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Finding love at home [text (large print)] / Jerry S. Eicher.

By: Eicher, Jerry S [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Eicher, Jerry S. Beiler sisters: bk. 3.; Thorndike Press large print Christian romance series: Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Edition: Large print edition.Description: 481 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781410474070 (hardcover); 1410474070 (hardcover).Subject(s): Amish -- Pennsylvania -- Fiction | Converts -- Fiction | Betrothal -- Fiction | Bereavement -- Fiction | Faith -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Romance fiction. | Christian fiction.DDC classification: 813/.6 Summary: All Debbie Watson wanted to do was join the Amish and live a simpler life. But when she moved in with her Amish neighbors, the Beiler family, she had no idea the turmoil that lay ahead. Now Debbie is poised to marry Alvin Knepp, the Amish farmer she's loved all along. Ida Beiler is recovering from the tragic loss of her husband-to-be in a farming accident, while her younger sister Lois is still running away from her faith. Debbie takes it all in stride as she brings calm to the sorrowing Beiler family while finding happiness with the young man of her dreams.
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From bestselling Amish fiction author Jerry Eicher, here's another charming book about life among the Plain People. All Debbie Watson wanted to do was join the Amish and live a simpler life. But when she moved in with her Amish neighbors, the Beiler family, she had no idea the turmoil that lay ahead. As this final book in The Beiler Sisters series opens, Debbie is poised to marry Alvin Knepp, the Amish farmer she's loved all along. Ida Beiler is recovering from the tragic loss of her husband-to-be in a farming accident, while her younger sister, Lois, is still running away from her faith. Debbie takes it all in stride as she brings calm to the sorrowing Beiler family while finding happiness with the young man of her dreams. Book 3 in The Beiler Sisters series

All Debbie Watson wanted to do was join the Amish and live a simpler life. But when she moved in with her Amish neighbors, the Beiler family, she had no idea the turmoil that lay ahead. Now Debbie is poised to marry Alvin Knepp, the Amish farmer she's loved all along. Ida Beiler is recovering from the tragic loss of her husband-to-be in a farming accident, while her younger sister Lois is still running away from her faith. Debbie takes it all in stride as she brings calm to the sorrowing Beiler family while finding happiness with the young man of her dreams.

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In this final book in Eicher's trilogy (after Seeing Your Face Again), Debbie Watson is ready to marry her love, Amish farmer Alvin Knepp. Ida Beiler is coping with the loss of her fiance in a tragic accident, and her sister Lois is running from her Amish faith. Debbie, the calm in the midst of the Beiler storm, is baptized into the faith, while Lois is in the English world coincidentally living with Debbie's parents and being courted by a non-Amish man. Despite Debbie's baptism, Alvin is not sure if he can ever stop thinking of her as an Englisha. When he chooses another woman over her, Debbie is devastated and begins to doubt whether she really belongs in the Amish world. Just as Debbie gives up hope, God answers her prayers with an unexpected suitor. VERDICT Amish educator Eicher has created such appealing and familiar characters that series fans will be delighted by this touching and heartwarming final visit. His stories ring true, authentically capturing the nuances of Amish life. Recommended for lovers of the genre, simple romances, and cozy stories of small-town life. (c) Copyright 2014. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.