Amish Snowflakes: Volume Three: Saved by a Convoy [NOOK Book]

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Amish Mennonite Fiction Author, Sicily Yoder continues the story of Old Order Amish woman, Rachael Zook, and the triplets that she gave up at birth. Rachael was told that she'd delivered one baby girl, Renee, during an emergency C-section. The Amish parents of Jeremiah Troyer, the Amish man who Rachael had thought was the baby's father have kept Renee and raised her as their own in another city.
When Jeremiah Troyer shows up and tells Rachael that he'd cheated on her and had ...
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Amish Snowflakes: Volume Three: Saved by a Convoy

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Overview

Amish Mennonite Fiction Author, Sicily Yoder continues the story of Old Order Amish woman, Rachael Zook, and the triplets that she gave up at birth. Rachael was told that she'd delivered one baby girl, Renee, during an emergency C-section. The Amish parents of Jeremiah Troyer, the Amish man who Rachael had thought was the baby's father have kept Renee and raised her as their own in another city.
When Jeremiah Troyer shows up and tells Rachael that he'd cheated on her and had lied to her about being Renee's father, Rachael is heartbroken and self-humiliated by her carelessness during Rumspringa. Making things worse, Jeremiah explains that Rachael had delivered three babies instead of one.
Registered Nurse, Brandy Thompson has just been killed in a car wreck, and Elijah Yoder, the real father of Rachael's triplet girls is on the hunt for two of the siblings that Brandy had illegally adopted in the hospital. Will Elijah find them before a serial kidnapper that is looking for blond-haired twins finds them?

Can God provide an army of angels to protect one's family even when their parents have fallen by sin? Can Rachael handle raising three daughters that she's never known?

Will Elijah come forth and be the Godly father that he needs to be, or will his claims of repentance and promise to join the church and community as an Amish church member and volunteer firefighter prove false? In Shipshewana, the first responders carry German Bibles in their trucks and pray before each run. Is this what Elijah needs?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148274971
  • Publisher: Farmer Books
  • Publication date: 7/11/2013
  • Series: Amish Snowflakes , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 31,936
  • File size: 28 KB

Meet the Author

Sicily Yoder enjoys writing about the Plain people. She is a devout Christian and foster mother to five.
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