An Amish Holiday: Two Heartwarming Tales

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Random House Publishing Group, Oct 30, 2012 - Fiction - 583 pages
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Celebrating life’s simplest but most essential values, Cynthia Keller brings together two heartwarming holiday novels of discovery, forgiveness, and the power of love.
Meg Hobart has everything: a happy marriage, a beautiful home in Charlotte, North Carolina, and three wonderful children. But it all comes crashing down the day she learns that her husband has brought the family to financial ruin. Penniless and homeless, the family pack up what little they still possess and leave behind their golden life for good. Then a twist of fate forces the Hobarts to take refuge with a kind Amish family in Pennsylvania, where they must learn to live without the comforts of the modern world and realize what is truly important.
“[A] compelling tale . . . feels fresh like a brisk winter morning.”Lincoln Journal Star
When Rachel Yoder, a young Amish mother and widow, and Ellie Lawrence, a high-powered New York City PR exec, find out that three decades earlier they were accidentally switched at birth, the two are plunged into an exploration of who they are and where they really belong. As Ellie and Rachel make their way through unfamiliar landscapes, they face life-altering challenges. And with the Christmas holidays fast approaching, it takes the love of two families for Rachel and Ellie to discover their own paths to fulfillment and happiness.
“A wonderful read for the Christmas season.”—FaithfulNews


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Cynthia Keller lives in Connecticut with her husband and two children.

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