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Charlotte Miller has been boarded up in her house for sixteen years because of a mysterious illness, and when she is finally healed, her mother and sister are killed.
Fearing that she can't make it on her own, she tosses the one thing that can stop the disease from relapsing: her umbrella. As she travels in hope that the sun will kill her, she crosses paths with an Amish candy man who somehow intrigues her with his blunt businesslike manner.
Her uncle has a book of rules for courting; can she reel this traveling candy man in? Would it be worth it to live if he'd fall in love with her, or should she wait for the sun to take her?
God had sent a Son many years ago, One that died on Calvary, and despite tragedy, persecution, and the struggle to forgive, this Son may be the answer, and He just pulled into rural Indiana.

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Amish Hope
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Amish Hope
July 27th, 2015
If you enjoy reading about Amish lifestyle this is a good book to read. I admit I am hooked on these books. Sicily Yoder is an excellent writer. Can't go wrong with any of her books.
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This was a terrible book
September 8th, 2014
This book read like a child had written it. Sorry I couldn't finish it,
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August 24th, 2014
This was not smooth reading it jumped from one scene to the next too suddenly. It also lacked suspense and njoyment. Too many of the scenes writtrn were unrealistic. Imagine a young girl with her head on a man's chest in the middle of town and then kissing. The scene at the farm kissingher before going to fix thr fence. No way I that society. Unrealistic.
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Amish Hope.
July 13th, 2014
Enjoyed its simplicity.
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