Runaway Home: A Contemporary Amish Romance | Amish Dreams on Prince Edward Island, Book Two

by Amy Grochowski

Genres: Amish, Fiction

ISBN: 9781649601223

248 pages

Price: $16.99

Can love find a home for a runaway cowboy and the Amish woman he left behind?

Noah Detweiler thought he’d left his Amish life forever. After years on the Albertan prairie as a cowboy, he’s finally found peace with God and purpose at Second Chance Ranch working with special needs children. But when he discovers time is running out for any hope of reconciliation with his father, Noah is forced to revisit his past and the woman he left behind.

Rachel Erb remains content with Amish life on Prince Edward Island by focusing on her faith and her job caring for animals—until Noah returns and the secret longings of her heart are exposed. But loving Noah is destined to break her heart again—no matter what she chooses.

A future together seems as far out of reach as it ever has been for Noah and Rachel. Their dreams won’t be realized without sacrifice. Only who will pay the cost?



Amy Grochowski brings us another uplifting Amish story set against the beautiful backdrop of Prince Edward Island! I was swept up in this tale of family forgiveness, hard-won redemption, and a broken romance just begging to be mended. These true-to-life characters face difficult choices and soul-deep dilemmas, but as they follow their faith—and their hearts—old sorrows are washed away by new joy. The world needs more stories like Runaway Home!
—Laurel Blount
Carol Award Winner and Author of Shelter in the Storm

This book touched my heartstrings and reminded me that in order to find forgiveness and love, one must first find God. When Noah begins to put God first, everything else seems to fall into place. A beautiful reminder set in a lovely location and written by a gifted writer. I know you will love it!
—Lenora Worth
NY Times, USA Today, and PW bestselling author


Amy Grochowski’s deep appreciation for the Amish faith and way of life stems from six years of living and working with a Beachy Amish family, as well as her own Anabaptist roots. She maintains ties to both Amish and Mennonite friends who serve as readers for the authenticity of this work. She is an active ACFW member and published author of historical short fiction.