Whoopie Pie Volume Three: Amish Heart

Whoopie Pie Volume Three: Amish Heart

by Sicily Yoder

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Whoopie Pie Volume Three: Amish Heart by Sicily Yoder, Sicily Farmer

Best-Selling Christian Novelist, Sicily Yoder (Farmer), continues her short-story serial with Whoopie Pie Bakers: Volume Three: Amish Heart. PLEASE NOTE: this is a short-story serial with a 13,024 word-count for those who enjoy light, quick reads, and they must be read in order.

In Amish Heart, Emma is found alive and comes home, leaving unanswered questions that could challenge the faith of the Old Order Amish community.

Jacob Smith confesses his love for Esther Miller. Will she reject him since he left the order to be "Englisch," or will she accept him and risk being put in the bann?

Come across the Turnpike and down the sloping early-winter-kissed hills of Lancaster County to see how a Plain community joins hands to receive a miracle, all while a blossoming love is challenged.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016790893
Publisher: Farmer Books
Publication date: 05/24/2013
Series: Whoopie Pie Bakers , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 765,476
File size: 40 KB

About the Author

Sicily Yoder is a trusted friend of many Amish and Mennonites and enjoys sharing touching stories. She constantly remains on best-sellers lists with over fifty books in print. She is a lover of Jesus.

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Whoopie Pie Volume Three: Amish Heart 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
PMDPD More than 1 year ago
I read Vol.'s 1, 2, and 3 in separate installments. The first two volumns were good but both ended in mid-sentence; The second book didn't seem to pick up where the first one left off. There was such a gap in time between the second book and the release of the third that I had forgotten much of the story line, who was who, etc. The trials of this one family were overwhelming, both for the characters and for the reader. While all three books kept my interest, I don't think they are the best I've ever read. I would not recommend this series to serious, intelligent readers.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago