Summary

Luke Beiler has loved Elisabeth Schrock for as long as he can remember and is looking forward to the day they both join the church so they can marry. Elisabeth, however, chafes under the church rules and flees to the Englisch world leaving Luke heartbroken.
When an accident leaves Brianna Mitchell with amnesia, she feels helplessly lost. What will happen when she is mistaken for Elisabeth Schrock and taken home to Paradise, Pennsylvania?
©2012 to Present J.E.B. Spredemann (P)2013 J.E.B. Spredemann
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5 out of 5 stars
By Teresa on 15-07-17

Very interesting with the twists!

I really enjoyed this book...the second of the series!! Funny and loving! I always love Amish stories!!

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2 out of 5 stars
By Debbie on 15-06-17

Too Many "Coincidences"

I normally love the genre . . . but the writing is amateurish and implausible . . . I stuck with it until the end, but it was gruesome . . . I do appreciate the sentiment . . . the Christian morals and the choices that were ultimately made . . . but I won't be trying another by this author . . .

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