Review: The Amish Twins Next Door by Vannetta Chapman

What a fun and heartwarming story! The Amish Twins Next Door is part of the Indiana Amish Brides series, yet it is truly a stand alone novel. It simply takes place in Indiana and that is what connects it to the series.

This book made me happy as I read it. Those twins were something else! They were a handful, yet it seemed to simply be their zest for life and fun that led them into various troubles. I loved the way Nick started out appalled with them and then had a complete change of heart after spending some time with them.

The way the relationship built between Deborah and Nick was so nice and natural. They truly became part of each others’ lives and began to care for each other. There was much more to it than that, of course, and they both had some things from their pasts that they had to put behind them before they could find true happiness together. I enjoyed this book from start to finish.

(4.5 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.


Two little matchmakers could change everything…in this novel by USA TODAY bestselling author Vannetta Chapman.

Falling for a pretend suitor

could cause real complications… 

Amish single mom Deborah Mast is determined to raise her seven-year-old twin sons her way. But when neighbor Nicholas Stoltzfus takes the rambunctious boys on as apprentices on his farm, she’ll learn the value of his help with more than just the children. And when the two little matchmakers hatch a plan of their own, Deborah could also discover how to reopen her heart…

From Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.

Indiana Amish Brides

Book 1: A Widow’s Hope
Book 2: Amish Christmas Memories
Book 3: A Perfect Amish Match
Book 4: The Amish Christmas Matchmaker
Book 5: An Unlikely Amish Match
Book 6: The Amish Christmas Secret
Book 7: The Baby Next Door
Book 8: An Amish Baby for Christmas
Book 9: The Amish Twins Next Door



Vannetta Chapman

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.

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About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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2 Responses to Review: The Amish Twins Next Door by Vannetta Chapman

  1. Lelia “ Lucy” Reynolds says:

    Next on my TBR pile

  2. RobbyeFaye says:

    I enjoy Vanetta Chapman’s books.
    Thanks for the review. I have a new book to add to my sky-high TBR!

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