Allison Troyer is of marriageable age and needs to learn how to manage an Amish household. Can a girl who feels as faceless, purposeless, and neglected as her tattered Amish doll, find her way among strangers? James Esh likes what he sees when Allison Troyer walks into the barn. Will anything keep this brash young Amish man from stealing her affections? Aaron Zook has vowed never to lose his heart to another. Yet when James makes advances on Allison, Aaron can't help but intercede. Can threads of faith and love unite tattered hearts? Allison's Journey is book 4 in the The Brides of Webster County series. Other books in the series include Going Home: Book 1, On Her Own: Book 2, Dear to Me: Book 3.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - scsaglib - LibraryThing
Allison leaves home to work with her Aunt, and to learn how to run an Amish household. The 19 year old tomboy feels as faceless as her doll, when she meets Aaron Zook who is attracted to this gal, but has issues of his own. Read full review
Review: Allison's Journey, Brides of Webster County Series #4User Review - Jamie Mccabe - Christianbook.com
I loved this book and all of the others that went in the series. I never liked to read until I started reading these books I love them all and when you start to read them you can't put them down. Read full review