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An Amish Wedding Paperback – Bargain Price, November 29, 2011
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Fans of Amish fiction will find triple the enjoyment here thanks to this gathering of novellas in one book. The trio of stories--all by accomplished writers of Amish fiction--create a tight braid of friendship and love as three young women follow their hearts despite bumps in the road.A satisfying addition to the popular Amish genre. --Publisher's Weekly
Three intertwined stories and characters combine in this charming book. -- Romantic Times
About the Author
Beth Wiseman is hailed as a top voice in Amish fiction. She is the author of numerous bestsellers including the Daughters of the Promise series and the Land of Canaan series. She and her family live in Texas. Kelly Long is the author of Sarah's Garden, the first novel in the Patch of Heaven series. She was born and raised in the mountains of Northern Pennsylvania. She’s been married for nearly 25 years and has five children. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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All 3 of these stories are well written and very enjoyable to read. I love all these authors and having them within the covers of the same book is a blessing. I would most definitely recommend reading this book to any and all who would listen to me.
The first novella is by Kelly Long, Luke and Rose bestfriends marrying, but Rose is unsure if the marriage will work, she wants passion and intimacy but Luke has always been her bestfriend and he doesn't understand. She learns Luke has secrets and suddenly she realizes that maybe she doesn't really know him afterall.
Kathleen Fuller writes the second novella about independent, 25 year old Naomi who lives in the Dawdi house alone running a bakery and getting ready for her good friend's wedding. Zeke, the grooms cousin, comes into town for the wedding and finds himself being set up with Margaret when he wants Naomi. Naomi was hurt when her boyfriend took a job out of state and married another woman behind her back and she doesn't want to open herself up for hurt ever again and Zeke doesn't want to just settle for a loveless marriage.
Beth Wiseman closes the book with her novella about Chester and Priscilla and how they came to love one another. Stress and worry put doubts into their heads and they are unsure if they are on God's path because of all the problems that continue to surface as they plan their wedding. Housebuilding problems, job losses, wedding dress disaster, family unable to attend, sick friends, ect. On the morning of their wedding they awaken unsure if they will follow through with their wedding and unsure what to do. Each opens an envelope and it seals their fate and they know what they must do.