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Where the Heart Is - An Amish Sweethearts Novella - cover

Where the Heart Is - An Amish Sweethearts Novella

Amy Clipston

Publisher: Zondervan

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Summary

Tobias Smucker is back home, and it’s no secret he and his father are still not on the best of terms. But what is surprising is that his little sister’s best friend, Mariella, has been harboring her own secret feelings for Tobias. With her help, he begins to unravel a family mystery and learns that everyone has their own hidden depths, including his father.

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