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When Love Returns - An Amish Homecoming Story - cover

When Love Returns - An Amish Homecoming Story

Beth Wiseman

Publisher: Zondervan

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An Amish Homecoming story from bestselling author Beth Wiseman. 
Hurricane Harvey forces Sarah Zook to return to the home she fled six years ago when she couldn’t face her stern parents’ reaction to her unplanned pregnancy. Upon her return, Abram King can think of nothing but the pain she caused him—until he meets Sarah’s daughter and realizes that he never really stopped loving Sarah. Sarah and Abram must find a way to face the truth of their past so they can rekindle their first love.

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