I’m looking for reviewers again–this time for THE BISHOP’S DAUGHTER. This book is being published through Kensington Books, and will be released in May 2019 in bookstores everywhere.
Do you love Inspirational and Amish romance?
I’m looking for people who are willing post a review on several different online locations such as a blog, Amazon, Bookbub, Goodreads, Indigo, Barnes and Noble…
If you’re interested, please go to my contact page and leave a message for me telling me:
- The online locations where you are willing to leave reviews, like Goodreads, Amazon, Bookbub, a personal blog, a review site…
- A little bit about yourself
- Where you live
In return for an honest review, I will mail you an Advance Reader Copy of THE BISHOP’S DAUGHTER, and I am truly grateful for any and all reviews you can post!
*Limited to reviewers in Canada and the continental United States because of mailing costs.
In this poignant, beautifully written novel, a faithful young Amish widow is reunited with her wayward first love . . .
As a bishop’s daughter and good Amish mother, widowed Sadie Hochstetler teaches her young son that God blesses those who try their best to please Him. But her brief marriage taught her that life is infinitely more complicated than that. Older, and serious, her late husband seemed a sensible choice—especially compared to Elijah Fisher, the spirited boy with whom she butted heads and hearts. Then Elijah abruptly left for the Englisher world, taking Sadie’s beloved brother along with him—a double betrayal she still strives to forgive. Especially now that Elijah has returned . . .
Elijah plans to stay in the Amish community only as long as he’s needed, helping his family and working for Sadie’s ailing father. The outside world has changed him, leading him to question rules and restrictions that others take on faith. Once, he’d been head over heels in love with the bishop’s daughter—a girl he was judged unworthy of courting. Nine years have changed so much between them. Yet something remains—a spark that, for all their differences, might light the way home again . . .