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Sunday, February 10, 2013

New giveaway! Now I'm giving away Miriam's Quilt by Jennifer Beckstrand

About the book:

Miriam Bontrager has loved Ephraim Neuenschwander for as long as she can remember. As young teenagers they make a secret pact to wed when they come of age. But when Miriam’s headstrong brother is arrested and her sister is discovered with child, Ephraim decides that Miriam, with her disgraced family ties, is not worthy of him. Heartbroken and shattered, Miriam vows to never again trust her affection to anyone. But will she surrender her heart when a man of simple faith and gentle ways shows her how to love again?

Of course Seth Lambright thinks Miriam Bontrager is pretty, but she's also too stuck-up to pay him any notice. That is, until she comes to his stable after Ephraim's devastating rejection. Spending time with Seth's horses gives Miriam comfort and helps her mend, but her presence nudges Seth dangerously close falling in love. Unable to ignore the way she tugs at his heart, will he risk everything to show her that there is more to love than the pain of bitter memories?

Miriam's Quilt is the 3rd book in the Apple Lake series and was published by Summerside Press in Feb. 2013.

My thoughts: I haven't read this one and don't have a copy to review.

Now for the question... . Has anyone ever told you that they thought you were stuck up? I have. Sometimes I get to thinking and I don't see people because my mind is somewhere else, so they think I'm not saying hi because of this and I don't even see them when I am looking their way. Anyway, what about you?


pol said...

No, no one has said that I was ever stuck up probably because I am a country girl, never meet a stranger. I like the sound of this story another amish writer I have not read yet, thanks for sharing today.

Paula O(

Norma S said...

No i have never been told that i was stuck up. I always speak to people when i see them and i even speak to people i don't know. Thank you for giving me a chance to win these book. I love Amish books, but i have never read any books from this Author! God bless.
Norma Stanforth
From Ohio

Jean said...

No, I have never been told that...probably because I am exactly the opposite - outgoing and talkative with

Thank you for the opportunity to win this book. I love Amish stories.

Judy said...

Yes, in the past I've been told that I was stuck up. I was on the shy side growing up and I would never be the first one to approach anyone. Because of that, a lot of people thought I was stuck up. I hated being so shy but I also had low self-esteem at the time to.

I would love to win a copy of, Miriam's Quilt. I just love the cover of this book. Very colorful!


karenk said...

no, not that i recall.

thanks for the chance to read this novel.

kmkuka at yahoo dot com 22

apple blossom said...

no can't say anyone has ever said that I was stuck up

love to be entered in giveaway for this book thanks

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

Andrea said...

Yes, there have been occasions when people thought I was stuck up. I'm the wallflower type and too shy to speak to strangers. My husband is the opposite so that helps out now and I've overcome it some.

Would love to read this book.

Martha Lawson said...

No, I don't think so! I am always afraid people will think I'm stuck up, especially when I'm shopping. I will pass right by people and not even see them!! I'm like you, to much on my mind.

Sheila Deeth said...

Yes, in the past. But now they hear my accent and encourage me to talk. Or they see my gray hair and encourage me to smile.

Tore said...

I love a good romance. Please enter me in contest.

Michelle Sutton said...

and the winner is...


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