A Sister's Test

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Barbour Publishing, Aug 15, 2009 - Fiction - 288 pages
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The Hostettler family continues to face an unseen enemy who randomly attacks their property. Despite the unrest, Ruth, the second oldest sister, is about to realize her greatest dream - to marry and raise a n family with Martin Gingerich. But in one horrific moment, her world is shattered. Can Ruth rise above the ashes of misfortune, with faith and heart intact or will she forever question her value as a wife? Esta Wengerd, one of six children, has lost her mother to tragedy and her father to depression. Can Ruth reach past her own pain to make a difference, or will Abe Wengred bar her interference - and stifle her healing? A Sister's Test is book 2 in the Sister's of Holmes County series. Other books in the series include A Sister's Secret: Book 1.
 

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Review: A Sister's Test (Sisters of Holmes County #2)

User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

Book 2 of the Sister's of Holmes County Series. This book took off right from the start. It picked up right where the first book stopped. It continued to build the excitement and urgency of solving ... Read full review

Review: A Sister's Test (Sisters of Holmes County #2)

User Review  - Melba - Goodreads

This book.like the first one, was no disappointment. Reading these books has been such a welcome respite from daily news & problems. I love reading anyway, but when you read books that are not ones that require all your brain power - it makes for a truly enjoyable & relaxing experience. Read full review

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New York Times 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 many Amish friends.

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