Amish Fairy Tales

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About the author:
Rachel was born and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Being a neighbor to the Amish, she found herself growing more and more interested in the people and culture, which is why she eventually started writing Amish romance fiction. Through her books, Rachel strives to present a fair and honest representation of a love (both platonic and romantic) that is both true to life and sweet. She hopes her readers enjoy her books.

Amish Fairy Tales
 

Authored by Rachel Stoltzfus

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Set in a whimsical Lancaster County of fantastic possibility grounded in strong Christian values, join sisters Ella, Zelda and Gerta as they struggle to find themselves and their places in a world fraught with peril where nothing is as it seems.

*** Amish Cinderella #1-2: Will sixteen-year-old Ella have the strength to fight for her future with Samuel in the face of treachery, violence, and a shocking tragedy that threatens everything she's ever wanted?

Sixteen-year-old Amish orphan Ella faces constant abuse as she struggles to do all of her own chores as well as those of her two older cousins. Ella has only her whittling and a deep and abiding faith in God to give her strength and comfort. Desperately wishing for some kind of escape, but knowing that it is almost impossible as she has neither time nor permission to step away from her work to court with other local boys, Ella prays every day for a chance to pursue her dream of having a loving home and family of her own. But when Ella meets the deacon's nephew, Samuel, who has moved from Somerset to Lancaster, will their instant connection be enough to defeat the treachery of Ella's cousins, the violence of her uncle, and a tragedy that threatens to destroy the fragile hope for a future that Ella has managed to hold onto in spite of all odds?

Find out in Amish Cinderella - Books 1-2 by Rachel Stoltzfus

*** Amish Sleeping Beauty: When orphaned teen Zelda's beloved aunt is stricken by a mysterious illness, will Zelda find a way to save the ones she loves? Or is she truly cursed?

Orphaned teen Zelda's short life has been shadowed by tragedy. She is haunted by the terrifying memories of losing her family and sisters in a flash flood as a child. Now, as she reaches the age of her Rumspringa, Zelda is faced with loss again when her beloved Aunt Miriam falls victim to a mysterious illness that leaves her exhausted, weak, and eventually forces her into an unexplainable sleep. As Zelda desperately searches for answers, a terrifying omen leads her to believe that maybe she is responsible. And when a second tragedy strikes her adoptive family, Zelda fears the worst. Can Zelda find a way to save the ones she loves? Or is she truly cursed?

Find out in Book 3 of the Amish Fairy Tales series by Rachel Stoltzfus.

*** Amish Snow White: When Amish teen, Gerta is reunited with her beloved sisters, will she have the strength to step out from her uncle's shadow and forge her own path before it's too late?

Orphaned teen Gerta has always been her uncle Horace's lucky charm, bringing good crops, good health, and a talent for quilting that is nothing short of remarkable. But things are difficult for the entire family as her uncle suffers from the sin of pride, which is causing turmoil between him and his oldest son Paul. And things really go downhill when Gerta is reunited with her sisters, and Gerta makes plans to leave Horace's house. How far will Horace go to keep Gerta under his thumb, and will Gerta have the strength to forge her own path with her beloved sisters before it's too late?

Find out in Book 4 of the Amish Fairy Tales series by Rachel Stoltzfus.

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Publication Date:
2015-12-17
ISBN/EAN13:
1522813691 / 9781522813699
Page Count:
490
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Christian / Fantasy




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