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Fields of Corn
Fields of Corn | Sarah Price
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Shana Slater is looking for a place to call home when she arrives at the Lapp farm in Leola, Pennsylvania. Her unfamiliarity with the Amish has left her more curious than timid, and the apartment the Lapps have for rent is as appealing as the stunning, rolling countryside. Equally charming is her landlord's handsome son, Emanuel Lapp, who's more than willing to educate Shana on the beauty and richness of the Amish way of life. Shana soon finds herself falling for both the lifestyle and Emanuel. But nothing comes without sacrifice--not even the prospect of a perfectly simple life.
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MuddyPuddle
Fields of Corn | Sarah Price
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There‘s a fascination and pull towards the simplicity of the Amish life that more-than intrigues me, especially as I now live near numerous Amish communities. But my spiritual beliefs and those of the Amish are so very different that it makes books likes these particularly difficult to digest. The last quarter of the book pulled my rating way down, very hard for me to take. Or understand.

MelissaSue81 I just learned today that Amish fiction is it‘s own Genre. Who knew? 1y
GondorGirl My friend is a librarian at one of the roughest male prisons in the midwest. Amish romances are the second most requested genre there... 1y
Geeklet @GondorGirl I have so many questions but this is probably best left as a mystery. 1y
CouronneDhiver I‘ve always loved Amish fiction for a quick, relaxing read. 😊 They always fall in love and its all rainbows in the end. 1y
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