"This story has much excitement and adventure." --Rhonda Nash-Hall
"There are interesting subplots along the way to keep your mind alert throughout the book. The author uses wit as well as compassion to keep the reader engrossed in the story." --Karla Hanns, karla-hanns-karla.blogspot.com
"Are you ready for a reading adventure? This is what you will get in this great read by Jerry S. Eicher. This author's books just keep getting better and better. I am certain that I have not read another Amish fiction book like this one." --Judy Burgi
"I couldn't put this book down once I started reading it. I can't wait for book two to see if Debbie really converts to the Amish faith." --Patti Biesemeyer
"Holding a Tender Heart is of course a love story, but what was so impressive (and frankly, a welcome relief) was that there were many unexpected turns in the book. This book had more substance than just boy meets girl, they fall in love, and everyone lives happily ever after. I definitely enjoyed this book, and look forward to many months of happy reading with Jerry Eicher's books at my side." --Ankha Howard
"Jerry Eicher's books on Amish life are unique in that he was raised Amish, which give them an authenticity missing in many of the other books in this genre. Holding a Tender Heart is no exception. Jerry gives us characters who always sound real and that we can relate to easily." --Mary Eckstein
"Another wonderful story by Jerry." --Wendy Newcomb, wrensthoughts.blogspot.com
"Whether it is the superb writing or the wonderful plot, you will find the book nearly impossible to put down. From the first word, the story will draw you in and you may even find yourself praying at 4am that everything will, somehow, turn out right for the characters." --Donna Mynatt
"I love Jerry Eicher's books; he is a very talented writer. And this book was another one of his greats." --Melissa Ellison
From the pen of bestselling Amish fiction author Jerry Eicher (half a million books sold) comes a charming new series set in Snyder County, Pennsylvania.
Debbie Watson is a young Englisha girl who has grown up admiring her Amish friends, the Beiler sisters. As she prepares to graduate from college, Debbie considers making the life-changing decision to convert to the Amish faith and lifestyle.
Soon Debbie’s presence in the community attracts the attention of two suitors: Alvin Knepp, the youngest son of a poor Amish farmer, to whom Debbie is very much attracted; and Paul Wagler, the more successful and sought-after man, whose constant attention to Debbie reminds her of her old Englisha boyfriend—whom she’d rather forget.
Jerry Eicher’s many fans and readers of Amish fiction will love this heartwarming new series from a master storyteller.