Hal's Worldly Temptations: Nurse Hal Among The amish

Hal's Worldly Temptations: Nurse Hal Among The amish

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by Fay Risner
     
 

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Join the fun. You are invited to the wedding of John Lapp and Nurse Hal. Family and friends have gathered to cook, clean and plan. Men have put up a tent for the guests, so put on your bonnet or felt hat, hitch up your buggy and take a ride by scenic pastures and rolling hills to Wickenburg, Iowa. Take a seat on a bench next to Hal's folks. They will be glad to

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Join the fun. You are invited to the wedding of John Lapp and Nurse Hal. Family and friends have gathered to cook, clean and plan. Men have put up a tent for the guests, so put on your bonnet or felt hat, hitch up your buggy and take a ride by scenic pastures and rolling hills to Wickenburg, Iowa. Take a seat on a bench next to Hal's folks. They will be glad to explain the ceremony, because they came armed with Aunt Tootie's book on Amish customs. You will find a few surprises when little Daniel Lapp interrupts the bishop when he asks if anyone objects to the couple's marriage. Oh and Stella Strutt has some sort of fit. It will be the most talked about Amish wedding for years to come. Hal's married life is downhill from there. She refuses to give up her car and cell phone. Getting caught by Stella Strutt at the Old Thrasher Reunion on a "joy ride" doesn't help her avoid punishment. Is Hal going to get sent away before she gets settled in? Stick around after the wedding and find out, why don't you?

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ISBN-13:
9781535239813
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/11/2016
Pages:
302

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Hal's Worldly Temptations - Nurse Hal Among The Amish 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
PerrysmomTM More than 1 year ago
This series was the first I have downloaded so I am not sure if it is an eBook problem or the publisher's but these manuscripts needed to be better proof read and edited. Grammatical mistakes such as noun/verb agreement, tense, use of pronouns and sentence structure often interferred with the flow and readibility of the story line. The plots were simple and somewhat overly predictable but the underlying theme, typical in Amish-subject novels, was enjoyable and made for light, quick reading.
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