The Amish Teacher's Wish, Tracey J. Lyons

The Amish Teacher’s Wish Review

In The Amish Teacher’s Wish, Tracey J. Lyons, Sadie dreams of finding the perfect Amish man, but her father has his mind set on a match with an older widower. When Levi moves to their community temporarily to assist his cousin, Sadie wonders if Levi could be the answer to her prayers. But Levi wants nothing to do with her.

Levi had demons in his past that he was battling. He wasn’t in Miller’s Crossing looking for a relationship. He was there to help his cousin and escape the pain of his past.

The relationship between Sadie and Levi unfolded slowly. Sadie knew she wanted to know more about Levi, but he was determined not to let her into his heart.

I liked that the two worked together for a time and developed a friendship before calling it love. Though I would have liked to see more of Levi’s struggle, his growing feelings were evident in his behavior.

The Amish Teacher’s Wish is a sweet story of second chances and holding out for love. There was a reminder that God has a plan for our lives and that even things that seemed horrible when we were going through them can be worked out for our good.

I received an advanced reader’s copy from the publishers through Just Read Tours; a positive review was not required.

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About The Amish Teacher’s Wish

She wants her own happily-ever-after…

As an Amish bachelor repairs her school…

can she heal his heart?

With the school damaged during a storm, teacher Sadie Fischer needs Levi Byler’s help repairing it. Levi has one condition—he won’t become a part of her search for a husband. He’s been hurt before, and love and marriage aren’t part of his plans.

But Sadie might just be the perfect woman to mend his heart…and convince him forever isn’t just for fairy tales.

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About Tracey J. Lyons

Tracey J. Lyons was a 2017 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award finalist. She sold her first book on 9/9/99! A true Upstate New Yorker, Tracey believes you should write what you know. Tracey considers herself a small-town gal who writes small-town romances. Visit to learn more about her.

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