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  • Jacob's Return

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Annette Blair
    • Narrated By Ariana Westfield
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    (11)
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    (11)
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    Jacob Sauder abandons his Amish heritage when the woman he loves, Rachel Zook, agrees to marry his brother, Simon. Though he adapts to the ways of the “English”—even fathering twins—he remains an outsider. When the mother of his twins dies, Jacob knows only one way to raise his children—the Amish way. He brings them home to the community he vowed to leave forever. For his children he can do anything, even be strong when he sees Rachel, his love, married to his brother.

    Jessica gipson says: "Not worth the credit used!"
    "Not worth the credit used!"
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    This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

    I can't imagine anyone that truly loves reading amish fiction enjoying this book.


    What was most disappointing about Annette Blair’s story?

    I have read amish fiction for years and love it. But this book had foul language, and discusting, lewd graphic sex scenarios at least once. I stopped listening to it and had it removed from my library. I am appalled that this author would create such a book that is so against anything the amish are about. Marriage is such a sacred union in the amish faith and to put marital affairs in this story was so upsetting and dissapointing to me. I will never read another book by this author and encourage others to not either. I had the understanding that this was a christian author when I was talking to someone on the 800 helpline. I was grossly misinformed. I will stick with those that are well known as christian authors of amish fiction like beverly lewis, cindy woodsmall and wanda brundstetter.


    Any additional comments?

    This author should write about topics she knows and not the amish. This story was blasphemous

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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