An Amish Bride
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An Amish Bride  -     By: Rosalind Lauer

An Amish Bride

Zebra / 2022 / Paperback

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Title: An Amish Bride
By: Rosalind Lauer
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Zebra
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 7.00 X 4.75 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 1420152122
ISBN-13: 9781420152128
Stock No: WW0152128

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Warm and uplifting, Rosalind Lauer welcomes readers back to Joyful River, Pennsylvania, a faith-filled Amish community living side-by-side with the English world and overcoming culture clashes with compassion, love, and abiding trust in Gott’s plan…
 

Caught in a love triangle, can a dairy farmer draw on his faith to show the woman he loves that he’s the better match?
 
For Sam Lapp, every day spent working on his family’s dairy farm is a reminder of Gott’s bounty and goodness. And he’s found the person he wants to share that life with. Sam remembers the exact moment he stopped seeing Sadie Beiler as just his sister’s best friend, and saw instead the graceful, loving woman she’s become. If only he had seen it before Sadie began courting someone else…
 
When Sadie first caught the eye of a handsome auctioneer, she felt blessed, hopeful that marriage would provide an escape from her troubled home. But as months stretch on without a proposal, Sadie discovers a worrying new side to her beau—and a growing kinship with Sam. Thoughtful, hardworking, kind to his visiting English cousins and to her, Sam shows Sadie that real love is just a stone’s throw away. But when an unexpected obstacle forces a separation between them, can steadfast faith make Sadie an Amish bride at last?
 

Author Bio

Rosalind Lauer is the author of the Joyful River Series, Lancaster Crossing series, and Seasons of Lancaster series. She grew up in a large family in Maryland and began visiting Lancaster County’s Amish community as a child. Lauer attended Wagner College in New York City and worked as an editor for Simon & Schuster and Harlequin Books. She now lives with her family in Oregon, where she writes in the shade of some towering two-hundred-year-old Douglas fir trees. Readers can find her on Facebook at facebook.com/GoodOldFashionedBooks/
 

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