Return to Sugarcreek series
A young Amish couple gets a second chance at love in New
York Times bestselling author Shelley Shepard Gray’s final book in her
Return to Sugarcreek series.
Randall Beiler is doing his best to put his family and the farm’s
needs first, even forsaking love. But though he tries, Randall knows he
needs help caring for his younger siblings and keeping the house
When his brother offers pretty Elizabeth Nolt a job taking care of
the house and cooking for the family, Randall is furious—and guilty
about the way he once broke Elizabeth’s heart. But when he learns that
Elizabeth and her grandmother are struggling to make ends meet, he knows
the offer, no matter how painful, is the right thing for everyone.
Elizabeth wants to refuse—to stay far away from the man who hurt
her—but she needs the money. Though she vows to protect her heart,
spending time in the Beiler household makes Elizabeth realize that,
while she’s older and wiser, her love for Randall still burns strong.
Randal, too, seems to want something more. But does he want Elizabeth
because he truly loves her—or because he needs a housekeeper? If
Randall sincerely wants something more, he must find a way to show
Elizabeth—or risk losing his chance at love forever.
Learn more and purchase a copy at Shelley’s website.
This is book 3 in the Return to SugarCreek series, but it is a stand alone story.
is Elizabeth's story. Elizabeth lives with her grandmother, her mom
remarried and no longer sends money, what can a girl do to make ends
Randall has a lot on his shoulders as well, with
both parents gone, and older siblings moved out he feels the weight of
the world, wants to solve everything himself, and decides the best thing
to do is no longer court Elizabeth.
You can tell neither one is happy, even less so when Randall's brother asks Elizabeth for help!
This story is full of ups and downs, hopes, fear, love and will keep you
rooting for it's characters straight through to the end.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for review from Litfuse Pulicity