Welcome to the Blog + Review Tour for On the Golden Cliffs by Christen Krumm with Tricia Goyer, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!
About the Book
Title: On the Golden Cliffs Series: Big Sky Amish #2 Authors: Christen Krumm with Tricia Goyer Publisher: Sunrise Publishing Release Date: March 21, 2023 Genre: Christian Contemporary Amish Romance
One wrong post has sent influencer Lyla Taylor’s social media empire crashing to her feet. To save it, she’ll have to escape to rural Montana. Six weeks in a high-end spa won’t hurt…except, she’s not booked into a spa, but at a rustic Amish B&B. Suddenly, her roommates are racoons, and her daily activities include hanging laundry. Thanks, but no thanks. Lyla is ready to hit delete and head back to civilization. Amishman Reuben Milner has a secret…one that could destroy his world. For now, however, he’s kept his life as a novelist under wraps, focusing on providing for his family after the tragic passing of his father. Renting the dawdi house seems the right move—until the wrong woman moves in. However, she comes with ideas to help improve their B&B, and that, along with her feisty personality, is something Reuben can’t ignore. Even if the elders want him to focus on joining the church and finding a wife. When going home isn’t an option, Lyla decides to help the Milners spruce up their rental. It does help distract her from her problems online. The more Lyla works on the rental with Reuben, the more she wonders if returning to her former life is worth it. However, is it the simple life that Lyla’s heart longs for—or a particular guarded Amishman with secrets of his own? And when those secrets are discovered, what will it cost them both? Book two in the delightful and sweet Big Sky Amish Collection.
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After grabbing the bucket of pitch, Reuben climbed down the ladder with one
hand, careful not to slip. Once his right foot hit solid ground, he checked off the roof on
his list, then scurried to determine what chore should be next.
“Hi, yeah, I’m supposed to connect with a Mara or Reuben Milner?”
He jumped at the soft voice from behind him. Reuben turned, practically dumping
the half bucket of black tar on a woman that barely even came up to his chin. He
pushed his straw hat back on his head. She stood near the bottom of the ladder,
wearing black shorts, a colorful T-shirt, and a black jacket. She wasn’t Amish.
Then he noted her extremely high heeled shoes. Definitely not Amish.
How was she even able to stand upright in them? She looked ridiculous. What
could she possibly need with him or Mem?
Reuben lifted an eyebrow. “Excuse me?”
One hand rested on her hip. The other hand blocked the sun as she stared up at
him. Her auburn hair framed a pair of flashing green eyes. He could already tell this one
had more spunk than Penny, even on Penny’s best day. All that attitude had rendered
He threaded his free hand through his suspenders. “Your shoes are so tall,” he
She looked down at her shoes and back to him, frowning. “What do my shoes
have to do with anything? Are you or aren’t you Reuben Milner?”
He shrugged, wishing he had just kept his mouth shut.
“You must be Lyla,” his older sister called from behind him.
Saved by Susanna. Married now and six months pregnant, she waddled barefoot
out onto the porch and eyed the two of them standing in the yard. Without a word, Lyla
moved around him and stomped up the porch steps, stopping next to her two large
suitcases. Reuben winced, hoping that she didn’t go through the steps or roll an ankle.
It was a toss-up which one would actually happen.
“Are you Mara Milner?” Lyla asked, holding her hand out toward his sister.
Susanna smiled and took Lyla’s hand in her own. “I’m Susanna, Mara’s daughter.
Wyatt said you might be out here. Are you hungry? You must be tired from your journey.
Would you like to come in and sit down for a while?”
Lyla pulled her hand back and eyed the ramshackle front porch—or at least, from
the slight wrinkle of her nose that’s how he assumed she saw it. “I’d rather just head to
the Airbnb, maybe get unpacked.”
Reuben thought the response was a little rude, and his sister’s smile faltered. Her brows
About the Authors
Tricia Goyer writes out of her passion for God and her love for family and others. The author of more than 70 books, she writes both historical fiction and nonfiction related to family and parenting. This USA Today best-selling author has won a two Carol Awards and a Retailer’s Best Award. She was also an ECPA Gold-Medallion Nominee and a Christy Award Nominee and won Writer of the Year from the Mt. Hermon Christian Writers Conference. Tricia’s contemporary and historical novels feature strong women overcoming great challenges. She is a beloved author of Amish fiction, having written the Big Sky and Seven Brides for Seven Bachelors series. Whether for fiction or nonfiction, Tricia’s writing style is vivid and heartwarming, allowing readers to take home more than engaging stories, but also messages that inspire faith and hope. Her goal is to write stories that matter. Connect with Tricia by visiting triciagoyer.com to follow her on social media or subscribe to email newsletter updates.
Christen Krumm is the author of the young adult romcom It Happened At Christmas. She lives with her husband and three barefoot wildings in the middle of the world, Oklahoma. She drinks way too much coffee and reads too many books, but creating stories with her Creator is her favorite.
(1) winner will receive a print copy of On the Golden Cliffs and a $10 voucher to the Sunrise Shop!
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