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Breaking the rules of their Order, Ruth's husband packs up his pregnant wife and their four children and joins a wagon train heading west. Though Ruth is determined to keep separate from the Englisch, as stricture demands, the harrowing journey soon compels her to accept help from two unlikely allies; Hortence, the preacher's wife, and the tomboyish, teasing Sadie.
But as these new friendships lead to betrayal, what started as a quest for a brighter future ends with Ruth making unthinkable sacrifices, risking faith and family, and transforming into a woman she never imagined she'd become.
Number of Pages: 352
Vendor: NAL Trade
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
The Quaker and the Rebel, Civil War Heroines Series #1Mary EllisHarvest House Publishers / 2013 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 15 Reviews Video
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1867. Ruth Holtz has more blessings than she can count—a loving husband, an abundant farm, beautiful children, and the warm embrace of the Amish community. Then, the English arrive, spreading incredible stories of free land in the West and inspiring her husband to dream of a new life in Idaho.
Breaking the rules of their Order, Ruth’s husband packs up his pregnant wife and their four children and joins a wagon train heading west. Though Ruth is determined to keep separate from the English, as stricture demands, the harrowing journey soon compels her to accept help from two unlikely allies: Hortence, the preacher’s wife, and the tomboyish, teasing Sadie.
But as these new friendships lead to betrayal, what started as a quest for a brighter future ends with Ruth making unthinkable sacrifices, risking faith and family, and transforming into a woman she never imagined she’d become….
"Moore writes with lyrical beauty...I fell in love with Ruth and her family, was gripped by her fortitude through dark days, and held my breath to the heart-stopping end!"Juliette Fay, author of Shelter Me and Deep Down True
"A breathtaking epic...A transporting, dramatic and thoughtful readjust the way I like them." Nichole Bernier, author of The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D.
"An Unseemly Wife is a disquieting tale of dreams and delusions, community and separation, loyalty and betrayal. Ultimately, Ruth is a survivor among survivors: a woman who, despite the seismic shifts in her world, stands tenaciously at her own center."Katheryn Leonard Czepiel, author of A Violet Season
"Top-notch historical fiction...its characters will live with me always."Jenna Blum, Author of Those Who Save Us
"One of those rare novels of beauty and darkness, transfixing us with a place few can imagine and a narrator as fierce as she is true."Michelle Hoover, Author of The Quickening
"A harrowing and gripping novel."Randy Susan Meyers, Bestselling Author of The Murderers Daughters and The Comfort of Lies
"Moores tale of hardship and survival takes up classic Western themes but adds in Amish heritage as an intriguing twist. . . full of warm, descriptive language, quaint terminology (such as "littles" for children), and fresh, folksy metaphors. A worthwhile literary contribution to the popular Amish-fiction subgenre."Kirkus (starred review)