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The Amish Nanny (Women of Lancaster County Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2011

    Very enjoyable

    In the first book, "The Amish Midwife", we met Lexie. In the "Amish Nanny" we learn more about Lexie's sister Ada Rupp. Ada is facing many changes in her life and we get to watch her grow and learn more about her family history and about herself. I enjoyed learning more about the Anabaptist Movement and their place in history. I think you will enjoy meeting Ada as much as you enjoyed meeting Lexie. The writers, Clark and Gould, work seamlessly together with one voice keeping the story line cohesive and interesting.

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  • Posted August 22, 2013

    Good

    This is a good book. I would recommend this book to a friend.

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  • Posted April 5, 2012

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    We rejoin the story of the Women of Lancaster County, with the s

    We rejoin the story of the Women of Lancaster County, with the story of Ada Rupp. We met her earlier in the first novel in this series, but she was younger, and now we meet her again as a young woman, on the brink of the rest of her life. However an illness that kept her close to home and under the watchful eye of her Mamm, has been resolved with taking some simple supplements, and her health is better than ever. And now we discover Ada has decided she is ready to live life. She won't admit it to anyone, but she is in love with a young widower whose Mammi, is her own Mammi's best friend, Will Gundy. However it seems the bishop's daughter Leah, has decided she wants him to court her, and isn't too shy to make a move in that direction. Leah also decided she wanted the job Ada was seeking, teaching at the local school. Ada is crushed and jumps at a chance to travel to Europe to help solve a land issue that involves her family along with Will's family. Accompanying Alice (Will's Mammi) and his oldest daughter to Europe, she serves as a nanny to Will's daughter, teaching her, her school lessons to keep her caught up with her class at home.

    I loved this story, and while there is reference to the back story in the previous novel, the information given is enough for the reader to get the gist of the story, without having read the previous books. I enjoyed the story and loved the ending. (No spoilers) A great story, to share with friends and to keep in my library at home. 344 pages $13.99 US 4 Stars

    This book was provided by Harvest House for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review

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