Her Amish Adversary was such a good story! It is book two in the Indiana Amish Market series, but could easily be picked up and enjoyed even if you have not read book one.
Bethany and Aaron’s first meeting was great! Full of tension and some shock on Bethany’s part, it did not seem as if these two would be off to a good start working together. It was fun to see how Bethany and Aaron had differing memories about their times together in school.
I felt so bad for Aaron and his brother, Ethan, with all that they were trying to do to save the family farm, while also trying to keep others from realizing the home troubles that they had been dealing with all of their lives. The author did a great job of handling the issue of mental illness in a caring, yet honest, manner.
I really enjoyed watching as Bethany and Aaron grew to care for each other. Aaron was not one to tell people his troubles, so it was a big deal for him to trust Bethany and allow her a peek into the truth of his family’s lives.
This romance kept me happily turning pages from start to finish. I look forward to seeing which sister will find love next.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Joining forces with her rival…
Means risking everything.
Running the RV park at her father’s Amish market makes Bethany Yoder happy—until he hires her childhood nemesis, Aaron King. Soon Bethany’s quaint ideas clash with Aaron’s Englisch-style upgrades. But they must work together to turn a profit…or else. When their unlikely alliance turns into something more, will Aaron’s secrets break them—and the business—apart forever?
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Indiana Amish Market
Book 1: An Amish Proposal for Christmas
Book 2: Her Amish Adversary
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestselling author Vannetta Chapman writes Amish and inspirational romances for Harlequin/Love Inspired, Harper Collins Christian Publishing, Harvest House Publishers, and Abingdon Press. She also writes cozy mysteries and dystopian fiction. With eight hundred thousand books in print, she has won the Carol Award and has been a Christy Award and Carol Award finalist. She is represented by Steve Laube of the Steve Laube Agency.
Vannetta has taught about writing and about the Amish in several states as well as at the collegiate level. She speaks at community clubs, writing groups, quilting clubs, and reader events.
Before pursuing a writing career, Vannetta earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in English. For twenty years, she taught at both the middle school, high school, and collegiate level. She lives in Texas where she and her husband enjoy hiking and camping. She is actively involved in her community and local church, and she writes full time.