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It's been nine years since Cuban singer Alejandro Diaz's limousine collided with a young Amish woman named Amanda Beiler as she was crossing a New York City street - an accident that ignited the couple's cross-cultural romance. Amanda loves her husband and their three children, but their fast-paced, lavish Miami lifestyle troubles her. Will her kids grow up never knowing what it's like to simply be, without chauffeurs, social media, and paparazzi complicating their lives? When she receives a letter from her mother in Pennsylvania inviting the family to visit for Christmas, she seizes the chance to show her children a different way of life.

During their weeklong stay among the Amish community of her youth, Amanda and her family will bake cookies and milk cows, sled and crochet - and reconsider what's truly important in life. As they prepare for their family Christmas holiday, they'll have to make momentous decisions about their future and what "happily ever after" truly means.

©2016 Price Publishing, LLC. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Every good thing must come to an end..unfortunatey

This book takes place 9 years after the last book left off. Amanda gets invited to come to Pennsylvania for Christmas. When she tells the kids they will be spending Christmas with her family in Pennsylvania, their reactions to me were not surprising but sad because it is the true-to-life reactions of most kids - all about presents and self. I really liked this book because it was a Christ centered Christmas (there were a lot of good messages) and it was nice to "see" how the kids begun to really enjoy the simple way of life. Of course, it's not just the kids who enjoy the simple life!

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Plain Christmas

Sarah Price has done it again!! I felt like I was living this story. She has a way of drawing you in. Amanda wants her children to know a life of family, love and faith. She gets the chance to show them just that when her mom writes and invites Amanda and Alejandro for Christmas. The children get to see what is truly important . The love of family and faith surround them all. You have to read this to find out what happens next!!