"Amish Baby Collection" series






What would be worse than being a widow, expecting a baby and trying to run her farm alone? 
Libby Wagler was soon to find out. Libby wished for nothing more than her brother's return from rumspringa. 
Brock Harding won half a farm in a poker game. What will he do when he visits the farm to be faced with an angry Amish woman? 
Libby wants nothing more than for the man who cheated her brother to get off her farm. 
However, with the farm failing, could a bad mannered, rough looking cowboy be Libby's answer to prayer? 

The Gambler's Amish Baby is Book 1 in the 'Amish Baby Collection'








On hearing the tragic news that his sister and brother-in-law had suffered a fatal accident, Troy raced to the hospital to take charge of his baby niece, Emily. 
When Troy arrives at the hospital, he is not permitted to take the baby. 
He sees Emily in the arms of Amish woman, Wendy Graber. 
Troy learns that Wendy is the one keeping the baby from him and vows to take her to court. 
Despite the fact that Wendy shows him proof his sister wanted Emily to be raised by her within the Amish community, Troy sets out to convince Wendy that with his money and connections Emily would have a better life with him. 
Wendy struggles with her attraction to Troy knowing that she must focus on defeating him in his quest to take Emily away from her. 
With his growing fondness for the quiet Amish woman, will Troy be as ruthless with the lawyers as he had first threatened? 
Can there be a compromise between their two worlds when the two are convinced that Emily would not thrive in the other's care? 

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When Mary and Hezekiah discovered an abandoned baby on their property, they did what they considered best, which was to keep her circumstances a secret and raise her themselves. 
When Rose turns eighteen and is weeks away from marrying James, she discovers how she came to live with Mary and Hezekiah. Angry that she's been lied to her entire life, Rose tells James she cannot marry him and leaves her Amish community. 
Devastated that his future wife has cancelled their wedding, James sets about to look for Rose's birth parents in the hope that finding them will help Rose change her mind. 

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Twenty year old Amish girl, Sarah, has to live with the fact that she's accidentally burned down the family home. Sarah stays with her cousins while organising the rebuild for the house.
One of the builders, Peter King, whom she's known all her life, proposes marriage. Despite having never considered him as a marriage prospect due to his quiet personality and nervous stutter, Sarah agrees to consider his proposal.
Sarah's older sister, Bessie, left the community and had a baby out of wedlock. Bessie returns with her baby, Simone, and asks Sarah to look after the baby.
As Sarah spends more time with Peter, her feelings for him grow, yet Peter suddenly seems uninterested in her.
Is Peter's lack of interest due to the baby, or is it something to do with the young woman who is staying at his parents' house?
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Days before Christmas, Jonas and Beth Byler and their six-month-old baby, Zac, are driving in their buggy when it is forced off the road.
They are rushed to the hospital where it is confirmed that Zac escaped injury, and Beth has a broken leg. Jonas has not regained consciousness.
Beth must rely on hospital staff to help care for baby Zac, who remains by her bed. When Beth wakes the next morning, she finds her baby is missing.
When the police search is unsuccessful, Beth's faith is tested.
With anger welling within, she fights the instinct to lay blame on God, the hospital staff, and herself.
Will Beth ever see her baby again? What will she tell her husband when he recovers?
When Jonas regains consciousness on Christmas morning, will he open his eyes to see his wife and baby?


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