Plain City Bridesmaids
The Three Bean Salad
...three little girls...
who hoped to become
each other's bridesmaids.
Katy, Lil, and Megan
Three Mennonite women
on romantic quests.
Lighthearted and Warm
Megan's life gets interesting when a new boss shows up at the office. She has her eye on the missionary pilot until Micah Zimmerman moves into her parent's home as a pastoral candidate for their Conservative Mennonite church. Micah doesn't look anything like the gawky young man who had a crush on her in college.
With both men on temporary assignments, easy going Megan must step it up a notch. When her actions land her in trouble at work and church, healing comes with the unexpected arrival of her grandmother's old love letters. But will Megan find a love so true?
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Given 4 Stars by Romantic Times
Lil Landis is ashamed of her humble farm roots and plain clothes. But one thing that is not plain, is her flair for cooking. She moves from Whoopie pies and pot lucks to a swanky job at an Italian restaurant. But when she backs her clunker into an expensive car, her heart spins out of control. She's even more flustered when her dad brings Fletch Stauffer home to dinner.
The farm veterinarian has hidden agenda which takes him undercover at the Landis farm, causing romance to fasten its seat belt.
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Quote....Robin, owner of the Plain City Druggist says, I am really enjoying reading Something New and you have the flavor of Plain City just right!
Nikole Hahn's Journal...Christner takes Amish fiction to a new level by introducing more complex layers to a typical Amish romance.
Gina's blog comment...I especially enjoyed your book because it was so accurate and that really struck me
Housekeeper, Katy Yoder sees
things black and white, preferring squeaky clean and white. A temporary nanny job forces her to bend a few rules.
The Mennonite Church frowns on dancing, but
Addison needs a ride to dance class and a chaperone at the ballet.
Katy gets a bee in her bonnet when some progressive church women want to rehash the prayer cap. While she struggles to hang on to her precious traditions, her roommate match-makes Katy with a penitent old flame. She's tempted, but afraid he'll traipse over her heart again. Then who'll be able to clean up the mess?
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