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Nick avowed his love for Rose--but will he ever be willing to sacrifice modern life for her Meanwhile, Rose's older sister, Hen, is living in her parents' Dawdi Haus. Her estranged "English" husband, injured and helpless after a car accident, has reluctantly come to live with her and their young daughter during his recovery. Can their marriage recover, as well? Is there any possible middle ground between a woman reclaiming her old-fashioned Amish lifestyle and a thoroughly modern man?
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Series: Rose Trilogy
Guardian, Home to Hickory Hollow Series #3 - eBookBeverly LewisBethany House / 2013 / ePub$9.69 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 40 Reviews
$14.99Save 35% ($5.30)Availability: In StockCBD Stock No: WW38795EB
Rose Kauffman pines for prodigal Nick Franco, the Bishop's foster son who left the Amish under a cloud of suspicion after his foster brother's death. His rebellion led to the "silencing" of their beloved Bishop. But is Nick really the rebel he appears to be? Rose's lingering feelings for her wayward friend refuse to fade, but she is frustrated that Nick won't return and make things right with the People. Nick avowed his love for Rose--but will he ever be willing to sacrifice modern life for her?
Meanwhile, Rose's older sister, Hen, is living in her parents' Dawdi Haus. Her estranged "English" husband, injured and helpless after a car accident, has reluctantly come to live with her and their young daughter during his recovery. Can their marriage recover, as well? Is there any possible middle ground between a woman reclaiming her old-fashioned Amish lifestyle and thoroughly modern man?
Loving daughter4 Stars Out Of 5Large print.December 7, 2014Loving daughterQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I bought this as a gift for my Mother who needs books with large print and this one has that.
Sis5 Stars Out Of 5Always enjoy B. Lewis writingOctober 6, 2014SisQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I really enjoyed this book - just wish I hadn't read it out of order. Beverly writes what feels like real life experiences. There are always unexpected events. Her novels lift my spirits and I can't wait until I finish so I can begin another one.
Ginger5 Stars Out Of 5The Mercy, Rose Trilogy Series #3October 2, 2014GingerValue: 5Meets Expectations: 5Enjoyed the entire series. Very well written.
Reading RoverMidwest5 Stars Out Of 5Thought Provoking LoveJune 21, 2014Reading RoverMidwestQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5THE MERCY
Two Sisters both in love, but with who, and what?
The married Sister, with an adorable angel of a daughter, finds an undeniable desire to return to the Amish Roots.
Her wordly Husband, challenges her to go, and His mistake or hers-she doesn't hesitate!
Divorce, custody_it all rears an ugly wave between two people meant to be together.
But doesn't our littlest Angel have a say_in the loves of both Sisters? You bet! It's altogether fun to listen to the joyful wisdom of this contested little person.
Of course, her Auntie's love life is of interest to our little heart-crusader, especially as she has a favorite!
A Family, a Culture, a People supporting a wayward Daughter and her â€˜English' Husband on their journey to realizing they never stopped loving each other.
Then the younger Sister's echo of how to recognize life-long love in her own life.
A very warm story about how Family loves, invites and waits for the rebellers, rejectors, and naysayers to understand, and accept the loving embrace of healthy belonging. A joyful book, despite the trials.
debwilsonSummerfield, FLAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5December 21, 2013debwilsonSummerfield, FLAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Rose Kauffman is still living in the past with only the memories of Nick Franco to keep her going. After Nick is suspected in his foster brother's death, he leaves the People, which leads to the silencing of his bishop step-father. Known by the community as the "rebel" instead of a grateful son, Nick knows he doesn't have a chance with either Rose or his family. Rose is left with the hope that he will someday return to them, and her feelings for Nick refuse to fade. Will Nick ever come back and make things right with the People, or will she always have to wonder what could have been?
Hen and her husband, Brandon are at an impasse. He insists she will be happy as a modern wife, and she tenaciously clings to her old-fashioned Amish upbringing. When Brandon has an accident which incapacitates him for a time, Hen brings him back to the Dawdi Haus to temporarily live with her and their daughter Mattie. Will they ever resolve the conflict between opinion of lifestyles, or will they loose their marriage to difference of convictions?
This final installment of the trilogy was good despite the rushing of the last 20 pages with Rose's intended. Lewis wraps up everybody's story in this final book, and not everyone has a happy ending. I was actually pleased that not everything turned out the way I expected, which is different from mainstream Amish culture media that exists today.
Lewis has a way of giving us a story that is full of twists and unexpected turns, and even though the end may be relatively happy, it is more realistic to real life in that it's not all sunshine and flowers the whole book through. It has just enough dose of reality to make it realistic. A thoroughly good read, and recommended to anyone and everyone.