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Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Emma Raber's Daughter
In book two of Amish fiction author Jerry S. Eicher’s new Emma Raber’s Daughter series, Katie Raber’s journey of discovery continues after her mamm’s marriage to Jesse Mast. Drawn back from the Mennonite world briefly by the miracle of Mamm’s changed heart, Katie finds she can’t totally abandon her new Mennonite friends.
Jesse’s oldest daughter, Mabel, refuses to accept Katie, creating conflict at home. Ben Yoder, the most popular boy in the community, also begins to attend the Mennonite youth gatherings in his attempt to run away from personal problems.
Overjoyed at the attention Ben pays her, Katie pursues the relationship willingly. When an opportunity comes to travel with her Mennonite friends to Europe to explore the roots of the faith, Katie can’t believe how much she is being blessed. Especially after a secret donor pays for the trip.
While in Europe, Katie learns the truth about Ben when he is arrested. As her world comes crashing down, she finds healing in her visit to the Alps and the land where her forefathers suffered so much. She returns home determined to mend the bad feelings with Jesse’s daughter, Mabel, and to continue on the path to healing without Ben.
Book two in the Emma Raber’s Daughter series.
Jerry Eicher taught for two terms in Amish and Mennonite schools in Ohio and Illinois. He writes of his experience growing up Amish in his memoir My Amish Childhood. Jerry has been involved in church renewal, preaching, and teaching Bible studies. He lives with his wife, Tina, and their four children in Virginia.
What a fantastic read! Jerry shows his talent at character description vividly in this book! The plot was full of intertwining plots that had unexpected turns as often as I turned the pages. Jerry also has the talent of portraying the Amish lifestyle accurately. That is something I look for in an Amish fiction book.”
Karla Hanns, karla-hanns-karla.blogspot.com
I loved reading Katie’s Journey to Love. This was a fascinating story and I found that the historical aspect would likely appeal to both male and female readers.”
Rhonda Nash-Hall, colormeactive.blogspot.com
I loved that Katie’s Journey to Love had some unexpected twists mixed in.”
Judy K. Burgi
Read and enjoy as I have this story of Katie and Emma finding love.”
Paula Osborne, arpaul-paula.blogspot.com
"This is not your typical Amish romance book."
Cindy Loven, cindylovenreviews.blogspot.com