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A Plain Love Song

eBook

Kelly Irvin, author of the Bliss Creek Amish series, brings the story of the New Hope Amish to a dramatic conclusion in A Plain Love Song.

Adah Knepp wants nothing more than to make music. It's all she's ever desired—to sing and play the guitar and write her own songs. That's a dream that will never come true in the confines of her strict Amish community. But then she meets Jackson Hart, and all of a sudden she finds the chance for a different kind of life. A real stage, a real guitar, and a real opportunity to sing her songs to a real audience!

But pursuing her dreams means turning her back on her family and community—and saying goodbye to Matthew, the gentle Amish farmer she can't get out of her mind. Is it worth giving up the only home she's ever known to pursue her dreams?


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Publisher: Harvest House Publishers, Inc.

Kindle Book

  • Release date: July 1, 2014

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780736954990
  • Release date: July 1, 2014

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9780736954990
  • File size: 606 KB
  • Release date: July 1, 2014

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB eBook

Languages

English

Kelly Irvin, author of the Bliss Creek Amish series, brings the story of the New Hope Amish to a dramatic conclusion in A Plain Love Song.

Adah Knepp wants nothing more than to make music. It's all she's ever desired—to sing and play the guitar and write her own songs. That's a dream that will never come true in the confines of her strict Amish community. But then she meets Jackson Hart, and all of a sudden she finds the chance for a different kind of life. A real stage, a real guitar, and a real opportunity to sing her songs to a real audience!

But pursuing her dreams means turning her back on her family and community—and saying goodbye to Matthew, the gentle Amish farmer she can't get out of her mind. Is it worth giving up the only home she's ever known to pursue her dreams?


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