If you enjoyed twins Alfie and Benji Petersheim in Andrew and Abraham, you’re going to love them in A Peanut Butter Christmas, my story included in the Amish Christmas Miracles Collection. If you haven’t yet read one of my Petersheim Brothers books, don’t worry. You don’t have to know anything about Alfie and Benji to laugh at how they get into mischief just to help two people find love again.
Volunteer firefighter Jerry Zimmerman left his Amish community without telling anyone, not even his girlfriend Mary Yutzy. Four months later, Mary is still heartbroken, and now, at the beginning of the Christmas season, she is having trouble finding anything to be merry about.
Eight-year-old twins Alfie and Benji Petersheim can’t stand the thought of Mary being sad at Christmastime, and they’re determined to lure Jerry back to Bienenstock. Unfortunately, to get Jerry’s attention, they might have to set something on fire, and Mamm would never approve. Add a pair of ice skates, a chocolate peanut butter pie, and two walkie-talkies, and the boys are up to their eyeballs in mischief.
Even though she resists the pull of romance and the wonder of Christmas, Mary might just discover that Christmas miracles can be found even when you’ve given up on them.