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The Englisch Daughter

  • Cindy Woodsmall
  • Erin Woodsmall
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  • ISBN-10: 1432879553
  • ISBN-13: 9781432879556
  • Shipping Weight: 1.20 lbs ( .54 kgs)
  • 442 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released August 2020
  • Simultaneous Publications

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Old Order Amish wife and mother Jemima has put her marriage and family ahead of herself for years. She’s set herself aside. Raising four children, she’s followed all the rules and has been patient in looking forward to her time to chase a dream of her own. But when she finds out that her life savings for pursuing that dream is gone — and that her husband, Roy, has been hiding a child with another woman — her entire world is shattered. Will she be able to listen to God and love Roy’s child? With so much at stake, how can she and Roy fix their relationship before their lives come crashing down?

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Customer Reviews

“In this charming inspirational from Cindy and Erin Woodsmall (A Christmas Haven), a mother and daughter-in-law writing team, Roy and Jemima Graber are an Amish couple coming to terms with life after a buggy accident leaves Roy debilitated and their eldest daughter disabled. . . . Roy’s emotionally charged road to redemption provides many profound moments of reflection from the characters on the ripple effects of sins and the struggle to forgive. This is the Woodsmalls’ best work yet.”

— Publishers Weekly