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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Now I'm giving away a copy of Love Still Stands by Kelly Irvin

About the book:

Readers of Kelly Irvin's Bliss Creek Amish novels will be overjoyed to discover her new series for lovers of Amish fiction: The New Hope Amish. In the first installment, Love Still Stands, a group of dedicated families leaves Bliss Creek to establish a new community in Missouri. Among them is Bethel Graber, a beautiful young woman with a passion for teaching. But after being disabled in a terrible accident, overseeing a classroom is out of the question...and romance seems a long-lost dream.

Bethel begins physical therapy, determined to make a fresh start. But that won't be easy in the town of New Hope, where the locals seem anything but eager to welcome their new Amish neighbors. Amid growing intimidation from the community, Bethel must find the strength to face her many challenges and the faith to believe that God still has a plan--and a love--for her life.

And now for the question... They say a picture is worth a thousand words. What does this book cover tell you about the story?


Jackie Tessnair said...

The cover tells me that she is going use her faith to get her through this hard time that she is having in her

windycindy said...

It is amazing what the cover of a book can tell you about the story line! It looks like winter, with snow on the window panes. Also,
the young Amish woman appears to be disabled, because I can see crutches
in the cover picture. I think she is reading the Bible, also. This looks like a wonderful new book series...
Many thanks, Cindi

Jean said...

Without reading any synopsis, the cover tells me that the story is about an Amish girl....who is unable to walk for some reason....who has not lost her faith in God, as she is reading the Bible, and it is a guarantee that the story will not be one that is offensive, as are so many secular books!


Andrea said...

This picture tells me this Amish woman will stand strong in her faith even amidst physical adversity.

karenk said...

I see a disabled young woman standing tall in her faith.

kmkuka at yahoo dot com

Michelle Sutton said...

and the winner is... Jean!

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