The Princess and the Amish Pauper is book three in The Amish Fairytale Series. This story focuses on two you ladies that look alike from different worlds. Damaris is Amish living in Maine and has always wanted to go to Germany. Arabella is the daughter of a bakery giant in Germany and is being forced to marry a man she doesn’t want to. She sees Damaris online doing a news article and travels to meet Damaris and talks her into trading places.
This is a fun story to read. I was waiting through most of the story to see how it would turn out without someone getting hurt. This is a well written, fun, sweet story to read. It had enough mystery written into the story to keep me wanting to read it.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest review.
About the Book
Arabella and Damaris look like identical twins, but their lives couldn’t be more different. One is an heiress from Germany who is about to inherit a multi-million-dollar bakery, and one is an Amish baker from Maine.
What happens when they secretly switch places?
In order to get away from the pressure of inheriting her family’s company, Arabella Blackwood escapes to the Amish community of Unity, Maine, hoping for some peace and quiet before beginning her new life. Her parents want her to marry the awkward son of their biggest competitor, Stefan Castle, which would save their business and pay off their debts.
In Unity, Arabella meets Damaris Kauffman, a baker who looks exactly like her. Damaris longs to travel to Europe, but her Amish community bans flying on airplanes.
Arabella and Damaris decide to secretly switch places temporarily, thinking that no one will get hurt. Damaris gets to travel to Germany on the paid vacation of a lifetime. All she has to do is pretend to be Arabella and spend time with Stefan Castle before the wedding. Arabella stays in Unity and pretends to be Damaris, taking on all of her chores without electricity, even though she grew up with maids and chefs catering to her. And she’s never gone more than a day without her cell phone or internet.
What could possibly go wrong?
About the Author
Ashley Emma wrote her first book at the age of 12 and published it when she was 16. She spent time living in Amish communities which helps her to write very realistic stories. You can learn more about her and the books she has written at: http://ashleyemmaauthor.com/
Also available in this series:
Amish Snow White
Amish Beauty and the Beast
Also check out Ashley Emma’s Amish Romantic Suspense novels including Undercover Amish, Amish Alias, and Amish Under Fire.