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The Postcard [and] The Crossroad

af Beverly Lewis

Serier: Amish Country Crossroads (Omnibus 1-2)

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The postcard: Rachel Yoder, a New Order Amish woman, loses her husband and son in a tragic accident and returns to her parents with her second child, Annie, in tow. Resigned to life as a widow, she helps her family run a bed-and-breakfast in a quaint Lancaster County town. Philip Bradley, a world-weary journalist from New York, is assigned to write an article on the Amish. While lodging at the Yoder's B & B, he discovers a postcard that reveals a shocking tale of a community shattered by betrayal and united in secrecy. Can Rachel heal her broken heart and survive the secret the postcard has revealed?The crossroad: Philip can't forget Rachel and little Annie after he returns to New York and decides he must know once and for all if he truly loves the soft-spoken widow. He returns to Lancaster County and immerses himself in the ways of the Plain People and, to his delight, Rachel returns his love. But Philip must make a hard decision--either join his beloved and her Anabaptist faith, or return without her to modern life.… (mere)
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The postcard: Rachel Yoder, a New Order Amish woman, loses her husband and son in a tragic accident and returns to her parents with her second child, Annie, in tow. Resigned to life as a widow, she helps her family run a bed-and-breakfast in a quaint Lancaster County town. Philip Bradley, a world-weary journalist from New York, is assigned to write an article on the Amish. While lodging at the Yoder's B & B, he discovers a postcard that reveals a shocking tale of a community shattered by betrayal and united in secrecy. Can Rachel heal her broken heart and survive the secret the postcard has revealed?The crossroad: Philip can't forget Rachel and little Annie after he returns to New York and decides he must know once and for all if he truly loves the soft-spoken widow. He returns to Lancaster County and immerses himself in the ways of the Plain People and, to his delight, Rachel returns his love. But Philip must make a hard decision--either join his beloved and her Anabaptist faith, or return without her to modern life.

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