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A Simple Hope (Lancaster Crossroads Series #2)

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  • Posted November 29, 2014

    Can Hope Overcome Darkness? Things look pretty bleak for James

    Can Hope Overcome Darkness?

    Things look pretty bleak for James Lapp.  He is confined to a wheelchair after an
    automobile accident.  He feels that he is useless as a man.  All he wanted in life
    was to marry Rachel King and tend to his family’s orchard.  Sadly he can’t do
    either one.

    Rachel King has her heart set on being James Lapp’s wife.  James has pushed
    her away and refuses to talk about marriage since he is now only half a man.  
    What is Rachel to do?  Should she give up on James?

    Perhaps an Englisher running away from a bad situation might change everyone’s
    circumstance, even her own.

    I really enjoyed, A Simple Faith.  This is the first book of this series.  When I won a
    copy of, A Simple Charity, I knew I had to buy and read, A Simple Hope
    (the second book of this series)  first, so I could get the whole story straight.

    All the characters in this story were very real to me.  There are some very sweet
    endearing ones and some very bad not so endearing ones!  To take the bad ones
    away would make for a very boring read.

    I loved that trusting God was a theme in this book.  I enjoy good clean Christian
    fiction books.  If you do too, this series is for you.

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