Into The Light (Out of Darkness 2: Lancaster Amish

Into The Light (Out of Darkness 2: Lancaster Amish : Amish Romance)

Into The Light (Out of Darkness 2: Lancaster Amish : Amish Romance) , selling for brand new. Manufactured by Global Grafx Press. Special Limited Time Discount Price – Will Soon Be Increased Sofia Angelis, an Englischer woman with no memory of her past, is on the run. Forced from the safety of Abram Yoder’s Lancaster County farm, Sofia takes sanctuary with another Amish family. As Sofia’s past catches up with her, will Sofia’

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  1. James Hoag, 03 November, 2013

    This is a three part novel and if you’re reading this without having read part 1, stop now and go buy part 1 first. Or buy the entire book as one big novel. Because once you start this, you won’t want to put it down. I read part 1 and then couldn’t wait to start part 2. I love the style of writing and I love the fact that these are clean books without all the R-rated nonsense you find in other books. You could read this to your child. I wish there was more than five stars, this is as good as it gets as far as I’m concerned.

  2. James, 03 November, 2013

    “Into The Light” is the second in this series about a woman who’s kidnapped and escapes her captors in the Amish country of Pennsylvania. The story is well written, the characters are well developed, and the romance is finally handled in a tasteful manner.

    This is a very enjoyable read. You MUST begin with “Out Of Darkness” to get the background of the story and it’s well worth it to do so. Ruth Price is one of those authors who you think, “I’ll just read for a few minutes” and you end up hooked into her and feeling glad that you stayed to read.

  3. camichigan, 03 November, 2013

    Just finished all three novellos of this Amish romance. They were quick reads, and I loved the story and the characters. But the books were difficult to read due to extraneous words or incorrect words throughout. There was a spot in the story where the horse suddenly had the dog’s name.

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