eBooks Download Deal – Lancaster County Second Chances Six Book Box Set

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Join widow and widower Katie and Joseph as they discover the faith to love again even as Joseph’s prodigal sister learns how to grow into her choices in these six exciting books of Amish love, faith and romance. 

With over 800 pages of sweet, compelling Amish romance in this collection, you are sure to be satisfied.

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Chapter One:

Katie Olsen looked out the kitchen window. The sun was just coming up, and everyone but her mamm and younger sister were already out in the fields. It was spring, and the rising sun spread its beams over soft brown earth, ready for planting. The landscape was the same as she remembered.  The gentle hills of her Lancaster County home seemed to be forever rolling away to the horizon.  It had always been a comforting view.

She picked at the white cotton tablecloth with her fingers.  It was the same familiar table cloth she had used as a child – the hand sewn border, the faint stain from the strawberry accident, the little uneven nubs that she had loved to rub with her fingers.

This plain white farmhouse still looked just the same as it had when she was six years old. The massive gray barn had seemed endless then, and it still looked huge. The freshly-tilled earth would soon be filled with movement and color and sound.

This farm had been her home. She had felt so comfortable in it, as if she herself had been a young plant springing up from her daed’s fields. She had grown from this soil, like the oak trees overshadowing the house. Like her mamm’s roses. Like the wheat that swayed and whispered secrets to the lavender twilight. Once, her world had been as safe and predictable as bud and bloom and harvest.  It had seemed to her that nothing would ever change.

But everything had changed. She was 26 now. The familiar white farmhouse wasn’t her home any longer. It was her parents’ home.

The tablecloth, the house, the barn, the oak trees, and even the rolling hills, all of them belonged to the child she had been, not the young woman she had become.

For the past three months, she had been an increasingly uncomfortable guest in her parents’ home.

Maybe even a burden.

Of course, her mamm and daed would never put it that way. And she did her best to help them around the house and with her little sister and brother.

But still.

Katie’s fingertip raised the corner of a paper lying underneath her breakfast plate. Her mamm had “forgotten” it there this morning.

It was an Amish advertising circular. The headline read: Young Widowed Men Interested in Remarriage.

A cheerful voice interrupted Katie’s thoughts.

“Why such a sad face, Katze?”

Katie pulled her lips into a smile and turned to face her 10-year-old sister, Bett.

“No sad face for you, Bett.” She pulled her blonde giggle box of a sister into her arms and smiled. “Come, I will help you with your chores.”

They walked out to the chicken coop and roused the hens. Katie had always liked gathering eggs – the sleepy, blinking hens, the feel of their soft feathers, the warm, smooth eggs.

Bett was skipping in her joy. “I’m glad you’re back, Katze,” she was saying, calling Katie by the nickname everyone in her family used. Bett’s blue eyes were full of affection.

Katie stopped gathering eggs momentarily. She bit her lip. She wished she could say, I am glad to be back, but that would have been a lie, and she already had too many sins on her soul.

“I’m glad you are pleased,” was what she said.

“Everyone is pleased,” Bett nattered on. “Last Sunday I heard Mr. Hershberger say that you have a pleasing countenance and that you are a diligent worker. And Mr. Beiler said that he’s glad you’re back, and that it’s a good thing.”

Bett dug a toe into the dirt and smiled shyly up at Katie.

“I think they like you,” she added, in a conspiratorial tone.

Katie stifled an impatient exclamation. Mr. Hershberger was 20 years her elder. He was bald and fat and had an ungovernable temper. And Mr. Beiler was 70 if he was a day and as shriveled as a stick. The last thing in the world she wanted was to attract the attention of men like Mr. Hershberger and Mr. Beiler.

Or, really, the attention of any man.

She closed her eyes and counted slowly to ten before saying, “I think that’s all for now, Bett. Let’s take these back.”

Bett giggled and skipped along beside her. “I can’t wait until I’m your age, Katze,” she confided, “and all the men are asking after me.”

Katie said nothing in reply, but she was wishing with all her soul that she could somehow revert to her sister’s age and once again be a freckled, laughing child….

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