The Weaving of Life: New Directions Book One
Linda Byler (Author)
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DescriptionThe first in a new series about an independent Amish woman and her struggles in career and romance. Susan Lapp is a hardworking Amish woman in her early twenties. She enjoys the financial independence that working two jobs--as a housecleaner and at the local deli in Lancaster--affords her. And based on her sisters' tumultuous experiences with their husbands, she has no interest in dating or marriage. She's perfectly content with her life as it is, thank you very much. When Susan's best friend Beth begins to date Susan's brother Mark, the couple is determined to play matchmaker for Susan. Susan begrudgingly agrees to humor them and soon finds herself caught between an undeniable attraction for one of Mark's coworkers and her unflinching commitment to staying single. Soon, her complicated feelings take her in directions she once couldn't have imagined. She experiences hardship like she never has before--homesickness, miserable weather in a place that feels so foreign, and an incredibly challenging job. And despite her attempts to escape romantic entanglements, she finds herself longing for the stability and familiarity of a committed relationship back home. Still, she wrestles with fear and uncertainty. How is she to know God's will for her life?
April 25, 2023
5.43 X 8.35 X 1.02 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author
Linda Byler grew up Amish and is an active member of the Amish church today. She is the author of six bestselling fiction series, all set in the Amish world: Hester's Hunt for Home, Lancaster Burning, Sadie's Montana, Lizzie Searches for Love, The Dakota Series, and The Long Road Home. In addition, Byler has authored several standalone titles and Christmas romances. Linda writes all her novels by hand in a notebook and is also well known within the Amish community as a columnist for a weekly Amish newspaper.