The Widow of Larkspur Inn by Lawana Blackwell -- The first book in the Gresham Chronicles; a nice tale of Julia Hollis and her children who leave London after the death of their husband/father who left them in debt. Julia opens an inn in the country - a place for lodgers to stay and rest in a peaceful place. The story describes life there with the villagers and the lodgers.
The Amish Bride by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould -- book three follows the story of Ella as she leaves Lancaster County to learn baking in Indiana; also she tries to help her grandmother solve a mystery in a book their ancestor left
The Amish Seamstress by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould -- the final book in this series, this one is about Izzy, the young Amish caretaker and seamstress, and about Zed, Ella's film-making brother; a pretty good series over all
The Amish Groom by Mindy Starns Clark and Susan Meissner -- part of The Men of Lancaster County series. I figured since I read the Women series, I'd give this a try. Tyler's mother was raised Amish, but left her faith community to marry a career military man. When she died suddenly, Tyler, age 6, went to live with his Amish grandparents while his dad went overseas. In this book Tyler, now 23, feels a restlessness. He's not sure if he should join the Amish church or join the "Englisch" world where he started life and where his father, stepmother, and brother live.
A Surrendered Heart by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller -- book three in The Broadmoor Legacy; this book focused more on Amanda as she had to make a choice about saving the family fortune and so forth