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The only daughter of an Old Order Amish preacher, Annie Zook is torn between the traditions of her Paradise, Pennsylvania, community and her forbidden art, a decision made all the more difficult by a handsome Englisher with secrets of his own.
Acclaim for Annie's People
"Best Genre Fiction 2005". "well-developed characters and absorbing plot."
"--Library Journal "(starred review)
"Master storyteller Lewis adds greater depth to her characters and draws a compelling portrait of the insular Amish community. Highly recommended."
"--Library Journal" (starred review)
"The Preacher's Daughter
"Annie wants to please her preacher father, but a passion for art stands in the way. Will outside influences tempt her to pursue her dreams?
"Annie struggles to keep her promise to abandon her art even as she succumbs to another forbidden desire--a relationship with Englisher Ben Martin.
Annie longs to return to her art and the idyllic days spent with Ben before her father ordered her to never see him again. Will the brethren forever stand between them?
*Winner of a 2007 Christy Award
- SKU: 9780764212888
- SKU10: 0764212885
- Title: Annie's People
- Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
- Pages: 693
- Weight lbs: 1.58
- Dimensions: 8.96" L x 6.14" W x 1.83" H
- Category: FICTION, CHRISTIAN
- Subject: Christian - General