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Never Broken by Kathleen Fuller


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An Amish Christmas Bakery, October 2019
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An Amish Reunion, April 2019
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An Amish Family, September 2018
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An Amish Family, June 2018
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Words from the Heart, February 2018
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The Promise of a Letter, August 2017
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An Amish Summer, June 2017
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Written in Love, March 2017
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A Love Made New, September 2016
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An Amish Harvest, August 2016
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An Amish Market, February 2016
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Never Broken, September 2015
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A Reluctant Bride, September 2015
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An Amish Second Christmas, October 2014
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An Amish Garden, March 2014
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A Pioneer Christmas Collection, November 2013
An Amish Christmas, September 2011
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An Amish Gathering, January 2010
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Never Broken
Kathleen Fuller

Everlasting Faith #1
Mountain Brook Ink
September 2015
On Sale: August 25, 2015
Featuring: Shannon; Rory O'Leary; Ainslee
300 pages
ISBN: 0996006869
EAN: 9780996006866
Kindle: B010MTIOY2
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Inspirational Historical

Rory O'Leary has little use for his uncle and aunt's stately Irish manor, which has been his reluctant home since he and his brother were orphaned. When summoned home for a family wedding, he has a brief, heart-stopping meeting with Shannon Cahill, a young peasant woman. When Rory's uncle passes away, his cousin inherits the estate, cutting off all funds and removing Rory and his brother from the only home they know. Rory feels his best option is to leave Ireland. Meanwhile, the Irish potato blight ravishes Shannon and her sister Ainslee's tiny village. Her ailing parents insist that Shannon and her sister emigrate to America. The sisters are devastated at leaving their home, and Shannon fears she'll never again see the man who stole her heart in the rose garden. But God has other plans. When Rory finds the two sisters huddled on the squalid docks of County Cork, he leads them all to Scotland...and an adventure they never expected.

Everlasting Faith


28 comments posted.

Re: Never Broken

I don't need to be added into the drawing as I've read
the book and LOVED it!

I went to the website and looked for the meaning to my
name, but they don't have it. A bit too unusual, I guess.
Thanks for sharing about names, Kathleen, very
(Miralee Ferrell 4:07pm September 7, 2015)

I read the electronic version but would love to own the paperback book. I found the meaning of the name Ainslee interesting because the street I live on was named after a man named Ainsley. I wonder if that is the female version of Ainslee. The street crosses a hilltop so the person who named it clearly did not know the Scottish meaning, if it is in fact a female version of the name.
Edward Arrington 5:04pm September 7, 2015)

Torn between love and country...sounds good.
Richard Burr 7:37am September 8, 2015)

No I dont.
Marissa Yip-Young 10:06am September 8, 2015)

My given name is Priscilla which you already have above in your list! It says it means 'ancient'. I have always gone by the nickname Patty, which means 'noble'.
Would love to read Never Broken!
Patty Hamblin 10:21am September 8, 2015)

Vicki is a form of Victoria. To conquer, be victorious! Easy one!
Vicki Hancock 10:24am September 8, 2015)

My name means girl or young woman.
Colleen Conklin 1:04pm September 8, 2015)

I have no idea where my name comes from.
Robbie Bauldree 1:10pm September 8, 2015)

Yes, I do know names meanings since it is an important part of
choosing a name which is name after a deceased close family
member. Anne - is Chana in Hewbew and is my mother's name and
mine and it means he has favored me.
Sharon Berger 1:41pm September 8, 2015)

My name, Edward, means wealthy guardian. According to, it is an acronym meaning:

E for excellence.
D for delight.
W for warm-hearted.
A for amenable.
R for rapport.
D for dashing.

With the exception of the last word, I feel that my name
describes me pretty well.
Edward Washington 1:43pm September 8, 2015)

Patricia means Noble. lol certainly not me. Your book sounds delightful. Would love to read it & will leave reviews.
Pat Moore 2:37pm September 8, 2015)

Thanks for the comments everyone! I love finding out what your names
mean. The acronym idea is awesome. :)
Kathleen Fuller 2:52pm September 8, 2015)

Karen means 'pure'.
Karen Hoover 2:59pm September 8, 2015)

Although I've hated my name all my life, and was bullied
relentlessly about it as a kid growing up, it's supposed
to mean "a pearl." Whoever did my birth certificate put
the wrong name down, and I was stuck!! Anyway, I found
your posting to be enlightening, and your book is going
to be a real page-turner!! Can't wait to get my hands on
it!! Congratulations on your book!!
Peggy Roberson 6:11pm September 8, 2015)

Laurie means laurel, the plant that grows bay leaves used in cooking. Not
very romantic, lol
Laurie Bergh 8:40am September 9, 2015)

Barbara means foreign woman. HA Oh well...
Bonnie Capuano 8:46pm September 9, 2015)

I knew the basic meaning of my name before looking it up.
But I enjoyed reading all the extra information.

Debora (Deborah & Debra) reached its peak of popularity
for babies being named Debora in 1957 with a total of
2,367 babies born. I was born in 1958.

The origin for it is Hebrew and it means Bee.

The acronym they give for it is:

D is for dignity, no one disputes this trait!
E is for enchant, for enchant you will.
B is for bewitch, your charm is undeniable.
O is for orderly, a lifelong passion.
R is for radiant, it's your personality!
A is for abundant, your cheer knows no bounds.

I was blessed to be one of the final proofreaders for you
book and I loved it. I would love to win a copy though so
that I can re-read it when the next one comes out. Thank
you for the chance.
Debora Wilder 9:50pm September 9, 2015)

I second the Debra name.
Deb Philippon 8:51am September 10, 2015)

MY name means all honey.
Pam Howell 9:34am September 10, 2015)

Joan....( Hebrew ) : God Is Gracious ....and He has been to me . I have been very Blessed . Thank you for this giveaway, I'd love to read this book .
Joan Thrasher 10:50am September 10, 2015)

what a fun site to learn about ones name. My name first appeared in 1881 and its Latin for Glory. Thanks so much for the contest. Happy reading everyone.
Gloria Vigil 1:21pm September 10, 2015)

My give name is Irene, who was the ancient Greek goddess
of peace.
Irene Menge 2:31pm September 10, 2015)

Thank you for the opportunity to win the book.
Kathy Church 2:43pm September 10, 2015)

My name is english and means grace. Thanks for this opportunity.
Nancy Luebke 3:38pm September 10, 2015)

My name is Mary and of the two definitions: of the Sea or Bitter I'm going to go with of the Sea. Bitter doesn't sound that great.
Mary Songer 6:43pm September 10, 2015)

I am named after a princess in Greek mythology ^^
H J 7:56pm September 10, 2015)

Origin: Latin
Meaning: Worthy of Love
Amanda Ray 4:53pm September 11, 2015)

I don't know of a meaning behind my name!
Denise Austin 5:17pm September 11, 2015)

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