Amish are fodder for three new romance novels and a devotional

 

The Amish continue to boost the publishing industry, however inadvertently. They’ve provided fodder for three new Christian romance novels – part of the popular “bonnet ripper” subgenre – as well as a daily devotional.

Source: Amish are fodder for three new romance novels and a devotional – LancasterOnline

I would be very interested to know what the total sales are for the “bonnet ripper” genre as a whole. This article gives details on four new tomes centered around the Amish and their unique way of life.

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