By Beth Wiseman
A look for peace in Amish state proves whatever yet basic for a lady at the run from life...and herself.On the rolling plains of Lancaster County, PA., Lillian Miller is looking for her grandparents' house...and much more. After years of forget and abuse, she's turning to a life-style of simplicity one of the Amish to discover herself.As she discards the distractions of her former existence, she befriends the younger boy engaged on her family's farm and his appealing widowed father, Samuel Stoltzfus. regardless of Lillian's most sensible efforts on the contrary, her emotions for Samuel--and his for her--deepen. Will Lillian locate her religion in undeniable residing, or will she be pressured to come to her former lifestyles? content material validated through Amish reader.
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Hi, Mom. ” Mom went on, ignoring Lillian’s irritated tone. “He seems okay. ” “Well, I still can’t imagine why you would want to go and live there, Lillian. You will never make it in their world. ” “Mom! Why would you do that? ” Lillian sat up and pushed back tangled strands of hair. ” Wondering if this wasn’t the pot calling the kettle black, she was determined to learn from her mistake with Rickie. ” “I will get you back all the money I borrowed, Lillian. I promise. Then you can start fresh somewhere.
And curious why? He’s Amish, for heaven’s sake. “I’m not married. ” “Oh,” she said softly, thinking how young his wife must have been when she died. “ I’m so sorry. ” “Mei fraa, Rachel, passed almost two years ago,” he answered without looking her way. ” Samuel continued to stare at the road ahead. ” There was no sadness or regret in his tone. Just fact. Lillian knew she should leave it alone, but . . ” He didn’t glance her way. “There’s Irma Rose and Jonas’s farm,” he said, pointing to their right.
They were all just staring at her as if she was nuts. Maybe she was. Grandpa’s tired face rolled into the biggest smile Lillian had ever seen. “I meant . . what have we here? ” Samuel and David sat motionless. Lillian glanced at her grandma, pleading for assistance. “Lillian prepared supper, Jonas. ” Grandpa took a seat at the chair on the other end of the oblong table, across from Grandma. “She’s a gut cook too,” Samuel said. “Danki,” Lillian said sheepishly. “Gut! You’re learning the Deitsch wege,” Grandpa said.