A Lancaster Amish Vacation for Jacob

A Lancaster Amish Vacation for Jacob

by Rachel Stoltzfus
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A Lancaster Amish Vacation for Jacob by Rachel Stoltzfus

Abandoned Philadelphia teen Jacob Marshall has found an Amish home with Thomas and Dorothy Mast. They go on vacation to Florida from time to time, and this year is year when they set out. But when Jacob decides to get some comic books at all costs, will he survive a perilous boat trip, and Sarah the perils of young love?

New adventures await in this light-hearted look into vacationing with the Masts, including a run in with an evangelist who's on a mission to bring Jesus to the Amish people, a female boat captain who comes with a really odd problem, and Jacob's attempt to swim for shore in his bid to convince Thomas that comic books are worth buying.

In the meantime, Sarah falls for a boy named Simon who tells her a secret that explodes all over the family.

Will Jacob survive a perilous boat trip, and Sarah the perils of young love? Find out in Book 5 of the bestselling A Home for Jacob series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150279339
Publisher: Global Grafx Press
Publication date: 12/02/2014
Series: A Lancaster Amish Home for Jacob , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 690,652
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Rachel was born and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Being part of the Mennonite community, she started writing Amish romance fiction as a way of looking at the Amish community. She wanted to present a fair and honest representation of a love that is both romantic and sweet. Her books about Jacob Marshall, "A Home for Jacob series," is the most popular of her books.

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A Lancaster Amish Vacation for Jacob 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Continued great reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I skipped ahead to read the sample of book six, the last book, so far in the series, after reading book two. Book two was pretty bad and I wanted to see where this series might be going, before I paid three bucks for book three. Needless to say I am done with this author. The sample of this book was only 4, yes, that is right, four, pages long. There are six pages of the author praising herself and other unneeded info. Well, guess what? This book is unneeded also. I would rather keep my money in my pocket. I rated one and two three stars. They were hardly worth that, but I was in an expansive mood. AD