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Thomas Nelson An Amish Christmas: December in Lancaster County

Experience Christmas anew as you spend the holidays with four Amish couples! Seth broke Miriam's heart. Should she give him a second chance? As widow Lydia mourns, her old flame appears---her husband's brother. One snowy Christmas Eve, a child changes everything for two couples. And midwife Anna Stolis gets some unexpected help from Asa Lapp. 528 pages, softcover from Nelson.
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Customer Reviews for An Amish Christmas: December in Lancaster County
Review 1 for An Amish Christmas: December in Lancaster County
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December in Lancaster

Date:December 28, 2013
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Sherma
Location:Mississauga, Canada
Age:35-44
Gender:female
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I really love these stories. I am totally in awe especially of the first three stories all written by different authors yet they blended the characters from the previous stories into their own story lines. That took a lot of working together on the authors part and the end results was just three beautiful stories. The last story was a little bit different and though okay I did not like some parts of it. This book really is a great and wholesome and uplifting read. I highly recommend this book.
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Review 2 for An Amish Christmas: December in Lancaster County
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Mixed Bag

Date:December 23, 2011
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Carrie
Location:Virginia
Age:45-54
Gender:female
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My favorite novella was Kelly Long's Christmas Cradles which I would have given five plus stars. I also enjoyed Beth Wiseman's A Choice to Forgive, 5 Stars. However the other two novellas were thin on characterization and story line and I was quite disappointed in the listen, 3's on those.
Kelly Long's novella was definitely worth reading on its own. A strong character, an Amish midwife, Anna Stollis, falls for an equally strong handsome and capable young man, Asa Mast, as they go about delivering babies one stormy Christmas night. The hero and heroine are in their late twenties.
Kelly Marie Long is one of my new favorite authors. She really knows how to craft believable characters and her romances are the best around. Grab this book and curl up by the fire for a great read as Anna and Asa bring new life into the world while beginning their own lives together!
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