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Crossroads [text (large print)] / Barbara Cameron.

By: Cameron, Barbara, 1949-Material type: TextTextSeries: Cameron, Barbara, Amish roads ; 2.Thorndike Press large print clean readsPublisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2014Edition: Large print editionDescription: 409 pages (large print) ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781410474148 (hardcover); 1410474143 (hardcover)Subject(s): Amish -- Fiction | Self-realisation in women -- Fiction | Paradise (Lancaster County, Pa.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Romance fiction. | Christian fiction.DDC classification: 813/.6 LOC classification: PS3603.A4473 | C76 2014bSummary: Emma decided long ago that she was going to marry Isaac Stoltzfus. Since she was ten, she's dreamt of being Isaac's wife, of fixing up a small farmhouse, of raising boppli together. But now, Isaac Rumschpringe has introduced him to new ways and much to Emma's dismay, Isaac seems to be enjoying them. Is the man Emma now sees in Isaac the same man she fell in love with all those years ago? He seems more like a stranger who wears jeans and a short haircut and listens to rock music. He has moved out of his parents home, gotten a job, and worse, wants Emma to join him in the Englisch world. How can she possibly leave behind her family, friends, church, and all the dreams she once had for her future with Isaac? But if she loves him, how can she not? Emma is at a crossroads. And her decision will change her life forever.
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Emma decided long ago that she was going to marry Isaac Stoltzfus. Since she was ten, she'd dreamt of being Isaac's wife, of fixing up a small farmhouse, of raising boppli together. But now, Isaac's Rumschpringe has introduced him to new ways--and much to Emma's dismay, Isaac seems to be enjoying them.

Is the man Emma now sees in Isaac the same man she fell in love with all those years ago? He seems more like a stranger who wears jeans and a short haircut and listens to rock music. He has moved out of his parents home, gotten a job, and worse, wants Emma to join him in the Englisch world. How can she possibly leave behind her family, friends, church--and all the dreams she once had for her future with Isaac? But if she loves him, how can she not? Emma is at a crossroads. And her decision will change her life forever.

Emma decided long ago that she was going to marry Isaac Stoltzfus. Since she was ten, she's dreamt of being Isaac's wife, of fixing up a small farmhouse, of raising boppli together. But now, Isaac Rumschpringe has introduced him to new ways and much to Emma's dismay, Isaac seems to be enjoying them. Is the man Emma now sees in Isaac the same man she fell in love with all those years ago? He seems more like a stranger who wears jeans and a short haircut and listens to rock music. He has moved out of his parents home, gotten a job, and worse, wants Emma to join him in the Englisch world. How can she possibly leave behind her family, friends, church, and all the dreams she once had for her future with Isaac? But if she loves him, how can she not? Emma is at a crossroads. And her decision will change her life forever.

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