|The Englisher (Annie's People Series #2) by|
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|Joyas Vallenatas No. 2 by Beverly Lewis (2006, CD, Abridged) : Beverly Lewis (2006)|
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|Annie Zook, the preacher's daughter, struggles to keep her promise to her father--to abandon her art for a full six months. Will she succeed, only to succumb to another "forbidden" desire? And what would her father do if he discovered her friendship with a handsome Englisher? Ben Martin has recently moved to Pennsylvania from Kentucky on a secret search of his own. He is mysteriously drawn to Paradise and especially to the covered bridge depicted in Annie's painting, a folded copy of which he carries in his pocket...along with a smooth peach stone. Will Ben's keen interest in Annie derail her intention to join the Amish church come autumn? (Annie's People Book 2)|
|Series||Annie's People Ser.|
|Publisher||Bethany House Publishers|
|Series Volume Number||No. 2|
|LC Classification Number||PS3562.E9383E54 2006|
|Read by||Aimee Lilly|
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I bought this book after reading the first book in the series. I loved this book and couldn't put it down. I read for hours on end to finish it and can not wait to read the last book in this series. This book opens on Annie Zook a young woman trying to keep her promise(about not painting) to her father. Ben Martin works for Annie's cousin Irving. As their paths continue to cross Ben and Annie quickly fall for each other. Annie knows that her father would disapprove of her seeing an Englisher but she can't seem to break it off with him. Could a young woman truly leave everything she has ever known for the sake of love?
I loved this book. All of Beverly Lewis's books have been very enjoyable reads and this was no exception. It was the 2nd in the series "Annie's People" and was a "must have" for me. Her stories are set in the Amish communities of Lancaster county and have a mystery as well as romance incorporated in them. I have since purchases the 3rd book of this series entitled "The Brethren" and enjoyed it as well. Highly recommended.
Beverly Lewis has written a series called Annie's People. Among them is this book, The Englisher and I bought it because I could only find it on e-bay and also because we need books in large print.
This book has a wonderful storyline as do all the Beverly Lewis books. I purchased this book because I've read many B. Lewis books and just can't get enough. Of course this is the second in the Annie's people series so I had to read it. Now I am looking for the last one of this series at a reasonable price. You can't beat Beverly Lewis books for clean romance with a plot.
I love Beverly Lewis. She writes interesting books about the Amish. The Englisher is no different. She keeps you wanting to finish the book quickly. She has a way of bringing out the best in the people of her books.