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Could you give up everything you've ever known for a chance at everlasting love?
Albert is a lonely Amish widower. He lives all by himself on his family farm with only his dog Duke and his cat Whiskers for company. His talent for woodworking is known far and wide and all he wants is to win the grand prize at the Pride Amish Crafts Festival. He's on track to do just that. Then one night, everything changes. A woman. She's standing on his doorstep and she's feisty and beautiful. But there's something else. Something's seriously wrong with her.
He won't fall for her. He can't.
Melissa's been shattered by divorce and betrayal. She'll never again trust a man with her heart. On a journey of self-discovery, she quits her job, leases her house and sets out for parts unknown. Her first stop is Pride, Ohio for the local Amish festival. When her car runs out of gas on the way to the only lodgings in town, she finds herself on the doorstep of the surliest, meanest man she's ever seen. He's handsome and he sets her pulse to pounding. But there's something else. Something's seriously wrong with him.
She won't fall for him. She can't.
After circumstances throw them together, both Albert and Melissa start to long for something that can never be. They yearn for each other, in spite of themselves. Even though they understand the futility of their situation, they've become friends. But as it usually happens with the best of intentions, God has other plans.
She wonders what it would be like to be Amish. He wonders what it would be like to be Englisch.
Will they find their way to each other or will the cruel, twisted hand of fate wrench them apart forever?
This is the exciting new best-selling series by #1 Amish romance author, Emma Schwartz. The saga of Pride, Ohio continues with The Amish Widower, Book #5. All Emma Schwartz's Amish Romance books are clean, wholesome and filled with family values. This standalone, Amish romance novel contains no cliffhanger and a joyful happily ever after.