• The Amish Bonnet Sisters Series Box Set

  • Books 1 - 3 (Amish Mercy, Amish Honor, A Simple Kiss): Amish Romance
  • By: Samantha Price
  • Narrated by: Stephanie Dillard
  • Length: 11 hrs and 33 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (147 ratings)

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The Amish Bonnet Sisters Series Box Set

By: Samantha Price
Narrated by: Stephanie Dillard
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Publisher's Summary

The first three Amish romances in the best-selling Amish Bonnet Sisters series from USA Today best-selling and Kindle Unlimited All-Stars author Samantha Price.

Amish MercyMercy is determined to marry a man she has never met. Florence, her older half-sister, has a hard job slowing her down. 

Amish HonorHonor falls in love with a man and runs away with him. It's up to Florence to find her and bring her back. Florence enlists the help of the new and mysterious Englisher neighbor.

A Simple KissWhen Ezekiel Troyer came to dinner, Florence knew he would make her the perfect husband, but that didn’t stop her thinking about the mysterious neighbor next door. However, daydreams were one thing, and reality was another. Will Florence finally put an end to her foolish fantasies when Ezekiel hints at commitment?

©2020 Samantha Price (P)2020 Samantha Price

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I love these books.

I really love that they are available in audible. I want the whole collection thanks.

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Overall, not bad

I'll try not to give any spoilers or too many criticisms here.

First, authors of Amish-themed stories mistake is not using Amish surnames to make it sound more relatable. Rather than Baker, use something more appropriate for the area (ex. Miller, Stoltzfus, Yoder, Esh).

Second, the mother's weakness in parenting skills goes over the top when blessing a marriage of an underage daughter that never should've been blessed. That was going way too far. In the Amish community, this would have been discovered by the leaders of the church districts and dealt with more strictly. Also, the multiple spur-of-the-moment free trips requested of a newly met English acquaintance makes the impression of the Amish negative.

Third, overusing the word "Wunderbar". Being Amish I never heard this word used this often. actually not at all. Authors really overuse it alot to make it sound "Amish" when it really sounds amateur. But there are words that are used here and there that aren't bad.

This is maybe a more "advanced" critique of the books, but if you know much about the culture you will find alot that makes it fail as a book about the Amish. Otherwise, most of the storylines work well. There's the handling of the one girl's situation that never would've been handled the way it did and sounded "amateurish".

However, despite all of this, I will listen to more!

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The half Bonnet Sister's

Kept making me want the listen more.Any chance of a book 4? A Very pleasant read/listen. Left me we the a smile on my face and hope in my heart.

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Loved this Series

Kept me captivated. Normally I can stop listening and it not bother me. This one kept me listening. didn't want to stop.

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fantastic

I wanted more. Very well written. it kept my interest from book 1 all the way through book 3 and I still didn't want it to be finished. Clean and interesting just like I love it with no vulgar language. I would like more of the this series!

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easy read

Story line was good. Some predictability, but some surprises too. Would like to read a sequel.

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Great story

This was a great story. My favorite character was Florence. I got kind of lost with the different narrator's and some of the book was a little slow. Overall, though, I liked the descriptions, especially about the Apple orchard.

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Wonderful Amish Stories. I wish they were too short - wish they were longer.

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An everyday story of country folk.

Gently absorbing account of a series of events in the Baker family. Some threads hard to follow and some character inconsistencies. Disappointingly, at the end of many hours of listening, the happy ending being worked toward is a hint, not a celebration.