I am so excited!! I get to go back to my favorite fictional town, Wells Landing.
In the next installment of the Wells Landing Series we get to know Nadine better. From the description: In this heartwarming series from Amy Lillard, three generations of women find the Oklahoma Amish community of Wells Landing a heaven-sent opportunity to take new leaps of faith . . .
Wife, widow, mother, and grandmother—sixty-something Nadine Burkhart is everything a sensible Amish woman is supposed to be. She’s moved to Wells Landing to give her daughter and granddaughter a fresh start—not herself. So as far as she’s concerned, good-hearted farmer Amos Fisher should find something better to do than try to draw her out, be there when she needs help—and make her believe in love for the first time . . .
A friendly but solitary man, Amos is realizing there’s more to life than work. Although he hasn’t courted in years, Nadine’s honesty makes him long to know her better—and understand her standoffishness. But when everything he tries fails to soften her stubbornness, he’ll just have to trust his heart that real, true, and utterly impractical love will prevail—for a lifetime…
This series just gets better and better. Wells Landing really is my happy place. I really liked the fact that this romance was between seniors. Amos sees Nadine and is smitten by the love bug for the first time. Nadine has already been a widow and thinks Amos is off his rocker.
What ensues is a sweet, funny, and entertaining love chase. With lifelike characters and realistic situations the story will draw you in and keep you wondering if poor Amos will ever win Nadine's heart.
So take a trip back to Wells Landing and pick up Romancing Nadine. Happy Reading!
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