Delightful! Amish Brides (Review, Blog tour & Giveaway!)


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About the Book


Book: Amish Brides

Author: Jennifer Beckstrand, Molly Jebber, Amy Lillard

Genre: Amish

Release Date: May 30, 2017

Molly Jebber
Madeline Lehman fears her fiancé’s family will never accept her because of her rebellious sister. She’s postponed her wedding to Joshua Stutzman until they see the truth. But when Maddie adopts her sister’s abandoned baby, can she and Joshua find a way to unite their families through forgiveness as well as love?

About the Author


Molly Jebber’s books have been featured in Publisher’s Weekly, USA Today’s HEA, and Romantic Times has given them a near excellent rating. She’s on RWA’s Honor Roll. She’s a speaker for Women’s Christian Connection, and she offers presentations on writing, publishing, Amish lifestyle and traditions. She has received widespread media coverage, including live interviews, across the United States for her books and speaking engagements.

She’s just signed a new contract for four more Amish books! She loves interacting with her readers. She loves God, her husband, family and friends. She has a hard time saying no to cupcakes, swimming, nine holes of golf, and walks on the beach. Coconut, oatmeal, and onions, on the other hand, are not hard to say no to!


Guest Post from Molly Jebber

Do you remember picking out your bride’s dress? The cake? Food? Location? The invitations? Weddings are fun, no matter how simple or extravagant. The marked event fills your heart with joy sharing in the special day with the bride and groom. I remember the day I married Ed, my best friend and soulmate. We planned the details together, and we still talk about what a heartwarming memory it is for us. I’m sure if you and I met for a girl’s chat, we’d enjoy hearing each other’s account of when we exchanged vows with our sweethearts.

Amish brides may not have the flowers, rings, and fancy food and cake, but they have their traditions and share in the excitement like we do. I enjoyed writing “Joshua’s Bride”. I hope you enjoy it to.

Blog Stops

June 1: Quiet Quilter

June 1: Lighthouse Academy

June 2: cherylbbookblog

June 2: Reading Is My SuperPower

June 3: my site/autism mom

June 3: Eat, Read, Teach, Blog

June 4: Avid Reader Book Reviews

June 4: Blossoms and Blessings

June 5: Bibliophile Reviews

June 5: Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting

June 6: God’s Little Bookworm

June 6: Chas Ray’s Book Nerd Corner

June 7: A Greater Yes

June 7: Donna’s BookShelf


June 8: Jeanette’s Thoughts

June 9: Smiling Book Reviews

June 9: Splashes of Joy

June 10: A Baker’s Perspective

June 11: Christian Bookaholic

June 12: Karen Sue Hadley

June 13: Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations

June 13: Bigreadersite

June 14: A Simply Enchanted Life

June 14: Southern Gal Loves to Read



To celebrate her tour, Molly is giving away a $50 Amazon Gift Card! Click below to enter. Be sure to comment on this post before you enter to claim 9 extra entries!

Review:  Amish Brides is a wonderful collection of stories by Jennifer Beckstrand, Molly Jebber and Amy Lillard. This is a great read. Stories that are refreshing and sure to delight. I am looking forward to reading more books by these talented authors. Be sure to order your copy today. I received a complementary copy of this book. This review is my honest opinion. 4 stars!


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18 responses to “Delightful! Amish Brides (Review, Blog tour & Giveaway!)

  1. I had a simple wedding. My grandmother helped me pick out my dress, because she was paying for it, and my sister-in-law handled the cake and food. Very simple.

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  2. susanlulu2013

    I remember the details of my 1984 wedding just like it was yesterday. How I treasure those precious memories of my late husband!

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  3. I meet my husband three weeks before we were married. My husband and I had a small backyard wedding at his sister’s house. We had maybe 25 to 30 guests. I was given my wedding dress by a friend who had called off her wedding. A friend of the family made a tier wedding cake. I think we did an excellent job. We planned this wedding in a very short time period and married the night before I graduated high school. We had our first child a year later. Thirty years later we are still going strong.


  4. Such a fun time, planning a wedding! We didn’t have a large budget so we prioritized where the money would be spent. I loved my dress and all the flowers the most!


  5. Our wedding was such a special day, although it was so cold! We got married in a beautiful barn on a frosty October day.


    • Sounds like a wonderful memory. We have two beautiful event barns for weddings near where I live, and they make great locations for weddings and events. You are the first one I’ve heard to have a “barn” wedding. They are so popular now and very fun!!!!


  6. grandma68

    I love all 3 of these authors and I can’t wait to read this book. My neighbor has a beautiful barn that he has fixed up and they rent out for weddings. Just last weekend they had a beautiful wedding and they are getting ready for another one tomorrow. He said he is booked for the entire summer.


  7. All weddings are unique. I can imagine an Amish one would be more about traditions and family than about the material things.


  8. Our was a quick wedding friends as my husband and I both worked.


  9. lib1lady

    My Dad offered to give us $1000 if we would elope. We’ve been married 41 years and I wish I had taken him up on it.
    Janet Estridge


    • You are right, Tracy. They don’t get caught up in the material things, and they have a longer service with the bishop including a message in the ceremony. They also have large numbers attend but all pitching in to bring food and helping to set up.


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