Publication Date: January 5, 2021
A Double Dose of Love by Kathleen Fuller is the first book in her new Amish Mail-Order Bride series.
Darla King is eager to marry and is excited when she reads a newspaper article advertising single Amish men available for marriage in Birch Creek, Ohio. She’s intrigued by the idea of being a so-called mail-order bride and immediately packs up and moves to Birch Creek to find her husband. Her identical twin Amanda isn’t keen on the idea of marriage, mail-order or otherwise, but moves with Darla because she’s always protected her, mainly from herself.
Identical twins brothers Zeb and Zeke Bontrager own a horse farm in Birch Creek, Ohio. The twins have always been close but are finding themselves more at odds since Zeke insisted on purchasing their own farm and moving from their parent’s home. However, they do wholeheartedly agree on one thing: they’re not ready to get married.
The two sets of identical twins meet and confusion reigns.
A Double Dose of Love is a double dose of everything good. It’s well-written. The characters are great, and the plot is engaging. I enjoyed this novel, rate it 4 out of 5 stars and highly recommend it to all readers of Christian fiction, especially Amish fiction.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Zondervan through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.