By Shelley Shepard Gray
Every person wishes a secure position to name domestic while her mom passes away, Ella's compelled to public sale off her family's farm. Her father died years in the past, and he or she may well by no means deal with the fifty acres on her personal. yet after she strikes to city, she cannot deny the ache she feels staring at the hot proprietor, unswerving Weaver, repairing her family's outdated farmhouse—everything Ella had as soon as dreamed of doing. What Ella does not comprehend is that unswerving secretly hopes she is going to occupy this condo back . . . as his spouse. He starts off inviting her over, to invite her opinion on adjustments he desires to make. As their friendship blooms, Ella starts off to ask yourself approximately Loyal's intentions, specially while her ally, Dorothy, tricks that dependable isn't really who he turns out. there isn't any approach the golden boy in their close-knit Amish neighborhood might be drawn to Ella, lengthy the wallflower, hidden away taking good care of her ill mom and dad. may still she belief the fellow she's continually yearned for, or the buddy who is continually been via her part? while one in all them threatens to disrupt the independence she's eventually accomplished, Ella is confronted with a call. she will be able to defend her middle and preserve issues the best way they have continually been. Or she will be able to pop out of her shell, probability every thing for the affection she's consistently sought after, and at last have a spot to name domestic.
Read or Download The Protector: Families of Honor, Book Two PDF
Best religious & inspirational books
Set opposed to the backdrop of a conventional boys' university in upstate ny, the arrival typhoon is a gently and brilliantly rendered story that finds the main heavily held secrets and techniques of the human middle. Russell's award-winning novel is the tale of 4 interlocking lives - Louis Tremper, the headmaster on the Forge college; his spouse Claire; Tracey Parker, a 25-year outdated homosexual guy and lately employed instructor on the Forge university; and Noah Lathrop III, a stricken pupil; all of whom fight with their very own internal demons, wants, and conflicted loyalties.
In Yiddish, there's a be aware for it: bashert - the individual you're fated to fulfill. Twenty whatever Benji Steiner perspectives the idea that with scepticism. however the aged rabbi who stumbles into Benji's workplace in the future has no such doubts. Jacob Zuckerman's overdue spouse, Sophie, used to be his bashert. And now that she's long past, Rabbi Zuckerman grapples with overwhelming grief and loneliness.
Significant Jack Novak hasn't ever did not meet a challenge--until he meets military nurse Lieutenant Ruth Doherty. whilst Jack lands within the military sanatorium after a airplane crash, he makes successful Ruth's center a most sensible precedence project. yet he has his paintings lower out for him. not just is Ruth enthusiastic about her paintings as a way to aid her orphaned siblings again domestic, she includes a shameful mystery that retains her from giving her center to any guy.
Seven years after their divorce, Ilana breaks the sour silence with a letter to Alex, a world-renowned authority on fanaticism, begging for support with their rebellious adolescent son, Boaz. One letter ends up in one other, and so evolves a correspondence among Ilana and Alex, Alex and Michel (Ilana’s Moroccan husband), Alex and his Mephistophelian Jerusalem lawyer—a correspondence among father and mother, stepfather and stepson, father and son, every one pleading his or her personal case.
- A Shtetl and other Yiddish novellas
- Return to Me
- Back Home Again
- In the Heart of the Wind
- Death of a Six-Foot Teddy Bear (Bargain Hunters Mysteries, No. 2)
- Auden and Christianity
Extra resources for The Protector: Families of Honor, Book Two
And then they’ll talk. ” What his brother said made sense. He turned away and went back to inspecting the stalls. But every so often, Loyal still felt Ella’s gaze on him. And still felt her pain. Chapter 2 As the horse languidly clopped along over the concrete, hot summer air blew into the buggy. The slight breeze offered Ella a momentary respite from the humidity. Not enough for any true relief, though. The back of Ella’s neck was damp with perspiration, and she felt as if every muscle in her body was sore.
Being covered in dust and grime was a given when a man lugged tires for hours each day. But during the last few years, John had known that he needed a break from this demanding, sometimes stressful job. Then, in April, when his nephew Calvin had come for a visit with his little sister Katie in tow, John had taken their appearance as a sign from God. It was time to reacquaint himself with his roots. And his family. In short, it was time to go home—even though this home had been no home to him in almost two decades.
Wanted to earn her friendship. So much so, that he kept forgetting she was Amish and he was not. He’d made such a big decision to leave the order, how could he ever even think about a woman who wasn’t English? What was going on with him? He wished he understood the reason he’d not looked at women for almost two decades, and now found himself thinking about the pair of them all the time. Had God made his return to Jacob’s Crossing so easy because he had another, far harder decision in store for him?