It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas (Reads) GIVEAWAY: Amish Christmas Kinner

Posted November 25, 2023 by meezcarrie in Amish, Author Interview, Christian, Christmas, contemporary, giveaway, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Reads) 2023, Lenora Worth, romance / 24 Comments

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Reads 2023

today’s 2nd book: Amish Christmas Kinner

Last week, we kicked off this year’s blog series spotlighting (over 70 this year) new and recently-released Christmas reads! This is the 7th year for the Christmas Reads Giveaway series, and I think I get more excited about it every year 🙂

Christmas is still 30 days away, according to Google, BUT it’s never too early for Christmas stories. Beginning now and continuing through just after Christmas, I’m going to spotlight several Christmasy releases from 2023. So… snuggle in, grab your fave hot beverage (wassail anyone?) and comfiest blanket, turn on some Christmas tunes and start your bookish Christmas list! And no doubt you know the drill by now – there are GIVEAWAYS with EACH POST in this series??!! (Because authors are awesome!)

Amish Christmas Kinner by Lenora Worth, Rachel J. Good & Kelly LongAMISH CHRISTMAS KINNER by Lenora Worth, Rachel J. Good & Kelly Long
Shadow Lake, Surprised by Love, The Amish Mail Order Grooms

GENRE: Contemporary/Amish Romance (Clean, Inspirational)
PUBLISHER: Kensington Books
RELEASE DATE: September 26, 2023
PAGES: 274

This trio of heartwarming, inspirational Amish holiday stories, each connected to its bestselling author’s Amish romance series, captures the blessings of family, faith, and the magic and childlike joy of Christmas.

It’s a Christmas Eve to remember when a laboring mother-to-be shows up at the King sisters’ Shadow Lake Inn amid a snowstorm. Midwife Sarah King and her three daughters go into action, while the men of the family search for the woman’s husband. And with faithful hearts and helping hands, this magical night may unite a brand-new family just in time to share a Christmas blessing.

On Emily Flaud’s second day of work at the Green Valley Farmer’s Market, two hungry children in tattered clothes snitch some cheese samples—and Emily’s heart. Her co-worker, Hosea King, is less beguiled. He is still grieving the loss of his wife and daughter two years before, especially as Christmas approaches. But when the children are in need of adoption, Emily longs to become their mother—in a prayer that includes Hosea . . .

LOVING LUKE * Kelly Long
Wanted: Amish Mail Order Groom. Must be excellent with kinner. Recently widowed,Grace Fisher must be practical. She has a general store to run and needs a gentle man to help raise her kinner. But when Luke King appears, Grace sees a scruffy man who looks far from husband material, while Luke sees a woman who deserves better than he. Yet with faith, each may gain the courage to see beneath the surface—and create a family for many Christmases to come . . .


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a christmas baby

by Lenora Worth, author of Amish Christmas Kinner

Is there anything more precious at Christmas than being around excited children?

In my novella A Christmas Baby (part of the Christmas Kinner collection along with Rachel J. Good and Kelly Long) I pictured a pregnant woman out in the snow calling for help. The story grew from there and brought back the three King sisters of Shadow Lake, some of my favorite characters, to give readers an idea of how their lives were going now that they’d all found love. As each sister sits with the woman in need who shows up at the inn during a snowstorm, they drop hints of their own marriages and shared their doubts about marriage and babies. In the end, they know they wouldn’t choose any other life, and so does this young married woman who only wants her husband to arrive in time for the birth of their baby.

We know of the most important birth during Christmas—the birth of Jesus Christ. I thought about Mary a lot when I was writing this story. Was she scared? Did she doubt? Did she wish she had family with her in that manger? Women have a task that goes beyond understanding in giving birth, but it is one of the most important tasks of their lives. And while some women won’t experience this, they can still have a heart for children through adoption or teaching or being a really great great-aunt. I always say a mother’s heart holds a lot of secrets, and we know Mary pondered on many things in her amazing life.

A Christmas Baby brought out all my maternal instincts and made me thankful for my two children—now grown. It also renewed my awe of that special night when a baby was wrapped in swaddling cloth and held by his mother with such a sweet love. Mary had dreams for her son and Her Son had a mission that still remains vital (and even more so) these days. So this Christmas, when you’re smiling at a child’s awe, take some of that awe into your heart and know that He loves us and He wants us to love one another.

That is the greatest secret of a mother’s heart. Merry Christmas!

Lenora Worth

Lenora Worth is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than 80 novels with over 3 million copies in print. A RITA finalist and recipient of the RT Pioneers of Fiction Award, she’s a three-time finalist for the prestigious American Christian Fiction Writers Carol Award. An ACFW and RWA Honor Roll member, she lives in Florida and can be found online at


Amish Christmas Kinner giveaway

Lenora Worth is offering a print copy of Amish Christmas Kinner to one of my readers! (US only. Void where prohibited by law or logistics.) This giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies which can be found here. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.

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What about you? What makes you want to read Amish Christmas Kinner by Lenora Worth, Rachel J. Good, and Kelly Long?

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24 responses to “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas (Reads) GIVEAWAY: Amish Christmas Kinner

  1. Kay Garrett

    AMISH CHRISTMAS KINNER by Lenora Worth, Rachel J. Good & Kelly Long has everything I love in a book – fabulous authors whose books never disappoint, the Amish genre, and amazing sounding stories that have it already on your TBR list. Can’t wait for the opportunity to read and review this wonderful book.

  2. Carol Alscheff

    I love reading Amish stories and these authors are great. Add in Chritmas, babies and older children and that is even more special!

  3. Roxanne C.

    I have a tendency to read Amish Christmas stories right after Thanksgiving Day. Amish Christmas Kinner would be a wonderful addition to this year’s holiday reading, especially with the focus on children.

  4. Nancy

    I would like to read Amish Christmas Kinner by Lenora Worth, Rachel J. Good, and Kelly Long because it sounds like the perfect book for December reading!

  5. Brenda Barnes

    I like reading anything Amish, and if it has to do with children, I would love to read it. There aren’t too many books written about Amish kinner.

  6. Emma

    AMISH CHRISTMAS KINNER by Lenora Worth, Rachel J. Good & Kelly Long sounds very good. Thank you for the chance.

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