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The Amish of Summer Grove series continues, as Old Order Amish Ariana and troubled college student Skylar face the reality that nothing about their lives is what they thought to be true.

The second book in the Amish of Summer Grove series explores the changes in the Brenneman family, as Skylar joins them and Ariana navigates the foreign and undesirable Englischer world. Can she help the Nashes learn about the God she loves?

Tied together by an unexpected fire and the events surrounding their births, Englischer-raised Skylar Nash and Old Order Amish Ariana Brenneman are on a journey of identity and family in the Amish of Summer Grove series.

©2016 Cindy Woodsmall (P)2016 Recorded Books

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Can't wait for the next book!!!

Kept my interest. Great at portraying both sides of a family and their dynamics. Now I have to wait until August!

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So now what?

Very interesting book. Believable on what can happen with many young people. But where is book number three? Not even a message if it will be a trilogy? That is not fair to the reader!

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I really enjoyed this book and the narration!<br/>Great story line.<br/>Cindy Woodsmall doesn't disappoint!<br/>It will draw you in.

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one of here best so far

I couldn't stop I had to keep going had to find out how it played out and now I hanging on the cliff waiting for book 3 when what will Rudyard do what will the church do what will quill do I may Frey at the edges waiting to find out

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Enjoyable read

Another emotion packed book by Cindy woodsmall . Always seem to enjoy her books. Although they are about the they are about theAmish, they are always full of emotion and thought provoking. Recommend this read. Reader also did a wonderful job portraying they characters.

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Fraying at the edge

This is an awesome series of books but there has to be a third one coming soon I hope. I loved it.

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a wonderful book!

This is part 2 of Tie that Binds. I couldn't wait to read it as book 1 is just as good! I loved it and could not put it down until finished with it!

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  • Stevon
  • Tempe, AZ, United States
  • 04-25-17

a different kind of Woodsmall but still good

I have listened to all of Cindy Woodsmall's trilogies and enjoyed them all immensely. She's got the 'it' factor in that she just knows how to write a good story.

This book was a bit different to me. In her other stories she really pulled at the heartstrings in weaving her stories with the Amish settings. In 'Fraying at the Edge' it felt like she took a different tack. In this book she tackled a lot of Amish versus non-Amish issues. Rather than the emotional troubles that's been her norm, she took the two girls that had been switched at birth by mistake and put them in the other's life. In doing so she looked at each lifestyle from the outside perspective trying to make the point of what's good and bad of each. Of course she couldn't touch on every issue that exists but she did a good job and making one look at some of the key issues.

The author certainly set the stage for the final book in this trilogy. I see it's set to come out in August of this year. I will for sure give it a listen.

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