4 edition of Amish Christmas Promise found in the catalog.
|Statement||Harlequin Enterprises, Limited|
|Publishers||Harlequin Enterprises, Limited|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
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" The story is engaging and intriguing and a great read for fans of Amish fiction. There is also another story intertwined as is usually the case with Ms. Other reviews can be found at. The first official wedding is taking place but when Bishop Floyd veers off course in the ceremony, the community becomes unsettled.
It can't have been easy to leave all you know and love behind but that's exactly what she did.
John Michael Miller lives near the home and has a history with the King family. This is the 1st book I read by Jo Ann Brown. While it is set during December and into January, it is not a Christmas story unfortunately. Christmas at Promise Lodge is the second book written by Charlotte Hubbard in the Promise Lodge series. Karen Ehman is a New York Times bestselling author, Bible studies teacher, writer, and Proverbs 31 Ministries speaker.
John Michael felt he at Amish Christmas Promise with the King family, but he felt he needed to stay away after he broke things off with Beth. Sarah's life is full, with her job bookkeeping for Noah, helping her schoolteacher friend with preparations for the Christmas program, Amish Christmas Promise helping at home, where her cousin's wife is about to give birth to her second child.
This devastates Rosetta, one of the founders of the new community, since she is keeping time with their Mennonite neighbor. I really enjoyed reading this. Now she was home, at least where she began and is living with her Grandmother. More laughter and sweet heartache which means this was a blissfully emotional read for me.
I loved that Gray included helpful fire safety tips especially during the Christmas season in the story. You will witness the strong faith these people live, and for me I yearned to live amongst them. The story radiates kindness, belief in God, and the need to help others. The author even added recipes and information on Amish Christmas traditions. I received a complimentary copy from the author and any and all opinions expressed in the above review are entirely my own.
I did not understand why John Michael nor Grace ever spoke with their parents, a deacon, or the Bishop when someone in their community needed assistance.
The ending was easy to spot because of Amish ways and belief in God but I didn't mind knowing what was to come.
Sarah also has to make certain her pregnant sister-in-law knows she's only there to help, not to take over.