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The Treasured Book - An Amish Heirloom Novella - cover

The Treasured Book - An Amish Heirloom Novella

Kathleen Fuller

Publisher: Zondervan

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For the past two years, Shane Broyles has felt God leading him to join the Amish. He is staying with his friends Noah and Ivy Schlabach in Birch Creek, OH, where he is reunited with Lucy Fisher, an old friend of Noah’s family. Shane and Lucy have never revealed their feelings for each other, but when they stumble upon an antique Bible at a flea market, they feel drawn to each other and to the mystery of the contents found within.

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