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Looking for a Miracle (Brides of Lancaster County, Bk 2)
Looking for a Miracle - Brides of Lancaster County, Bk 2 Author:Wanda E. Brunstetter As a child, Rebekah Stoltzfus suffered a freak accident that left her legs paralyzed. Now, confined to a wheelchair, she feels she'll never measure up to the expectations of her Pennsylvania Amish community that a woman should marry and raise a family. She longs to be loved, yet she prays for a way to be self-supporting. — Daniel Beachy wants... more » to court Rebekah, but she believes that she is a burden and has convinced herself that love is not for her. Will Rebekah's search for a miracle come true? Or, will she miss God's gift in her battle between self-pity and the determination to be independent? « less
This is book 2 of "Brides of Lancaster County"... It continues with the same story line (family)as book 1 "A Merry Heart"... and throughout the series... Four books in all... This publications is updated from the first with added content... Wanda Brunstetter still writes books that are quick to read... A good read if you would like to know more about the Amish way of life...dg
As a child, Rebekah suffered a freak accident that left her legs paralyzed. Now, confined to a wheelchair most of the time, she feels that she will never measure up to the expectations of her Pennsylvania Amish community that a woman marry and raise a family.
When Daniel Beachy who has long seemed smitten by Rebekah's cousin begins to spend time with Rebekah. She believes it is only because he feels sorry for her and is interested in obtaining her new business.
After all, what man would choose a woman with a handicap such as hers for a wife?
Will Rebekah ever find the miracle she is looking for?
Excellent book. Very heartwarming.
Rachel R. (eli7) reviewed Looking for a Miracle (Brides of Lancaster County, Bk 2) on
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This is a good gentle read. It is about an Amish woman who had an accident that paralyzed her legs. It shows the struggles she has with her emotions and everyday life. She isn't perfect, and that is what I liked about her. This book, because it is about the Amish, who are Christians, would probably be considered a Christian book.