A sweet Amish romance with lost love letters, a determined matchmaker, and finding love where and when you least expect it.
“Her fingertips brushed against something else in the box of doilies. She lifted a bundle of letters, neatly tied with a thin red ribbon . . .”
Ivy Yoder hasn’t heard from John King in over a year. She knows it’s time to let go of the idea that they will one day marry, but she’s humiliated to be one of the oldest single women in her Amish community of Birch Creek. When quirky Cevilla Schlabach asks her to help clean out an attic, Ivy is grateful for the distraction.
Noah Schlabach isn’t from Birch Creek or even Ohio. His job as an auctioneer takes him around the country and away from a typical Amish life, but he still remains devoted to his family. So when his aging aunt asks him to help clean out her attic, he agrees. Plus, who knows what curious items he might find up there?
As Noah and Ivy work side by side, they come across a different kind of treasure: a packet of letters written during the Korean War. Soon they are swept up in the story of two young people falling in love—even as they remain determined not to fall in love themselves.
Third book in the Amish Letters series (Written in Love and The Promise of a Letter).The books do not need to be read in order.Part of the larger Birch Creek Amish community with the Amish of Birch Creek series and Amish Brides of Birch Creek seriesFull-length novel, approximately 75,000 wordsSweet, clean Amish romance with happily-ever-after endingIncludes discussion questions for book clubs and list of all the author’s books by series