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In Milroy, Rebecca once again visits the old covered bridge over the Flatrock River, the source of her past memories and of her promise made so long ago. Where will Rebecca find happiness? In Wheat Ridge with John, the man she has agreed to marry...or should she stake her future on the memory that persists...and the ring she has never forgotten? Does God have a perfect will for Rebecca-and if so how can she know that will?
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Adams County Trilogy
Readers who enjoyed Rebecca's Promise will eagerly devour the next entry in this Amish series set in southern Ohio.
Rebecca Keim returns to Wheat Ridge full of resolve to make her relationship with John Miller work. But in her absence, John has become suspicious of the woman he loves. Before their conflict can be resolved, John is badly injured and Rebecca is sent back to
Milroy to aid her seriously ill Aunt Leona.
In Milroy, Rebecca once again visits the old covered bridge over the Flatrock River, the source of her past memories and of her promise made so long ago.
Where will Rebecca find happiness? In Wheat Ridge with John, the man she has agreed to marryR30;or should she stake her future on the memory that persistsR30;and the ring she has never forgotten? Does God have a perfect will for Rebecca-and if so how can she know that will?
DonnasBookshelfTennesseeAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Book two begins with sadness, yet is full of hope and love.September 16, 2014DonnasBookshelfTennesseeAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5One of the most unique aspects about Jerry Eichers books is how real the story feels. You feel like you are reading about real life the good and the bad.
Poor Rebecca she finally resolves her past, comes back home to marry John and tragedy occurs almost immediately. This is so true to life. For many of us, just as it seems as if life is going to get a little easier, something happens to throw us into turmoil again.
Will John ever trust Rebecca? Will he recover? Or will she return to Milroy?
Jerry uses his tremendous talent to show you just how harsh the plain life can be, yet how rewarding. This is just one of the ways his books are so great. Although I know there will be hardship and sorrows, I always enjoy reading Jerrys stories.
Dont miss out on this wonderful trilogy!
UpnorthMarathon, ONAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Great readingApril 11, 2012UpnorthMarathon, ONAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4This is excellent family reading with Christian principles.
Charles Mcmillian4 Stars Out Of 5August 18, 2010Charles McmillianThis second book was worth reading and kept my thoughts. It was a good book.
Vonda MowreyAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5June 2, 2010Vonda MowreyAge: 55-65Gender: femaleVery good. I thought that Jerry Eicher does a good when he protrays the life of the Amish.
Carole Morrow5 Stars Out Of 5February 20, 2010Carole MorrowThis was a wonderful story. To read books with so much faith and positive thinking is great. When I finish reading these books I always have a great outlook on life.