A Lancaster Amish Storm 3-Book Boxed Set Bundle (Amish Identity 1)

Rating: 
Amazon Price: N/A (as of October 18, 2017 9:03 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

GET THE BESTSELLING AMISH SERIAL ** ALL THREE BOOKS** AT ONE LOW PRICE — MUST READ FOR AMISH FICTION LOVERS!

Will Zach and Katie’s love be strong enough to survive the oncoming storm?

 


Katie Lapp has always loved Zach Yoder and she knows he loves her in return. After a year of courtship, Katie is ready to settle down and start her life as an Amish wife, but Zach finds himself longing for a wider world than his childhood home of Faith’s Landing. Caught between love and possibility, societal expectations and the temptations of the flesh, will Zach and Katie’s love be strong enough to survive the oncoming storm? This contains Books 1-3 of A Lancaster Amish Storm to form a complete story arc.

If You Love Amish Romance Novels, Scroll Up and Grab a Copy Today.

 

Interested in Amish Culture?

If so, you can download our 10 PAGE FREE REPORT with 7 AMISH HOME REMEDIES + 13 COMMON HERBS used in Amish Folk Medicine.

You will also get notifications from Global Grafx Press about New Christian Book Releases, Amish Cultural Articles, Recipes, FREE CHRISTIAN BOOKS and Discount Christian Books!

When you download via Facebook, your report will download automatically as a zipped file.

STAY CALM — all you have to do is open the folder (double click) and report is inside. The file is a PDF Titled “Amish Home Remedies.” If you have any problems, just drop us a line at judith.allison@globalgrafxpress.com. 

Product Details

  • File Size: 950 KB
  • Print Length: 135 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Global Grafx Press (July 15, 2014)
  • Publication Date: July 15, 2014
  • Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JY2PKZU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

A wonderful mix of Amish culture, romance and suspense

10 people found this helpful.
 on May 9, 2014
By kwadzana
I read a lot of westerns and western romance because, let’s face it, who doesn’t want to escape the strange and insane world we have now. Who doesn’t want to escape to a simpler time or place? The Christian romance category is listed just beneath the westerns and since I’ve always been fascinated by Amish culture, I thought I would give it a try. All I can say is, WOW! I’m now an Amish fiction fan and more importantly, a Ruth Price fan. This was the first Ruth Price novel I’ve read and I truly enjoyed every word. I love the honesty and simplicity of Amish culture and I loved the way the author crafted the story. The story and characters seemed very real.

When the Storm Passes….

 on May 23, 2014
By M. A. Ricks
What a blessing to know that when the storms of life seem to rage in an effort to destroy all that we seemingly have or hope to have, God can show us so much after it passes. Katie thought she was losing her one true love, Zach and was desperate to do what she believed, the unthinkable to hold on to him. She prayed and tried to trust God but still tried to do it all herself. Her decision might have cost her her family name, integrity and the respect of her family but she wanted, what she wanted. She didn’t trust God. Not really. The same applies to her family, especially Katie’s father. He could quote scripture and rule with an iron fist, but he failed to show Katie that because he trusted God, (not so much his family name or reputation), she should too. A storm was brewing in the Lapp family and no one had the faith to say, “Peace be Still.” Lies, Anger, Confusion and family tension were all the result of the lack of trust and a storm, figuratively and physically, descended upon the lives of the characters in A Lancaster Amish Storm. I enjoyed the story because it showed how we can be so caught up in what we want we can totally miss God even when we have access to His word. In some cases some really need to see that everything can be taken in one roll of thunder for us to finally trust God and recognize what is really important. We are all fallible and can allow our flesh to lead. Zach was my favorite. Although unsure about what to do, he seemed to trust God. He defended the weak and in the face of adversity, physical and otherwise, he stood! When the Storm passes,we can see much clearer and recognize that all we need is to really trust God in word and in deed! Thank you, Mrs. Price for writing such a wonderful story. It blessed me!

Zach and Katie

 on May 1, 2014
By Sheryl
A Lancaster Amish Storm (Amish Identity (An Amish of Lancaster County Saga) – Book 1) by Ruth Storm is a wonderful read!

Amish life

 on April 5, 2015
By danielle marie bock
Heartwarming Amish and delightful! These stories are filled with what you love about Amish life style and struggles of the people who live outside “the norm”. Very quick reads for anyone who loves to read but does not have a lot of time but you do need to by the whole set as the story continues from one book to the next. I was surprised how short book one was. I enjoyed it.

The story seemed to be very "everyday" type of situation!

 on June 10, 2014
By Gerald W. Abernathy
I enjoy reading about the Amish, as I lived for a while in North Idaho among the Mennonites, and found them to be very “real” and

Great book!

 on August 13, 2016
By Janet R. Williams
Enjoyed this book so much. It was a interesting love story and had enough suspense in it to make you want to keep reading. Would definitely recommend it. The scriptures added to the message.

good, light, easy, read with exciting moral dilemmas.

 on September 18, 2014
By Donnell G Smith
I liked the way the reader is lead to solve everyday young peoples problems whether Amish or English. I would recommend this for the young adult just starting dating.

Emotional Amish Romance – Great Read!

4 people found this helpful.
 on April 30, 2014
By Mav
I’ve read a number of Ruth Price’s books, and so when I saw she had a new one, I wanted to read it as quickly as possible! The opening drew me in, but what really kept me reading was Zach’s struggle to choose between the life he’d always known with the Amish and his love Katie, and his desire to learn more about the world outside of his community. The writing style really suits the character’s inner struggles, and the ending was both tense and ultimately sweet! Even though it was well foreshadowed, I didn’t actually see the ending coming, but I loved it! Highly recommended!

Comments are closed.

Copyright ©