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The farm stand [text (large print)] / Amy Clipston.

By: Clipston, AmyMaterial type: TextTextSeries: An Amish marketplace novel ; 2Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company, 2020Copyright date: ©2020Edition: Large print editionDescription: 469 pages (large print) : genealogical tables ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781432879563; 1432879561Subject(s): Amish -- Fiction | Mennonites -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Brothers and sisters -- Fiction | Farmers' markets -- Fiction | Large type books | Lancaster County (Pa.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Christian fiction. | Romance fiction. DDC classification: 813/.6 LOC classification: PSSummary: "Salina Petersheim runs her own produce booth at the Amish market and has been dating Josiah for almost a year now. Her religious parents approve of community member, Josiah, but to Salina, he feels more like a friend than a boyfriend. Then Will Zimmerman, a Mennonite chef who runs a local restaurant comes along. He wants Salina to supply the produce for his restaurant, and as they forge a business relationship, they both feel themselves falling in love--even as they feel stuck in their current relationships. Will they follow their hearts or bow to the pressure of family? Or will God provide a surprising new road for them?"-- Back cover.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Experience some sweet, garden-fresh romance in the next installment of Amy Clipston's Amish Marketplace series.

Salina Petersheim runs her own booth at the Amish market, where she's known for having the freshest and most delicious produce in the area. Her father is the bishop of her church district, and her brother is a deacon. They are a very close family, yet sometimes she tires of being compared to her older brother, Neil, who is married and has two children. She also feels the pressure of having to be the perfect daughter for her parents.

Salina has been dating Josiah for almost a year now, but he feels more like a friend than a boyfriend. Her parents approve of Josiah, who is a hardworking roofer. He's handsome and easy to talk to, but he just doesn't warm her heart the way she feels a boyfriend and future husband should. She secretly longs for more.

Along comes William "Will" Zimmerman, a Mennonite chef who runs a restaurant located next door to the Amish market. He wants Salina to supply the produce for his restaurant, and as they forge a business relationship, they both feel themselves falling in love. Salina especially tries to deny her feelings for Will since her father wants her to marry within the community.

Both Salina and Will feel stuck in their current relationships, but they cannot deny what they feel for each other. Will they follow their hearts or bow to the pressure of family? Or will God provide a surprising new road for them?

Includes discussion questions.

Sequel to: The bake shop.

"Salina Petersheim runs her own produce booth at the Amish market and has been dating Josiah for almost a year now. Her religious parents approve of community member, Josiah, but to Salina, he feels more like a friend than a boyfriend. Then Will Zimmerman, a Mennonite chef who runs a local restaurant comes along. He wants Salina to supply the produce for his restaurant, and as they forge a business relationship, they both feel themselves falling in love--even as they feel stuck in their current relationships. Will they follow their hearts or bow to the pressure of family? Or will God provide a surprising new road for them?"-- Back cover.

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