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An Amish Goats Gone Wild Calamity 3
     

An Amish Goats Gone Wild Calamity 3

by Ruth Price
 

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NEW RELEASE -- Amish Entrepreneur Annie Miller Faces Her Greatest Challenge Yet...

Abandoned by her beau, Annie Miller struggles to keep her goat business afloat, but between new suitors, robbers, and brutal coyote attacks, will she have the strength to save her friends, her business, and her shot at true love?

After Annie Miller's beau, Samuel

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NEW RELEASE -- Amish Entrepreneur Annie Miller Faces Her Greatest Challenge Yet...

Abandoned by her beau, Annie Miller struggles to keep her goat business afloat, but between new suitors, robbers, and brutal coyote attacks, will she have the strength to save her friends, her business, and her shot at true love?

After Annie Miller's beau, Samuel Stauffer's reckless buggy racing leaves a young child clinging to life, he turns his back in shame on Annie and his Amish life. Confused and angry, Annie struggles to keep her goat business afloat, but between new suitors, robbers, and brutal coyote attacks, Annie's life swiftly spirals towards disaster. Will Annie have the strength to help her friends, save her goats, and salvage her relationship with Samuel? Or does God have other plans for her? Find out in An Amish Goats Gone Wild Calamity 3, the penultimate installment of the Yule Goat Calamity Series.

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940158188411
Publisher:
Global Grafx Press
Publication date:
05/16/2016
Series:
Lancaster County Yule Goat Calamity , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
492,778
File size:
873 KB

Meet the Author

Ruth Price is a Pennsylvania native and devoted mother of four. After her youngest set off for college, she decided it was time to pursue her childhood dream to become a fiction writer. Drawing inspiration from her faith, her husband and love of her life Harold, and deep interest in Amish culture that stemmed from a childhood summer spent with her family on a Lancaster farm, Ruth began to pen the stories that had always jabbered away in her mind. Ruth believes that art at its best channels a higher good, and while she doesn't always reach that ideal, she hopes that her readers are entertained and inspired by her stories.

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