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A 9,800 word Amish Sweet Christian Romance suitable for all ages.
A fire burned that could bring them closer, or drive them apart. Rebecca and Jason are young and in love, but he is Englisch and she is Amish. His mother wants him to finish high school. Her parents are terrified she is seeing an Englisher, especially since the rash of barn burnings in Amish Country. Amish Fire: A short tale of forbidden love…
As the oldest of eight children, sixteen-year-old Rebecca Hostetler has responsibilities in her Amish household. Her Mamm was not happy when she went out riding with “that Englischer boy” Jason, but Rebecca was afraid she was falling in love with him. Her Mamm is sure this is the fire of lust, not the fire of love. She entreats her daughter to pray and find Gott’s wille for her. Rebecca tries to explain to Jason what it means to be Amish, but he gets angry when she talks about her faith. Christian is Christian, isn’t it? When she didn’t say anything, he just stopped coming around the farm.
Rebecca wonders, Were they over? Mayhap she should take up with Samuel Shrop who has been asking her to take a buggy ride, but how could she when her heart still belonged to Jason? And how could she make Jason see that being Amish was more than removing electricity from your life?
Here’s What Reviewers Had To Say:
Amish Fire was one of the rare books I’ve read that had me utterly intrigued as I wen’t through it. This was actually my first time reading a book by Arwilda Allshouse so I was a little bit nervous about downloading this at first but it turned out to be a really awesome book to go through. You follow Rebecca and Jason’s beautiful romance as they have a fire that burns for each other as it is forbidden love. It’s a great story of romance, love, faith, and passion. I was actually really impressed with how vivid the characters were developed as you go through the story. Curious to see what else is in store by Arwilda Allshouse.
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Nice story that was well written. It has an authentic Amish feel and without knowing the author personally, I can tell she is very in tune with the Amish way of life. I look forward to more.