Bitter Crossroad

Bitter Crossroad

by June Bryan Belfie

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Overview

Belinda Glick enjoys her time with the Zook family, but it's time to return to Ohio. Her Aunt Mary is strong enough to take over the care of Oma. Though she will miss everyone, Belinda's heart is with Jeff Richardson, a young man back home.

Things become complicated when her parents realize her feelings for Jeff go beyond friendship. He is still an Englisher in their minds, though he plans to adopt the simpler ways of the Mennonites.

Katie, the youngest Zook daughter, finds herself questioning her own future with Josiah Stoltz. Events outside her control bring her face-to-face with her own mortality Where does Josiah fit in her life?

Belinda must return to Lancaster when the family's situation alters drastically. Will she come back to Ohio once she's no longer needed at the Zooks? Will Jeff be willing to wait? Will her family disown her if she leaves the Amish faith?

Belinda finds herself at a crossroad. Bitter indeed.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781078790819
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 03/27/2020
Series: The Zook Family Revisited , #2
Edition description: 3rd ed.
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

My deepest roots are here in Pennsylvania, though I was born in New York State and lived in New Jersey and Connecticut for the first twenty years of my life. The beauty of Pennsylvania and the variation in the seasons and topography have gotten into my soul, and I hope to spend the rest of my life here.

Married over forty years to a very special man who loves me just the way I am, I’m also the mother of five adult children and grandmother to eight amazing kids.

I believe in Jesus Christ and pray for direction in my writing. Not all has been roses in my life. I had a divorce many years ago and know the pain of rejection. I've had illnesses, watched my children suffer, lost my parents, and known failure. Perhaps, for all these reasons, I feel a need to share through my writings. Perhaps a thought, a chapter, even a sentence might help a fellow human in some small way.

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