An Amish marriage of convenience
"When widower Stephen Lapp moves his five children from New York State to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, his only plan is to buy his family's farm stand, Lapp's Pastured Pork. That way, his brother can move closer to his fiancée and open his own stand. But on Stephen's first trip to the market, his brave act of kindness nearly ends in catastrophe-until strong-willed Nettie Hartzler saves him-and makes an impression he can't forget . . . A widow with private heartaches of her own, Nettie has no interest in getting involved with any man, though she doesn't discourage their respective children's new friendships-despite Stephen's contentious oldest daughter. But when Nettie runs into serious money worries and Stephen proposes a marriage of convenience, she's distressed and conflicted. She's come to know Stephen's gentle heart and generous soul, and she can't believe he'll want her if she reveals the sins of her past. God has His own plans for the faithful, however, and this time they may include a second chance at love . . ."--
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|Location||Call Number /
|Newark Public Library||AMISH GOO (Text)
|Wood Library Association - Canandaigua||PB (Text)