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The Christmas Visitor

An Amish Romance
Narrated by: Mandi Lee
Length: 3 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4 out of 5 stars (30 ratings)
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This Story Is Sweet

Publisher's Summary

One moment Ben Miller was high up in the rafters at his neighbor's barn raising. The next his foot slipped, and he plunged to his death, leaving behind a young wife and six children - the youngest born four months after his death. Ruth Miller is not alone. Her Amish neighbors help her to make the difficult transition from wife to widow. But while the community has been generous, raising six growing children, all grieving their father's death, is overwhelming. Devastated by her loss, Ruth isn't sure how she'll make ends meet or restore order to a house full of rambunctious kids. With help from her mother and her energetic but untidy neighbor, Mamie, Ruth finds a way to start over.

Preoccupied with the effort to create a new life and manage her shrinking bank account, Ruth barely notices John King, the handsome newcomer to her community. Besides, how could she - if she had a chance - replace Ben? Does one ever replace a husband? As Christmas approaches, Ruth knows she can't afford gifts for her children this year. It's hard enough to find money for groceries each week. But then banana boxes full of food, treats for the children, and even money begin to appear on her front porch. Who is leaving her these generous gifts? Is it a neighbor or a friend? Or, Ruth wonders, could it be John, who keeps unexpectedly appearing when Ruth most needs help?

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  • 12-27-18

Predictable and monotone

Very predictable. By chapter 2, I knew the entire story. narrator needs to practice showing emotions in her reading. she litterally read it in a monotone the entire time.
So, if you like to listen to extremely predictable stories read in a monotone voice, then this is the one for you.

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hate it

hate it. the worst I would like a refund for this purchase. possibly the worst book ever read or heard

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A sweet & pleasant book

This is not Linda Byler‘s best books. However, the story is sweet and easy to listen to. The conversations are consistently shallow. Nevertheless, I enjoyed having the lightness of the book give me a real break from the alertness required by more intense books. This is a Christmas story perfect for reading together as a family.

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