For a chance to win this book simply post a comment that answers this question. Have you (or anyone you know) broken up with someone only to discover later that it was a mistake? Then when you wanted a relationship again it was too late?
I'll go first. I dated this cop in Syracuse, NY, and after awhile we both got busy and lost contact. He showed up at my house six months later to ask me out again and my sister was there and told him I was engaged to be married. He was hurt. Oh well, that was his choice to blow me off, right? I married the man I was engaged to and we celebrated 20 years of marriage in August of 1990. I made the right choice, obviously.
I will select a winner using the Randomizer program next Sunday so stop back and check for your name. Best wishes to you!
About the book:
Take a trip to Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania, where you'll meet the women of the Kauffman Amish Bakery in Lancaster County. As each woman's story unfolds, you will share in her heartaches, trials, joys, dreams ... and secrets. You'll discover how the simplicity of the Amish lifestyle can clash with the 'English' way of life---and the decisions and consequences that follow. Most importantly, you will be encouraged by the hope and faith of these women, and the importance they place on their families. Miriam Lapp, who left the Amish community of Bird-in-Hand three years ago, is heartbroken when her sister calls to reveal that her mother has died suddenly. Traveling home to Pennsylvania, she is forced to face the heartache from her past, including her rift from her family and the breakup of her engagement with Timothy Kauffman. Her past emotional wounds are reopened when her family rejects her once again and she finds out that Timothy is in a relationship with someone else. Miriam discovers that the rumors that broke them up three years ago were all lies. However, when Timothy proposes to his girlfriend and Miriam's father disowns her, Miriam returns to Indiana with her heart in shambles. When Miriam's father has a stroke, Miriam returns to Pennsylvania, where her world continues to fall apart, leaving her to question her place in the Amish community and her faith in God.
I don't have this book and haven't read anything by Amy Clipston so I can't give an opinion on this book. Sorry! But the story concept sounds good to me. :)