Monday, May 6, 2019

Review: A Perfect Amish Match by Vannetta Chapman



Title: A Perfect Amish Match
Author: Vannetta Chapman
Publication Date: May 2019
Series: Indiana Amish Brides Book 3
Length: 218 pages

From the Back of the Book

Every courting disaster has led him to her. After three failed relationships, Amish bachelor Noah Graber would rather disappoint his parents than try again. But when matchmaker Olivia Mae Miller agrees to provide courting lessons, Noah's perfect match becomes clear - it's Olivia Mae herself! With ailing grandparents at home, she hadn't planned on love or marriage. Might a future with Noah be everything she's been missing?

My Thoughts

I LOVED THIS BOOK! It is going on my keeper shelf for sure! I started reading Vannetta Chapman's books because her tweets about her cats on Twitter caught my eye and made me want to check out her writing. I'm not a huge Amish fiction fan and while this book had some Amish flavor, the story was one that any lover of sweet romance would love.

I loved Olivia Mae right from the start. She is so good with her grandparents and doesn't have an ounce of "woe is me" in her. It's so fun that she's a "matchmaker"! It was humorous to read about Noah's thoughts on her matchmaking attempts for him.

Speaking of humorous and Noah, his sheep jokes are hilarious! I was laughing out loud and reading them to my husband. Olivia Mae has six sheep (and I think the one on the cover is pretty cute) and Noah makes sheep jokes because he likes to see her smile. 

Noah is a great hero! He wasn't looking for love (much to the dismay of his family) and is content with the job he loves and being a brother and uncle. He was so respectful and warm toward Olivia Mae's grandparents which was very endearing. 

The relationship developed between Olivia Mae and Noah at a good pace and since Olivia Mae had to sell the family farm and move, I wasn't sure what was going to happen which kept me turning the pages until the end.

If you like Amish or contemporary fiction, I HIGHLY recommend this book! 





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