[BOOKS] ✯ The Amish Nanny (Brides of Amish Country, #11) ✴ Patricia Davids – Tkcleaningservices.co.uk

A Family In Need A Reclusive Amish Logger, Ethan Gingerich Is Comfortable Around His Draft Horses Than The Orphaned Niece And Nephews He S Taken In Yet He S Determined To Provide The Children With A Good, Loving Home The Little Ones, Including A Defiant Eight Year Old, Need A Proper Nanny But When Ethan Hires Shy Amishwoman Clara Barkman, He Never Expects Her Temporary Position To Have Such A Lasting Hold On All Of Them Now This Man Of Few Words Must Convince Clara She S Found Her Forever Home And Family Brides Of Amish Country Finding True Love In The Land Of The Plain People. The Amish Nanny (Brides of Amish Country, #11)


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10 thoughts on “The Amish Nanny (Brides of Amish Country, #11)

  1. says:

    4 STARS I like Brides of Amish Country series I have read about half of them and some day would not reading the ones I have missed so far I really enjoyed the characters Children steal your heart Both Ethan and Clara have been hurt in their past and don t plan to fall in love and marry There are familiar characters for those who have been reading this series It can stand alone fine Ethan Gingerrich lost his brother a


  2. says:

    The Amish Nanny by Patricia Davids Ethan Gingerrich lost his brother and his wife to a storm He brought his 2 nephews and niece to live with him He is a logger He can t work that job with children around him He has his hands full.Clara Barkman character we met in Shepard s Bride She is oldest of four girls Her uncle raised them after their parents died He beat them and did not treat them right She was being forced to ma


  3. says:

    Once burned twice shy sure applies to this story, and in particular to Ethan Gingerich, and his outlook on taking a wife In away it also applies to shy and horribly abused Clara Barkman, no child should have to live under the conditions that she and her sisters endured.Now things have changed and God has answered her prayers, they are living a happy life with her Grandfather Each of the girls is moving on with their lives


  4. says:

    I think I fall a littlein love with Hope Springs with each book The Amish Nanny sees Clara Barkman finding love If you are following the series, her character was introduced in The Shepherd s Bride, which was her sister Lizzie s story.I loved that book, but The Amish Nanny is even better.I m a sucker for books with young children, especially those in need of some extra TLC, and Micha, Amos and Lily are all in need of that, ha


  5. says:

    The Barkman sisters are back and this time it is Clara s story that held me spellbound I gobbled this one up in an afternoon, it was that good Loved the blend of humour and drama and the stilted romance I say stilted because poor Ethan is truly out of his element and that makes for fun reading Also appreciate the fact that the author understands that even shy, retiring maidels can be heroines in their...


  6. says:

    4.5 out of 5 stars Three Amish children, loose their parents in a freak lightening accident, move into their Uncle s home and with the help of their Amish nanny they become a family again It s a sweet story about redemption, love, and the meaning of family Readof this review and a teaser here


  7. says:

    Just finished this book in the large print I really enjoy this author s books This one was no exception The characters were both struggling with forgiveness issues, and both seemed to allow the hurt and regrets of the past interfere with a p...


  8. says:

    4.5 out of 5 stars Three Amish children, loose their parents in a freak lightening accident, move into their Uncle s home and with the help of their Amish nanny they become a family again It s a sweet story about redemption, love, and the meaning of family Readof this review and a teaser here


  9. says:

    This was a sweet light read The writing was a little repetitive some of the same thoughts were brought up repeatedly throughout The story might have been a little too simple I think the story neededcommunity interaction besides just focu...


  10. says:

    Abuse and PTSD are not typically addressed in Amish themed novels, but Davids does it impressively It is well researched and educates the reader on Amish logging practices RT Book Reviews 4 stars Miniseries Brides of Amish Country


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