From the Christian Fiction: Amish / Mennonite section

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A Time to Love

Quilts of Lancaster County Book One

by Barbara Cameron


Price: £9.99
Publisher:Abingdon Press from Alban Books
Published:December 2010
Jenny has been very badly injured by a terrorist bomb thrown at the group she was with, in Afghanistan, where she was reporting for her radio station about the effect war was having on the children in particular. Having been discharged from hospital, her good friend David, brings her to her Amish grandmotherís small farm, for some TLC and further help with physio and speech therapy. Her father had refused to be baptised into the Amish community, but her mother having died, she had spent some summer holidays here as a teenager. When her father realised she was getting too close to an Amish neighbour, he took her home and made sure her contact with Matthew was lost. All these years later, Jenny finds her love for the lifestyle undiminished, and her feelings for the now widowed Matthew and his three young children, grow stronger by the day.

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Reviewer: Mary Bartholomew   (18/02/11)

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