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Must Read for Lovers of Amish Romance Novels: When a mysterious woman stumbles, bloody and beaten, onto widower Abram Yoder's Lancaster farm, will he find the faith to love again?

Sofia Angelis is a woman without a past. All she knows is that she's being hunted. When she stumbles, bloody and beaten, onto Abram Yoder's Lancaster County farm, she is not only given a chance at safety, but also the possibility of love. Will the ghosts of Sofia's past keep her from seizing a new future?Abram Yoder is a man trapped in the past. His wife Rebekah died in childbirth two years back, and even through prayer, he hasn't been able to absolve his grief and allow himself to live. When a mysterious woman comes to his Lancaster farm needing help, will Abram find the faith to love again?

Join Sofia and Abram as they confront the past, embrace the future and with God's help, bridge the gap between their two worlds and maybe even find love in ALL 10 BOOKS of the Out of Darkness Serial!

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2014
December 29
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
253
Pages
PUBLISHER
Global Grafx Press
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
426.2
KB

Customer Reviews

Ninatmb ,

Love it love it love it

I loved this book so much! I wish I knew what happened with Samuel and I would have loved to see a hint at a wedding but other than that great book!!!!

Diana Hunsaker Myers ,

Out of Darkness

Two things prompted a 3star instead of a 5 star rating. First this should have been one book, not 10. None of these 10 stand alone. In a store none of these would be sold alone.
The second point for this rating is the ending. It left too many questions. How was she kidnapped. If it was for money, no note was mentioned. Her parented didn't even act worried. There should have been enough concern that they would be at the station, instead of flying in later. The only mention about the kidnapper was the retrieval of the ring. Why was the kidnapper still carrying it.
There was suspense, intrigue and romance. I feel it just wasn't the novel it could have been.

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