Autumn Grace

Autumn Grace

Book - 2013
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"With the change of seasons comes a change of heart--and an unexpected journey of love, compassion, and discovery. The oldest of seven daughters, Ruth Schrock has grown up believing that her uncompromising father has never really approved of her independent nature. Though devoted to her community and her faith, she's always found it difficult to follow the straight and narrow path of a deacon's daughter. When Ruth is asked to teach in a nearby community, she jumps at the opportunity--feeling that God has given her a chance at a life of meaning. Ruth never could have guessed that her new path would lead to Levi Yoder. Handsome Levi is a shy and quiet man. He lives alone and seems most comfortable spending time with the injured animals he rescues and cares for. Ruth and her all-embracing love of life confuse yet captivate Levi. With her school across the road from his farm, the attraction grows--but so do the conflicts. Can these two opposites find a path they can walk together into the future?"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2013
Edition: Berkley trade paperback edition
ISBN: 9780425264263
Characteristics: 311 pages ; 21 cm


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Justink2003 Jun 10, 2014

I can't get enough of the Amish books.
I love them and they remind me of the olden days I grew up.The are such clean books and very fascinating.

Jan 11, 2014

I am 24 and from a scientific background, so I was surprised how much I was drawn to this book. It is simple and sweet; at first I thought it would be too religious and possibly lame but it was neither. If you want to escape the rat-race of modern city life, here is an enjoyable story that reminds its readers of something truly basic and crucial to human happiness: positive connections with others.


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