The Hope Chest (Google eBook)

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Barbour Publishing, Aug 15, 2009 - Fiction - 288 pages
31 Reviews
Rachel Beachy wants something she can't have-her sister Anna's boyfriend. Silas Swartley has been in love with Anna since they were children, and Rachel has loved Silas nearly as long. Rachel feels that her swiftly moving days are spent without hope, but when Anna unexpectedly leaves the Amish faith, Rachel's hope is rekindled. She begins filling her hope chest as she initiates a campaign to win Silas's heart. Can Silas set the pain of Anna's rejection aside and see Rachel as anything more than a child? Will Rachel be disappointed in Silas and in God, or will she learn the true meaning of hope? The Hope Chest is book 4 in the Brides of Lancaster County series. Other books in the series include A Merry Heart: Book 1, Looking for a Miracle: Book 2, Plain and Fancy: Book 3.
  

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A great ending to a teriffic series! - Christianbook.com
This was a nice read, but kind of had an abrupt ending. - Goodreads
The Hope Chest' was rich in detail and plot. - Goodreads
Wanda E. Brunstetter sure has a gift for writing! - Goodreads

Review: The Hope Chest (Brides of Lancaster County #4)

User Review  - Sandy Duke - Goodreads

This was a nice read, but kind of had an abrupt ending. I don't know if it was just me, but the last quarter of the book had me in tears so keep your tissues handy. Read full review

Review: The Hope Chest (Brides of Lancaster County #4)

User Review  - Shirley Dolin Snider - Goodreads

Was saddened to realize the oldest daughter remained English and didn't return to her Amish upbringing. Great storyline, had me till the very last page. Read full review

Contents

EPILOGUE
RACHELS RIBBON SALAD
Brides of Lancaster County
BACK COVER MATERIAL
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Award-winning, bestselling author, Wanda E. Brunstetter became fascinated with the Amish way of life when she first visited her husband's Mennonite relatives living in Pennsylvania. Wanda and her husband, Richard, live in Washington State but take every opportunity to visit Amish settlements throughout the States, where they have several Amish friends.

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