A Simple Change

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Bethany House Publishers, Aug 1, 2013 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Judith Miller's Novels Offer a Fascinating Look inside the Amana Colonies
Joining the communal society of the Amana Colonies isn't what Jancey Rhoder planned for her future, but when unforeseen circumstances force her family to make some difficult decisions, she chooses to give up her teaching position in a Kansas City orphanage and move with her parents to Iowa.
Her besotted suitor, Nathan Woodward, isn't at all happy about the move and is determined to get Jancey to change her mind. And Jancey herself isn't sure what she's gotten herself into when the simple life of the Amana Colonies means she'll be assigned a job and may have to give up teaching for good. Will Nathan woo her back to the city, or will she be forever changed by the mysterious events and new relationships that await her in the quiet villages of the Amana Colonies--and decide to make this unique place her forever home?

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Review: A Simple Change (Home to Amana #2)

User Review  - Sherri - Goodreads

I have to admit, when I initially selected this book I was along the thoughts that this was another Amish story, never delving into wonder what the Amana's were. Now I do. This story more than ... Read full review

Review: A Simple Change (Home to Amana #2)

User Review  - Linda Branich - Goodreads

I found this storey of family, faith, and coming of age quite.interesting because I had never before heard of the Amanda Colonies, their way of life, or their industries. A good read for those who enjoy stories about the Amish or similar groups. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Judith Miller is an award-winning author whose avid research and love for history are reflected in her bestselling novels. When time permits, Judy enjoys traveling, visiting historical settings, and scrapbooking the photographs from her travel expeditions. She makes her home in Topeka, Kansas.

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