In this inspiring sequel to A Merry Heart, Retailers Choice Award winner Wanda E. Brunstetter transports listeners to the idyllic world of the Pennsylvania Amish. Confined to a wheelchair for 13 years, Rebekah Stoltzfus believes it'll take a miracle for her to ever enjoy the blessings of marriage or self-sufficiency. ". a superb Amish romance."-Best Reviews
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by Wanda E. Brunstetter
by Leslie Gould
"Christina Moore's calm narration is well suited to this story about the Plain people. And the occasional use of Pennsylvania Dutch words also helps grounds the listener in the unusual setting. Rebekah Stoltzfus, age 19, suffered an injury in childhood and is confined to a wheelchair. Convinced that her disability makes marriage impossible, she opens a greenhouse as a way of supporting herself. Daniel Beachy, an Amish young man, volunteers to help with the project. They fall in love, but Rebekah's fears lead her to reject his proposal. It takes a near-tragedy to convince Rebekah that Daniel loves her just as she is. This is the second volume in the Brides of Lancaster County series. M.K.B. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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