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The Amish Midwife An Unexpected FamilyAmish midwife Anne Stoltzfus is used to late night visitors but she s shocked to find reclusive bachelor Joseph Lapp on her doorstep with a baby in his arms Their neighborly quarrels are pushed aside when Joseph explains that his sister has left her daughter in his care and Joseph needs Anne to be her nanny Soon they re bonding over baby Leah, and the love they feel for her is healing them both When Joseph makes an offer of marriage, Anne s painful past resurfaces and she s unsure of what to do But taking a chance could mean love and family are waiting just across the fenceLancaster Courtships Life and love in Amish country ❰Epub❯ ➝ Longbow Girl Author Linda Davies – Kleankitchen.co.uk and the love they feel for her is healing them both When Joseph makes an offer of marriage [Epub] ❦ On His Naughty List By Jessica Jarman – Kleankitchen.co.uk Anne s painful past resurfaces and she s unsure of what to do But taking a chance could mean love and family are waiting just across the fenceLancaster Courtships Life and love in Amish country


10 thoughts on “The Amish Midwife

  1. Anna Anna says:

    Anne was super sassy at one point chucking a smashed tomato at her infuriating neighbor Joseph , but has a big heart when it counts Also, mischievous goats are involved in the matchmaking of these two very stubborn people All in all, a nice break off from my usual It also avoided being overtly, zealously preachy Seeing as the in your face God talk is why I usually avoid Amish romances fiction, I count this one as an overall win


  2. Susan Susan says:

    Joseph does not want to be responsible for Leah He failed Fannie and he knows he won t do right by Leah either He begs his neighbor, Anne to help him by becoming Leah s nanny THE AMISH MIDWIFE is such a different story and I was instantly pulled in to this, at times, heartbreaking story What kind of a mother can just walk away from her child Will Joseph be able to put his fears aside and raise Leah I was on the edge of my seat the whole time reading their story, afraid of what was going to Joseph does not want to be responsible for Leah He failed Fannie and he knows he won t do right by Leah either He begs his neighbor, Anne to help him by becoming Leah s nanny THE AMISH MIDWIFE is such a different story and I was instantly pulled in to this, at times, heartbreaking story What kind of a mother can just walk away from her child Will Joseph be able to put his fears aside and raise Leah I was on the edge of my seat the whole time reading their story, afraid of what was going to come next All of the characters are well developed and felt very real to me Anne was so spunky and sassy that she had me laughing out loud over and over again That is exactly why Patricia Davids is one of my favorite Christian authors.ARC given by Netgalley for honest review


  3. Dianne Dianne says:

    I am starting to like Amish romancesand , the older I get I don t think I love the overt sexuality in other types of romances as much as I used to.I worried about Amish based romances because I don t want to be preached to, or to be told that their God is the only true one I shouldn t have worried Ms Davids adds religion to her romance in a very subtle way and also in a way that soothes your soul.This was a very emotional story and it had me weeping in several spots, yet we do ge I am starting to like Amish romancesand , the older I get I don t think I love the overt sexuality in other types of romances as much as I used to.I worried about Amish based romances because I don t want to be preached to, or to be told that their God is the only true one I shouldn t have worried Ms Davids adds religion to her romance in a very subtle way and also in a way that soothes your soul.This was a very emotional story and it had me weeping in several spots, yet we do get a very happy HEA so never fear.It all started with a tomato patch, a goat and a pair of very stubborn Amish neighbors and a well places thrown tomato, and soon turns serious when Joseph Lapps sister comes home and asks him to take care of her infant for a couple of days Now Joseph needs help from the tomato thrower who also happens to be a midwife.The romance is very subtle, the underlying plot is a good one and the secondary characters are not too pushy but lend the right amount of incentive to push this couple a little closer together.Ms Davids adds to her book a lot of interesting facts about cooking, pumpkins, goats,cheese making etc and I liked that fact very much It was not enough information that it takes away from the story, just enough to leave you a littleinformed and maybe willing to try something new.All in all this was an excellent read


  4. Penmouse Penmouse says:

    Author Patricia Davids book The Amish Midwife is how a good Amish genre book should be written Lately I ve read far too many Amish themed books that dependedon formula writing and less on good writing Davids book uses good writing to tell a great story.I won t give away the specific plot as I don t want to write a spoiler review, but I can write her book is filled with enough twists and turns to keep you interested I also loved the humor, love and warmth expressed by the characters foun Author Patricia Davids book The Amish Midwife is how a good Amish genre book should be written Lately I ve read far too many Amish themed books that dependedon formula writing and less on good writing Davids book uses good writing to tell a great story.I won t give away the specific plot as I don t want to write a spoiler review, but I can write her book is filled with enough twists and turns to keep you interested I also loved the humor, love and warmth expressed by the characters found in The Amish Midwife.If you ve tired of reading Amish themed books due to formula writing, please read The Amish Midwife as it will restore your faith in Amish themed books.Highly recommend.Review written after downloading a galley from NetGalley


