The Amish Marriage Bargain by Mary E. Bast ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

May is the only mother that her niece has ever known, when a job offer threatens to take her away she is torn between staying and leaving. The bishop pushes her to marry her sister's widow, Thad, who jilted May to marry her sister instead.

A marriage of convenience, and fighting to save the farm, will May and Thad give love a second chance?

May has been a nanny to her young niece after the death of her sister, working alongside her sister's widow, and her own former flame  is challenging. She loves her niece and has a strong sense of commitment to her family.

Thad never stopped loving May, but he married her sister to honor his family. But now that his year of mourning is up the bishop is pushing him to marry again, but how can he explain to May what happened and why he did what he did? Thad is honorable to a fault, even if it means hurting the one that he loves most. He is at a loss on how to bridge the gap between himself and May.

A heartwarming, marriage of convenience story, with good tension and backstory between the main characters. I felt like the story felt like it was the perfect length for this format, and set in the Amish community it fit the storyline really well. An enjoyable read, and a strong heroine who loves her family.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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