A Hope Springs Christmas by Patricia Davids
Publisher: Love Inspired
Series: Brides of Amish Country(Book 7)
Goodreads Summery: Amish widow Sarah Wyse does not see wedding bells in her future. Still, she can’t think of a better way to spend the Christmas season than helping her handsome, shy neighbor Levi Beachy find a wife. But once the single ladies of Hope Springs start visiting his buggy shop, Levi sends the town’s eligible men Sarah’s way. Neither expects to find love—but with help from the close-knit community, they just might mend each other’s broken heart.
Sarah is a widow. She lost her husband to cancer and plans to never remarry because she does not think she could deal with that kind of loss again. She was happy working at her job but with her job gone she is questioning what she is going to do now. Her answer comes in the name Levi. Levi is the man who used to work with her husband and the man who now runs the buggy shop her husband owned. Levi’s sister goes to visit her grandma and this leaves him without help in the buggy shop. Sarah offers to help him. Before leaving Levi’s sister asks Sarah to help Levi find a wife and she thinks helping him in the shop is the perfect way to help find him a wife. What she does not plan on is possibly falling for him herself!
I really enjoyed this book. This was a very sweet Amish romance.
What I liked: I really liked both Sarah and Levi. Levi was shy and had trouble saying what he was feeling. Once Sarah got to know Levi it was fun how they interacted and I was rooting for them to stop trying to set each other up and realize their feelings.
What I did not like: Not much this was a fun quick book and it was over too fast.
This was a great book. It was easy to read and hard to put down. I want to go back and read some of the other books in this series. If you like Amish fiction this is a must read!
This book also gets my
I only give this to books I really enjoy and lose a lot of sleep reading.
DISCLOSURE: I was provided a free copy of this ebook from the publisher through NetGalley to review it. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own.