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When an Amish widow and widower, against all odds, start to fall in love, will they have the faith to risk their hearts a second time?

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After Katie Fisher’s husband and young son are killed in a house fire, the young Amish widow returns to her parents’ home broken-hearted with her faith in shambles. Katie can never imagine herself marrying again. But when 31-year-old Amish widower, Joseph Lapp, comes to Katie’s district church service looking to hire an honest woman to help him take care of his three active, rambunctious children, Katie takes the plunge and accepts the position. Katie quickly finds herself falling in love with Joseph’s children, and though Katie and Joseph cannot spend time together unsupervised due to the strict tenants of their Ordnung, the widow and widower find themselves growing closer in spirit as well. But when a new tragedy threatens the fragile future Katie and Joseph have begun to build, will the couple have the faith to risk a second chance at love?

Find out in Lancaster County Second Chances, Book 1 of the Amish Second Chances series.

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Product Details

  • File Size: 3218 KB
  • Print Length: 103 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Global Grafx Press (January 4, 2015)
  • Publication Date: January 4, 2015
  • Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00RU8CMXS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

One of the best of its kind I’ve ever read

7 people found this helpful.
 on August 15, 2016
By L Miller
I’m from the Lancaster area of Pennsylvania, a farm girl myself though not Amish. Like many of my friends, I took the Amish for granted, figuring that they were probably other places too. They were organic farmers before that was an issue in food production. They’re hard workers, and big on the orderly life. I admired that. I’ve met a few Amish people from Indiana and Ohio and from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, and many old order Amish in the mountains of Mexico. Writers and others can make the mistake of reducing Amish people and their lifestyle to simplest terms. They often make them out to be angelic, simple folk, happy to quilt, cook bake and serve the Englische tourists, I have found them to be like most other people I meet–some look down their noses at the rest of the world, some gossip, but no more than most of the rest of the members of the human race. This tells the story of two Amish adults needing a second chance in their lives, and how they come together to work that out. It is part of a series, and I note the previews of the other books deal to some extent with the usual Amish romance issues, especially concerning rumspringa (and note this is not the Deutsch spelling of that word. I don’t know it). I have known (especially in college) many Amish people on their separation from the Amish way of life (rumspringa). I never knew one to get pregnant. I never knew one whose family shunned them (whether they were supposed to or not) if they chose not to return to the Amish Order. I did know a lot of guys who loved their chance to get and use a car. And I know others, teens and adults, who use technology to conduct business with the English. I’ve never noted them to sneak cell phones and laptops home to use there. In fact, many of them find all that stuff is not as wonderful as they hoped, and they often get frustrated with the idiosyncracies of predictive text or the problems with cell phone reception, just as I do, and as others (particularly country people, to far out to get ‘flawless’ performance out of wireless stuff).

Allowing a second chance

9 people found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2015
By Linda Knott
A very good book, showing how years or months of loss can be turned around and happiness found. An easy afternoon read and although there are the sad parts dealing with death,, there are lessons to be learned.

First in series

5 people found this helpful.
 on May 3, 2015
By Amazon Book Purchaser
Keep in mind that this series is an ongoing story so you are getting a little look into what is coming. That I say for the length of the book.

Another great read!

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 14, 2015
By Deb Ohio
It is so hard to find good clean books these days. And since I lived in Middlefield Ohio when young the Amish life has always been one I found interesting and hold a great respect for. My dad and brother were both drivers for the Amish until they passed in 2002. I find Ruth Price to be one of my favorite authors of this genre and would recommend her books to anyone that is looking for clean well written christian and amish books. I have read other books of hers before but my husband bought me a new kindle fire for Christmas and it has a setting that will pop up information on the book and author upon first opening your eBook ( this feature will be an authors great friend I think ) and I read about the Shunning and info on Ruth’s grandmother and found it to be so fascinating and informative! It also showed me other books she has written so I can get more, though I think I have read most already. lol Once again I recommend this book and author because her stories, settings and characters you will enjoy and feel like you know them personally. 👍

Amid the pain and suffering, there is always room to share love with others who are also hurting.

One person found this helpful.
 on January 20, 2017
By Diana Coley
Very moving book. Amid the struggles of losing her husband and trying to right a wrong our leading lady Katie is trying to deal with two rambunctious boys and two very different daughters plus a cranky mother in law. Very little money and desperate for a way to provide for her family, Katie enlists the help of her neighbor Joseph to see if it is possible to open an inn . Along the way, hearts are changed, souls are saved and love finds a way . One of the morals of this story is to never try to bear all of your burdens alone. Reach out and let someone help you.

Enjoyable.

 on September 25, 2016
By cymom9324 7
Lancaster County Second Chances was an enjoyable read. I don’t usually read books that are a part of a series. I prefer books that are stand alone, if I had know this was a series about the same people I would not have read it. More characters will be added but once I reach the end of a story I don’t like to have to get another book to finish. This would have been better as a full length novel with the other important characters add as the story develope. If you enjoy series then go ahead and read this first book as I know you will enjoy it.

Joy Comes in the Morning

One person found this helpful.
 on April 21, 2016
By JC Ellis
Sometimes the circumstances that come into our lives are so tragic and so painful it’s hard to receive the comfort God promises us through the Holy Spirit, but He promises that joy will come in the morning; He will cause all of the tragedy to work for our good. Joseph and Katie’s story and others like It are good reminders for us as well as enjoyable ways to spend an afternoon.

Perfect Title

 on January 28, 2016
By Christy
I chose this story/novella because if its synopsis. The synopsis and description if the story drew me in and I felt compelled to read it. I felt like I was actually there in the story, living the experiences that lead female character Katie had lived through. I wan to read the remaining stories in this series. Well written Ms Price.

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