Charotte Hubbard, who also writes as Naomi King, has several Amish romance series. Recently I blogged about
Winter of Wishes, a Seasons of the Heart novel set in Willow Ridge. For the first novella in the Amish Country Christmas two book volume, Hubbard returns to Willow Ridge and nearby Cedar Creek to introduce readers to spunky ( and romantic dreamers) twins Martha and Mary and vistors Bram and Nate Kanagy. The two brothers believe they stumbled upon a chance afternoon of fun and adventure, with even a kiss or two. Little do they know that the girls are as scheming and adventuresome (within reason) as they.
Kissing the Bishop
: As the New Year’s first snow settles, Nazareth Hooley and her sister Jerusalem are given a heaven-sent chance to help newly widowed Tom Hostetler tend his home. But when her hope that she and Tom can build on the caring between them seems a dream forever out of reach, Nazareth discovers that faith and love can make any miracle possible.
If you need a stocking stuffer for someone who reads romantic fiction, then these seasonal stories will slide into the stocking quite nicely and will deliver a few hours of pleasurable reading. Christmas Visitors offers the smells and traditions of an Amish Christmas a midst not one, but two, whirlwind romances. Add in the humor of a "twin switchero" and you have a fun read. At just 150 pages a piece, both Christmas Visitors and Kissing the Bishop offer some quick, but satisfying reading for a cold winter's eve. I received my copy from Pump My Book for review purposes. All opinions are mine.