  5. Andrea Woodard Andrea Woodard says:

    Loved it, could not put it down.Easy read


  6. Tina Watson Tina Watson says:

    Patricia Davids did excellent research for her book, The Amish Midwife , the third and final book in the series of Lancaster Courtships I have to say that The Amish Midwife has to be my favorite out of all three books in the series.Single, Amish midwife Anne Stoltzfus has lived three years in the small village of Honeysuckle She lives next door to Joseph Lapp, who s goats can t seem to stay in their fence, but instead love to eat Anne s garden Anne grows her garden to make extra money besi Patricia Davids did excellent research for her book, The Amish Midwife , the third and final book in the series of Lancaster Courtships I have to say that The Amish Midwife has to be my favorite out of all three books in the series.Single, Amish midwife Anne Stoltzfus has lived three years in the small village of Honeysuckle She lives next door to Joseph Lapp, who s goats can t seem to stay in their fence, but instead love to eat Anne s garden Anne grows her garden to make extra money besides being a midwife in her area of Lancaster County.Bachelor Amish Goat Farmer Joseph Lapp loves being with his goatsthan being around his church community members But he is their for church members when there is a need and his lending hands are needed Joseph has had his share of hard life at an early age, he became responsible for his sister, Fannie, when she was six years old, their parents lives were taken during a tragic accident along with his girlfriend Fannie Lapp has been out among the Englische for about three years now, writing to Joseph here and there Sudden she returns to Honeysuckle needing his help, but not telling him the whole truth.Will Joseph help his sister Can Anne learn to love goats Does the church help Joseph or will they turn their backs again Can wounds finally heal Will Fannie turn her life around What an exciting, interesting, and a different spin on Amish romance that Patricia Davids has written for us, readers I felt like I was on the edge of my seat the whole time as I was reading The Amish Midwife Patricia Davids has added enough detail to make her book come together and flow fluently that you are not missing anything as you read The Amish Midwife And you learn something too or at least I did I look forward to readingbook by Patricia Davids in the future.All three authors did an excellent job of making sure each other had the information of the characters used and details used in the series, that nothing would be off in their books individually I received a free copy of this book through NetGalley for an honest review No money was exchanged This is my honest review in my own words


  7. Tash Tash says:

    Reviewed Thoughts By Tash Review copy kindly provided by Netgalley in exchange for a honest reviewThe Amish Midwife is the third in the Lancaster Courtship series and can be read standalone though it does refer to previous couples Whilst I hadn t read the previous books, I found myself falling for the story as Davids writes stories that are charming and sweetThis was different from other Amish books I have read , it wasmodern in certain ways The hero and heroine didn t have a courtshi Reviewed Thoughts By Tash Review copy kindly provided by Netgalley in exchange for a honest reviewThe Amish Midwife is the third in the Lancaster Courtship series and can be read standalone though it does refer to previous couples Whilst I hadn t read the previous books, I found myself falling for the story as Davids writes stories that are charming and sweetThis was different from other Amish books I have read , it wasmodern in certain ways The hero and heroine didn t have a courtship per say in the typical sense at first Also if you took the Amish lifestyle away this couple could fit in anywhere and any story but the Amish bit was what made them special.Anne is happily single because of her secret painful past She makes ends meet as a midwife and selling pumpkins however she hasn t lost her spirit She can handle anything and immediately you connect with her sassy spirit when she takes things into hand with her next door neighbour Joseph The owner of the smelly goats she wished weren t next to her property They co exist barely and whilst Leah is involved in the town Joseph stays away wanting to forget where things went wrong.Until his past and present collide when his sister Fannie returns and leaves with him her baby Joseph doesn t have a clue how to look after a baby especially after the fall out with his sister He doesn t want to repeat the mistakes with Leah and turns to the one person who can help Anne The Amish Midwife was a beautiful story of second chances Joseph thinks he can t do anything right I loved that he was sensible to go to Anne to be her nanny thinking that it would be a simple solution It wasn t and that was the magic of the story as this was something different Readers are taken on their journey as the struggle with the decisions It was addicting watching these two overcome things, wondering if the author would give them the ending that they want or wrench things apart for a better ending Davids delivered a beautiful Christian story and one of my favourites to date in this genre.My only big qualm is that I wished Fannie got her story and this wasn t the end of the series As she had a story to tell with past and wonder who would win her heart after all the things she had been to Oh well, I can only imagine Forof my reviews, visit Thoughts by Tash.And drop by the blog s Facebook page


