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Rebecca's Bouquet #1, Hope Chest of Dreams series, by Lisa Jones Baker
Rebecca Somers thought she would spend the rest of her life in the heartland of Illinois raising a family in a close Amish community with William. She reluctantly goes with him and works by his side when he must travel out of state to save his ailing father's business. William respects her for making this sacrifice with her deepest beliefs and feels no matter how right they are for each, he does not want ask her to be his wife and not fulfil her dreams of having a family in an Amish community?
Publication Date: 2016
Series: Hope Chest of Dreams
First in a new series
Three young Amish women, gifted with hand-carved hope chests to hold their treasures and their dreams for the future, find the inspiration they need to help them reconcile love and faith in the most unexpected ways…
The last thing Rebecca Sommer dreamed her plan to wed would bring is a heart-wrenching choice. She thought she and her betrothed, William, would spend the rest of their lives in Illinois heartland, raising a family in their close-knit Amish hometown. But when he must travel far out of state to save his ailing father's business, Rebecca braves her relatives' disapprovaland her own fearsto go work by his side. And though she finds herself ever more in love with the dedicated, resourceful man he proves to be, Williams growing interest in English ways may be the one challenge even her steadfast faith can't meet…
William knows he couldn't ask for a more loyal wife-to-be. And the bravery that helps Rebecca tackle every obstacle makes her even more admirable. He simply won't ask her to sacrifice her deepest beliefs, no matter how right they are for each other. But the patience and care that crafted Rebecca's hope chest is somehow showing them there's more than one way prayers can be answeredand hearts brought together forever...
"The prayers and faith are respectfully illustrated, and Baker emphasizes the conviction required to hold to Amish traditions while surrounded by 21st century conveniences, providing an unusual and welcome level of insight into the characters inner lives." Publishers Weekly, Starred Review