Christmas of Hope

Christmas of Hope

by Diane Craver

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Overview

Some of Fields Corner's favorite Amish characters fall in love, experience jealousy, work at extra jobs, deliver babies, and two are in an accident. Through all the challenges, life continues with hope in their hearts.

Rachel Weaver decides to visit her husband, Samuel, at his furniture business and takes lunch to him. When she arrives at his store with their daughter in her arms, Rachel is surprised to see a beautiful Englisher, Bridget, laughing and talking with him. Jealousy causes Rachel to consider returning to work part-time at the bakery next to Samuel's store. She will see Samuel more and can eat lunch with him. Keeping tabs on her handsome husband and baking her famous pies in the Weaver's Bakery becomes Rachel's objective.

Bishop Amos' daughter, Molly, isn't happy that her sister-in-law, Violet can't deliver her third baby. After all, Violet delivered her first two babies and everything went well. Violet's baby is due in November, so she is taking several months off as a midwife. With Molly's baby due in December, she needs to accept that a doctor will deliver her baby.

As it gets closer to Christmas, Rachel's faith is tested, and she is reminded again how fragile life is. When Molly delivers her baby, she realizes that God knows best.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161174791
Publisher: Diane Craver
Publication date: 03/12/2019
Series: The Bishop's Daughters , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 141,714
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Diane grew up on a farm outside Findlay, Ohio, and she often acted out characters from her own stories in the backyard. In high school, Diane would read during classes and hide a novel in front of her in a propped-up textbook. After her high school graduation, she attended Ohio State University. Diane became a schoolteacher and play director. She met her husband while teaching at an orphanage, and they married three years later. It took her that long to convince him she was the one for him! While raising their family in southwestern Ohio, Diane started writing nonfiction and was published. Later, she decided it would be a nice escape to write fiction. Diane was blessed with five daughters and one son. Two daughters were born with Down syndrome and live with Diane and her husband. They also have four precious grandchildren. Diane published through a variety of houses. Several years ago, she decided to self-publish her books, so requested the rights back to her previously published stories. From the beginning, she has enjoyed self-publishing her Amish romances. Diane gives thanks to God daily for her many blessings.

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