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The Quilter’s Son: Book Two: Lydia’s Heart (Amish Romance)

Samantha Jillian Bayarr

Price: $1.49

Samantha Jullian Bayar is one of my favorite Amish fiction authors. Lydia and Nathan’s relationship and love grows throughout this story. I enjoyed the first book in this series, and look forward to Samantha’s next book.

Barbara Dorothy

Lydia and Steve have made plans for their future together, until a mistake in Steve’s past threatens to tear them apart. Will Lydia be able to forgive Steve and learn to trust him again? When someone else’s love invades her heart, Lydia must make the right decision for her future.

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The Quilter’s Son: Book One: Liam’s choice (An Amish Christian Romance)

Susan Jillian Bayarr

Price: $.99

This is a sweet Amish Christian romance which left me filled with hope and a huge smile on my face and in my heart! Samantha Bayarr never fails to tug at my heartstrings with her stories. I found this to be a beautiful story of hope and forgiveness. Love never fails and I definitely felt that way as I read. There are so many families today who need reconciliation and forgiveness within their relationships, and this story offers a chance to those families. It shows that it can be achieved. Read this beautiful story of the quilter’s son. Precious, precious story!

Rhonda

Liam Yoder has been leading a double life since he was teenager. When his father dies in a buggy accident, he feels torn between the English life he craves and the Amish life in which he was raised.

After a chance meeting with Lucy Graber, the Amish love he’d left behind seven years before, Liam is faced with the biggest decision of his life. Does he return to the Amish community and his family, or will he choose to stay among the English? Find out in this bittersweet love story.

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Candle in the Darkness (Refiner’s Fire Book #1) (Refiner’s Fire)

Lynn Austin

Price: FREE

Caroline Fletcher was twelve years old on the day in 1853 when she realized just how different she was from everyone else. She had grown up feeling like the slaves were part of her family. She loved her “mammy,” Tessie, and spent her days playing with Tessie’s son, Grady, who was like a little brother to Caroline. But when her father sells Grady, Caroline realizes her views on slavery are not the same as those shared by the rest of Virginia. The time she spends in Philadelphia with relatives after the death of her mother only cements her view that slavery is a moral wrong that must be ended. But returning to Richmond, she realizes that will be a lot harder than she imagined. Against her own will, Caroline finds herself falling in love with Charles St. John, the son of a wealthy Richmond businessman and a defender of slavery. Caroline and Charles become engaged to be married, but the Civil War breaks out just three months before their wedding was to take place. Charles goes off to fight for the Confederacy, even though Caroline begs him not to. When her father leaves as well, Caroline finds herself alone in Richmond and torn in two. She struggles with her conflicting loyalties to her home and family, and to the cause she so strongly believes in. This was an excellent historical novel. Caroline was a wonderful and very human character who came alive through her first-person narrative. Her struggles felt very real to me. The author brought to life Virginia just before and during the Civil War very well. Although this book was very long, I never lost interest in it. My one complaint is that the final thirty pages were told in a third-person point of view. I would have liked the whole book to be narrated by Caroline; it felt odd after four hundred pages for the viewpoint to change. However, it doesn’t really take away from the book that much; overall, I still loved it. I highly recommend this novel to adults and older teens who enjoy historical fiction about the Civil War.

Rebecca Herman

Book 1 in the Refiner’s Fire series. The daughter of a wealthy slave-holding family from Richmond, Virginia, Caroline Fletcher is raised in a culture that believes slavery is God-ordained and biblically acceptable. But upon awakening to the cruelty and injustice it encompasses, Caroline’s eyes are opened for the first time to the men and women who have cared tirelessly for her. Her journey of maturity and faith will draw her into the abolitionist movement, where she is confronted with the risks and sacrifices her beliefs entail.

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Daughter of Joy (Brides of Culdee Creek Book #1)

Kathleen Morgan

Price: FREE

This is book is excellent. The characters are complex and believable. The basic storyline may have been spun hundreds of times but this by far outshines all the ones I’ve read, and I’ve read a lot. When you get to a book like this you realize this is “Fine dining”! Ms Morgan obviously incorporated and instilled her own suffering into a beautiful book.

Mrs Debar

These classic historical romance novels are getting a new look for the next generation of readers. But the wonderful stories remain the same, as touching and fresh as they were when first published.

Praise for the Brides of Culdee Creek series:
“A poignant love story that will remain with the reader long after the book is closed.”–Lori Copeland, author of the Brides of the West series

“A beautiful story of redemptive love. . . . A memorable read.”–Robin Lee Hatcher, author of Catching Katie

“A spectacular new series.”–Library Journal

Praise for Kathleen Morgan:
“Kathleen Morgan writes with deep emotion and feeling.”–Reader to Reader

“A marvelous storyteller.”–Romantic Times

“Kathleen Morgan is a phenomenal writer!”–The Talisman

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