his betrothed ran off with another man. Although he misses his family and home state, he’s adapted to the Kansas prairie and admires the wonderful couple he works for. Now settled, he longs for a woman to share his life and start their own family.
Amy’s and Eli’s upbringing and pasts clash in more ways than one, but once it’s revealed that “Amos” is actually “Amy,” sparks of a different kind ignite.
Can past hurts be forgiven to open the path to a new future for the two, or will it block their chance of happiness together?
Amy Admires an Amish Man is a stand-alone sweet historical romance set in 1874, but you’ll want to read the whole series to enjoy the stories of the Clear Creek, Kansas community.