Amish Christmas Twins by Patricia Davids

The Widower’s Christmas Wish With Christmas just around the corner, widow Willa Chase will do anything to retain custody of her twin girls and unborn baby–even if it means escaping to her childhood Amish home. After her grandfather turns her away, Willa finds herself stranded at the home of blacksmith John Miller. A widower, John …

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The Amish Midwife by Patricia Davids

An Unexpected Family Amish 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. …

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Amish Redemption (Brides of Amish Country #13) by Patricia Davids

An Amish Homecoming Joshua Bowman is ready to go home. After spending time in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, he’s putting everything behind him and reconciling with his fractured family. When a devastating tornado throws him unexpectedly into the path of Mary Kaufman and her daughter, Hannah, he feels the first spark of …

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An Amish Harvest (The Amish Bachelors #1) by Patricia Davids

When Amish carpenter Samuel Bowman is injured in an accident, he fears he’ll never see again. He’s always provided for his family—and now that it’s harvest season, the Bowmans are needed in the fields, not at his bedside. So when a young Amish widow becomes his nurse, Samuel expects Rebecca Miller to make his life …

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The Week: 18th – 24th November

Our crazy weather in three images: Our usual late-spring sky. Sunset with smoke from all the bushfires ravaging Australia at the moment. There should be mountains clearly visible, but after the fires came the dust storm on Friday. It covered huge parts of eastern Australia. It’s a little hard to not think we’re in the middle …

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The Week: 18th – 24th September

Spring in Canberra Mostly gorgeous week here. We had temperatures up to 30 degrees, which makes it nearly ten degrees warmer than Barcelona a couple of weeks ago. The difference? In Barcelona everyone dresses for summer. In Canberra a lot of people dress like it’s mid-winter. People are weird. We booked a group family trip to Thredbo …

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The Week: 9th – 15th November

The National Carillon in Canberra. One of the multiple buildings lit up here in the colours of the French flag on Saturday night. Well, what a week this has turned out to be. Terror in Paris, Russian doping, more arrests after the terror attack here in Australia… The last time I was in Paris there …

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The Week: 12th – 18th October

Friday sunset in Canberra. The gorgeous lilac is coming out in the garden. It smells so nice! Sixteen years ago this week since I danced the full-length version of Giselle for the first time. Wow, that’s a long time! The picture is from the dress rehearsal the night before, and the one the newspapers ran with …

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