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Under the Harvest Moon - An Amish Harvest Novella - cover

Under the Harvest Moon - An Amish Harvest Novella

Beth Wiseman

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

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Can Brock and Naomi harvest a second chance for love? 
When Naomi Dienner is suddenly widowed, she never expects to find love again . . . until she meets Brock Mulligan, an English family friend hired at harvest time. As a sinister presence begins to threaten Naomi, Brock seeks to prove himself trustworthy while struggling with growing feelings for Naomi and her children. Will God open Naomi’s heart—and give Brock his own second chance at love?

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