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A marriage is tested in this Old Order Amish novel of longing for renewed love and a path for forgiveness from the best-selling author of Gathering the Threads.

Old Order Amish wife and mother Jemima has put her marriage and family ahead of herself for years. She's set herself aside. Raising four children, she's followed all the rules and has been patient in looking forward to her time to chase a dream of her own. 

But when she finds out that her life savings for pursuing that dream is gone - and her husband, Roy, has been hiding a child with another woman - her entire world is shattered. Will she be able to listen to God and love Roy's child? With so much at stake, how can she and Roy fix their relationship before their lives come crashing down?

©2020 Cindy Woodsmall and Erin Woodsmall (P)2020 Recorded Books

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A MUST BOOK TO LISTEN TOO

AN EXCELLENT STORY! LOVE THE READER AND BEVERLY LEWIS. SHE WRITES A WONDERFUL BOOK!

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Lovely story that kept me wanting to finish ASAP!
The phrase “we are spiritual having a human experience “ really hit home.

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loved the book

loved it the book was good in spiritual things for living in a broken world

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Different from the rest.

This book may be a little bit different from the rest of Cindy Woodsmall’s books, but it’s still fantastic!
My only complaint is in the Epilogue. Other than that.. another great book.

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great story

really great story true to real life happenings would hughly recommended for anyone to enjoy

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This is a great book well worth reading and it has an unexpected twist.

I really enjoyed this book because it is good clean reading. I believe it is good for all ages from teen to older adult. One thing about this book is that it shows that we don’t really know anyone’s full circumstance or what happens in your life and that includes sometimes, even when we’re married to them. Sometimes we have to just love beyond their circumstance.

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The Englisch Daughter

The book gave a lot of twists and turns to keep me thoroughly intrigued. There were a lot of emotions to overcome and Cindy Woodsmall as well as Stina Nielsen portrayed them beautifully.

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Not very impressed

I was expecting a lot better from this author. This book was not among my favorite of Amish books. The family is supposed to be old order but they’re using cell phones and computers like it’s no big deal and there isn’t very much showing that they’re living in an old order lifestyle. Also another couple seems to take center stage in the book besides the ones mentioned in the synopsis. I found this distracted from the story. In the end all loose ends are tied up and things fall together but the book reads as very choppy and there is a lot of arguing so much stuff that I began to feel stressed just reading it. I guess this means the author was doing her job or that they were doing their jobs, but the constant tension in arguing with both of the couples was overwhelming I just was not impressed with how this was done at all. The reader is one that I really like however.