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Publisher Description

GRAB BOOKS 1-4 -- THE COMPLETE SERIES!

When Amish teen, Jemima King finds herself in possession of a national treasure, fame, wealth, and an improbable love threaten all of her once simple dreams. Will Jemima have the strength to choose the right future for herself and her community?

Join Amish teen, Jemima King as she navigates rumspringa, fame, sudden wealth and an improbable love!

>>> Book 1: Seventeen-year-old Jemima King has simple dreams of marriage and a family, but when a chance purchase puts Jemima in possession of a national treasure, will a sudden influx of wealth and fame send her down a perilous path?

>>> Book 2: Caught between with the temptation of wealth and a desperate need to be loved, will young Amish woman Jemima King turn away from her Amish community and values for the love of an Englischer? And if so, can his promises lead to anything other than heartbreak?

>>> Book 3: Faced with a lawsuit and torn between four anxious suitors -- one an Englischer who has already once betrayed her trust -- will Jemima King find the strength to stand for herself and her family? Or will greed and mistrust steal away everything she values?

>>> Book 4: Though Englischer boy-wonder reporter, Brad Williams has declared his love for Amish teen, Jemima King, are they truly meant to be together? Or can another win Jemima's heart?

If you LOVE sweet Amish romance, grab YOUR copy today.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2015
October 20
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
504
Pages
PUBLISHER
Global Grafx Press
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
979.6
KB

Customer Reviews

Tim'sPrettyGirl ,

Not the type of Amish series I’d read again

The first three books in this series were great and I followed the story with love for the characters. The last book in the series lost me. How does some go from agnostic to marrying an Amish girl is 20 pages? It seemed like a hurried conclusion to a story that had been all about the struggle of money and the English vs the Amish worlds. Also, there was quite a bit of focus on the physical aspect of courting than I thought to be appropriate. I was definitely disappointed.

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