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Grace Beiler was married off to an older Amish man in order to save her family's farm when she was just a girl. She soon after having a child loses her husband and finally free to flee her sad past. She settles into a quiet area in Pennsylvania.Shortly after settling in, she captures the heart of Seth Wyse, the most eligible bechelor in Pine Creek. Grace's brother-in-law stands in the way by revealing the troubling contents of her late husband's will. Seth proposes to Grace and vows to save her from another loveless marriage. Grace may be beyond damage and struggling to trust him. Can the marriage surpass this? But God is at work and they soon may discover that they belong together.
|Title: Threads of Grace|
By: Kelly Long
Number of Pages: 320
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 7.17 X 4.71 (inches)|
Series: A Patch of Heaven
Stock No: WW355701
Graces beauty almost cost her everything. This new start is all she has left.
When Grace Beiler was only a girl, she was married off to an older Amish man in order to save her familys farm. Years later, she finds herself newly widowed and a mother to a young son. She has finally fled her sad past and plans to settle into a quiet life in Pennsylvania.
As soon as she arrives, she captures the attention of Seth Wyse, the most eligible bachelor in Pine Creek. Seth is candid about his feelings for her, and for her son, Abel, but Grace is determined to protect her heart. Her determination falters when her brother-in-law reveals the troubling contents of her late husbands will.
Seth offers Grace his hand in marriage, and thus a means of escape. But despite his having saved her from another loveless marriage, Grace is slow to trust her new husband. And as the months wear on, Seth wonders if he has made a mistake. But God is quietly at work in their hearts, and Seth and Grace soon discover that threads of grace bind them together in a tapestry rich in hope and love.
Kelly Long is a nationally bestselling author of Amish Fiction who enjoys studying the Appalachian Amish in particular. Kelly was raised in North Central Pennsylvania, and her dad's friendship with the Amish helped shape Kelly's earliest memories of the culture. Today, she lives in Hershey, Pennsylvania, with her three children and is a great proponent of autism spectrum and mental health needs. Visit Kelly on Facebook: Fans-of-Kelly-Long and Twitter: @KellyLongAmish.