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Their Son's Amish Baby

Narrated by: Heather Henderson
Series: Expectant Amish Widows, Book 4
Length: 3 hrs and 36 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (102 ratings)
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This Story Is Sweet

Publisher's Summary

As Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer mourn the death of their son, Simon, who died during his rumspringa, Bree Fortsworth knocks on their door and announces she is having Simon's baby. Bree explains she has nowhere else to go and asks if she can stay with them. After they agree to her request she has another and the Stauffers are surprised when Bree wants them to adopt the baby. After Bree has been staying with the Stauffer family for some weeks, Simon's brother Andrew doubts what Bree is telling his parents and confronts her with his suspicions. What will Andrew do when he finds out Bree's secrets? Will Bree's and Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer's plans be thrown into doubt after another unexpected visitor knocks on their door?

©2016 Samantha Price (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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a great Christian book

Especially loved the ending. Was slow getting started in my opinion. ..but it was a clean book. showing how God works everything out for good...I definitely recommend this book.

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Author should do more research - story was ok

I enjoyed listening to this story. Some twists & turns, but not very accurate about the Amish ways. Too much like a fairy tale. Would be better as a non-Amish story. Maybe use Amish names, correct information (SPOILER!) A pregnant woman cannot marry an Amish man after a few months of "proving" herself to join the church. I don't know of any community that would vote to allow an outsider in to marry an Amish man unless it was his child. Usually takes a few years of living Amish and learning the language & ways. This girl likely wouldn't be accepted by the people. I know it's just a book, but people unreasonably believe everything they read. That's why I think it would be a great non-Amish book. Good story though! The Amish are just judgemental & complicated LOL

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Their Son's Amish Baby

Another wonderful book in this series. I love how she works God into each of her books

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a bit hallmark

I liked this book alot. it seemed a bit Hallmark but it was easy to listen to and heartwarming

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Their Son's Amish Baby

This book was a very good novel, the story kept my interest. I'm glad that I chose this novel to listen too!

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Not Bad Not Great

Read and heard much better Amish books. Not awful but slow. Ok read for kids. Fairly simple.

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Very interesting

I really enjoyed the mystery of this book, and the outcome. ❤️ I am unsure how the Amish would actually react to this kind of situation.

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Not worth the read

Story line was boring and predictable. I found it difficult to finish the book although it was a much shorter book. It was so-so. Wouldn’t recommend

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bad narrator

Not near as good as I hoped for. Narrator was terrible!
Story was okay-ish.

The story needs more suspense. There was so much foreshadowing, it basically told the story in the first chapter.

1 of 3 people found this review helpful