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Her Christmas Pen Pal - An Amish Second Christmas Novella - cover

Her Christmas Pen Pal - An Amish Second Christmas Novella

Ruth Reid

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

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Joy was expecting a wedding proposal from Henry; what she got instead was news of another woman. But when her heartfelt letter to a cousin ends up in the hands of a young cabinetmaker, an unexpected correspondence between two strangers gets interesting fast.

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