On Sale: April 9, 2019
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Inspirational Romance | Amish
From bestselling authors in the Amish genre come
four stories about reuniting with those you love.
Their True Home by Amy Clipston
When Marlene Bawell moved from Bird-in-Hand ten years ago,
she was in the deepest of mourning for her mother. Now they
have moved back so her father can seek employment after
being laid off. To help save money, Marlene works at the
hardware store owned by Rudy Swarey’s father. She knew Rudy
growing up and didn’t think much of him—because he was so
immature! But just as she starts to realize how much Rudy
has changed, her life is once again turned upside down. Will
Marlene ever have a chance to find her own true home?
A Reunion of Hearts by Beth Wiseman
Ruth and Gideon Beiler experienced one of life’s most tragic
events. Unable to get past their grief, the couple abandoned
their Amish faith and went in different directions, though
neither could bear to formally dissolve the marriage. When
their loved ones reach out to them to come home for a family
reunion, Ruth has reason to believe that Gideon won’t be
there. Gideon also thinks that Ruth has declined the
invitation. Family and friends are rooting for them to
reunite, but will it all be enough for Ruth and Gideon to
get past their grief and recapture a time when they were in
love and had a bright future ahead of them?
A Chance to Remember by Kathleen
Cevilla Schlabach, Birch Creek’s resident octogenarian
matchmaker, is surprised when Richard, a man from her
Englisch past, arrives in Birch Creek for a visit.
While he and Cevilla take several walks down memory lane,
they wonder what the future holds for them at this stage of
life—friendship, or the possibility of something else?
Mended Hearts by Kelly Irvin
At eighteen Hannah Kauffman made a terrible mistake. Her
parents and members of her Jamesport Amish community say
they’ve forgiven her. But she feels their eyes following her
everywhere she goes with eighteen-month-old Evie Thaddeus,
Evie’s father, escaped this fate by running away to
Jamesport. Now that Thaddeus is gone, Hannah’s old friend
Phillip is stepping up to be by her side. He has waited
patiently for Hannah to realize just how much he cares for
her. But when Thaddeus returns after two years, Hannah can’t
deny the love she feels for him. Does the fact that Phillip
has waited patiently for her all this time mean that she
owes him something? Can she trust either one of them? Can
she trust herself? She has repented and been forgiven by the
One who is most important—her heavenly Father. But is she
willing to risk making more mistakes by opening herself up
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