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The betrayal [electronic resource] / Beverly Lewis.

By: Lewis, Beverly, 1949-Material type: TextTextSeries: Lewis, Beverly, Abram's daughters: 2.Publication details: [Grand Rapids, Mich.] : Baker Publishing Group, 2010Description: 1 online resource (358 p.)ISBN: 9781585586790 (electronic bk. : Adobe ePUB); 158558679X (electronic bk. : Adobe ePUB)Subject(s): Amish -- Fiction | Sisters -- Fiction | Lancaster (Pa.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Christian fiction. | Electronic books.DDC classification: 813/.54 Online resources: Click here to access title or place hold Summary: Spanning three generations, the Abram's Daughters series paints a powerful family portrait of four Amish sisters growing up in Gobblers Knob, Lancaster County. In Book One, The Covenant, when oldest sister Sadie is beguiled by a handsome, dark-haired "Englisher," it is younger sister Leah who suffers from her sisters shameful behavior. In Book Two, The Betrayal, Leah and her beloved Jonas are separated for half the year when he accepts a long-desired carpenters apprenticeship in Ohio. They are confident that by letter and heart-felt promises, their love is strong enough to survive the temporary separation. But never could they have foreseen the bitter test facing them and their families.
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Spanning three generations, the Abram's Daughters series paints a powerful family portrait of four Amish sisters growing up in Gobblers Knob, Lancaster County. In Book One, The Covenant, when oldest sister Sadie is beguiled by a handsome, dark-haired "Englisher," it is younger sister Leah who suffers from her sisters shameful behavior. In Book Two, The Betrayal, Leah and her beloved Jonas are separated for half the year when he accepts a long-desired carpenters apprenticeship in Ohio. They are confident that by letter and heart-felt promises, their love is strong enough to survive the temporary separation. But never could they have foreseen the bitter test facing them and their families.

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