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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Brides of Lancaster County
Rebekah Stoltzfus is the niece of Miriam Stoltzfus Hilty, whom we met in book one, A Merry Heart. When Rebekah was a child, a freak buggy accident injured her spinal cord, resulting in Rebekah being confined to a wheelchair for many years. Now at nineteen, Rebekah has the use of her legs if she wears braces and uses crutches, but Rebekah prefers her wheelchair.
Rebekah is sure that no man will want to marry her. What she longs for is some form of independence. I know Ill never have a husband or children of my own, but if I could at least be financially independent, I would be less of a burden to everyone (p. 23). Her best friend and cousin, Mary Ellen, suggests that Rebekah open a small greenhouse on her fathers farm. Excited about the chance to spread her wings, her family and friends build her a small handicap-accessible shop. One of those helping her to build is Daniel. His business sense and knowledge of greenhouses greatly improve her venture. Yet when Daniel asks to court Rebekah, she refuses.
Will Rebekah allow God to work in her heart? Will her heart ever bloom like one of her beautiful flowers? Sit down, grab your favorite drink, and get to know Rebekah and her story. Vicki Borgman, Christian Book Previews.com