  8. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    I absolutely loved this heart warming story from Patricia Davids The Amish Midwife is a story of love, hope, faith, forgiveness, and second chances sprinkled with a generous dose of humor Joseph Lapp, brooding neighbor and dairy goat farmer, has experienced his share of heart ache that has left him a bit of a recluse and his goats are nothingthan a nuisance to his neighbor and community mid wife, Anne Stolzfus However, these two seemingly mismatched neighbors suddenly find themselves wo I absolutely loved this heart warming story from Patricia Davids The Amish Midwife is a story of love, hope, faith, forgiveness, and second chances sprinkled with a generous dose of humor Joseph Lapp, brooding neighbor and dairy goat farmer, has experienced his share of heart ache that has left him a bit of a recluse and his goats are nothingthan a nuisance to his neighbor and community mid wife, Anne Stolzfus However, these two seemingly mismatched neighbors suddenly find themselves working together in caring for Joseph s niece despite the rumors that begin to swirl through the close knit Amish community Is it possible that Anne could be falling in love with this gruff and hard hearted man Will her charming smile and generous heart melt away Joseph s pain and heartache I quickly fell in love with Anne s character she s a strong and independent woman who understand the importance of trusting in her faith as well as the support of her community With endearing characters and a well developed story line, Davids has created a romance that had me laughing one moment and crying the next Although this novel is the third in the Lancaster Courtship Series, it reads quite well as a stand alone novelbut I m now anxious to read the previous two novels as well FOUR stars


  9. Rhonda Rhonda says:

    4 starsThis is book three of the Lancaster Courtship It can stand alone It is a good clean Amish romance.Cute baby, fun and trouble making goats Anne Stoltzfus is a Amish Midwife She also grows vegetables and sells them at her vegetables stand She loves babies Hates her neighbors goats that keep getting out of their yard and into her gardens.Joseph Lapp is a Amish goat farmer He is a loner Goes to church, helps where he can but does not socialize.Leah a three month old baby that was drop 4 starsThis is book three of the Lancaster Courtship It can stand alone It is a good clean Amish romance.Cute baby, fun and trouble making goats Anne Stoltzfus is a Amish Midwife She also grows vegetables and sells them at her vegetables stand She loves babies Hates her neighbors goats that keep getting out of their yard and into her gardens.Joseph Lapp is a Amish goat farmer He is a loner Goes to church, helps where he can but does not socialize.Leah a three month old baby that was dropped off one evening by her mother to her Uncle Joseph.Leah is a crying baby at first because she is sick.I like how the Amish came together to help with the need of Joseph of having a baby all of a sudden.One scene that gave me a chuckle was a little five year old girl looking into the Midwife s bag to see if she had a extra baby girl in their to replace her baby boy if possible.I smiled a lot while reading this book Made me want to try some of the produce that Anne sold.I will readof Patricia Davids books in the future.I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin In return I agreed to give a honest review of The Amish Midwife


  10. Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower) Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower) says:

    Oh this was a fun book Joseph and Anne s relationship reminded me a little of Samuel and Rebecca s from An Amish Harvest Their banter and mostly friendly bickering over Joseph s goats was hysterical and earned many chuckles as I read Also humorous the way their at first perfectly innocent friendship kept being misconstrued by the community gossips through very little fault of their own And woven through the humor was a thread of exquisite sweetness A grumpy goat farmer falling head ov Oh this was a fun book Joseph and Anne s relationship reminded me a little of Samuel and Rebecca s from An Amish Harvest Their banter and mostly friendly bickering over Joseph s goats was hysterical and earned many chuckles as I read Also humorous the way their at first perfectly innocent friendship kept being misconstrued by the community gossips through very little fault of their own And woven through the humor was a thread of exquisite sweetness A grumpy goat farmer falling head over heels for his baby niece in his care and perhaps with his feisty neighbor A spunky midwife whose irritation with Joseph melts into fond affection andas she helps him care for baby Leah Both trusting each other with the painful parts of their past and maybe the uncertain parts of their future Overall, just a delightfully entertaining and uplifting story I received a copy of this book in exchange for only my honest review


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