The Ultimate Amish Romance Boxed Set Collection (1-8) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Follow the heartwarming saga of the Kaufman family through the generations. This boxed set features all eight Amish romances including:

Heavenly Blessing
Abigail is supposed to live a plain and simple life. To work in her families quilt shop and marry one of the local boys. But when she meets a handsome ...
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The Ultimate Amish Romance Boxed Set Collection (1-8)

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Overview

Follow the heartwarming saga of the Kaufman family through the generations. This boxed set features all eight Amish romances including:

Heavenly Blessing
Abigail is supposed to live a plain and simple life. To work in her families quilt shop and marry one of the local boys. But when she meets a handsome outsider, plans start to change, forcing Abigail to make the decision of a lifetime.

Heavenly Temptation
Allison always felt like she was second best. So when a handsome Englisher comes to Lancaster and falls for her, she is pleasantly surprised. But for an Amish woman like Allison, the prospect of love with an outsider sends her family life into turmoil, forcing her to make the hardest decision she's ever had to make.

Heaven Sent
Miriam lives a plain and simple life of devotion in step with her Amish upbringing. It is a life she has always planned to share with Jed Fisher, her lifelong neighbor and the only man she's ever loved. But when a hunky new Amish man moves to town from a neighboring community with eyes for Miriam, her heart is flung into a tug of war that will force her to make the toughest decision of her life.

Heavenly Desire
Miriam couldn't believe she was finally married. It was like an Amish dream come true. But all Miriam had to do was look at her sister to see that desire didn't always last forever. So with her parents fortieth wedding anniversary on the horizon, she sets out to discover how to keep a marriage sizzling.
In any long term marriage though, there are regrets. For the Kaufman's, it was the departure of their first daughter from Lancaster County. But as their daughter returns unexpectedly after a decade away, it's clear the Kaufman's will be in for an anniversary party like no other.

I'll Be Waiting In Heaven
Allison is an Amish widow that worries she'll never be able to fall in love with another man. But her two young daughters need a father. So when a handsome local farmer takes a liking to Allison, she has to decide whether she's willing to put her heart on the line.

Heavenly Dreams
Beth has always felt second best compared to her older and more beautiful sister. When a handsome stranger comes to her Amish community and chooses Beth though, things will never be the same. But will their love last over time, or will Beth find herself coming in second again to her sister after all?

Heavenly Purpose
Patricia leaves the comfort of her Amish home in pursuit of a dream career in Christian music, but soon finds the path to success to be more difficult than she ever imagined. With her dream slowly slipping away, she's forced to make the toughest decision of her life--stay and risk absolute failure, or head back to Amish country and live a plain and simple life.

Born Again Amish
Sometimes hope is lost and your faith is shaken. Sometimes it seems like the world is crashing down around you. Sometimes you just lose your way. But just when you need it the most, you're reminded of the healing power of the Lord. That Jesus is with you every step of the way. It's then that you're born again.
Enter a modern Adam and Eve that find Eden to be fraught with more perils than just apples and snakes. But amidst foreclosure, wilting gardens, and rib problems, they discover that faith conquers all.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015838428
  • Publisher: Becca Fisher
  • Publication date: 11/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 244,030
  • File size: 596 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2013

    The first 7 books were the worst books I ever read. I am an avi

    The first 7 books were the worst books I ever read. I am an avid reader of Amish novels and this author didn't even come close. This author didn't sound as though she had ever had an opportunity to meet, study or have the slightest idea about the Amish people. The first 7 books sounded like cheap romance novels, actually on the edge of being vulgar. The story lines and descriptions sounded all the same, just change the names. There is much more to the Amish people than the shallow brazen women and men in these novels. The author did a grave disservice to these people with her books. The 8th book was a different story but had no merit at all. Try Wanda Brunstetter 9or many others) if you want an authentic novel about the Amish. In other wards don't waste your time. The transcribing got worse as the books progressed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2013

    did not sound like Amish to me

    I have read lots of great stories about the Amish! This series was awful to say the least ! Look for Beverly Lewis or many other great Amish writers...don't waste your time with this one!!!

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