An Amish Man of Ice Mountain

An Amish Man of Ice Mountain

eBook - 2015
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An Amish Man Joseph King has good reasons to work an oil rig far from his beloved Ice Mountain . . . and to mind his own business. He hopes to protect his younger brother Edward from worldly influences. And maybe he can finally forget how yielding to temptation forced him to leave home in disgrace. Still, no honorable Amish man would let Priscilla Allen and her four-year-old daughter remain homeless, living out of their car. And how can he not be drawn to the feisty waitress's bravery and hidden strength . . . Offering Priscilla a home on Ice Mountain as his wife-in-name-only gives her a place to start again. For Joseph, it's also an unexpected chance to regain his reputation and standing in the community. But Priscilla's warmth, caring, and determination to adjust to Amish society are renewing Joseph's long-buried hope. Now as his guilt and her wrenching secrets threaten the fragile trust growing between them, they will need the riskiest of miracles to put the past to rest--and fulfill a promise only love and renewed faith can bring.
Publisher: New York, NY : Zebra Books/Kensington Publishing Corp., 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781420135473
Branch Call Number: EBOOK OVERDRIVE
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Jun 15, 2016

Another enjoyable read from Kelly Long. Some was quite dramatic, relating to Priscilla's & Hollie's background of domestic violence. A way to forgiveness and redemption is offered. One passage with a moral tidbit that I liked: "We rarely want what Gott chooses to give us ... We take the gifts wrapped in bright paper and the ones in oil cloth all the same." (p. 125)

Sep 27, 2015

This book and I imagine the others in this series are smutty and very descriptive about what goes on in the bedroom. Would not consider this to be Christian reading material. If you want to read good clean books, stay away from these ones.

Jun 03, 2015

I checked out this book expecting it to be more inspiring Amish fiction. It was more like soft porn. The very first paragraph, if not the very first sentence takes you to a woman leering at an Amish man and thinking about how she tricked him into taking his shirt off so she could look at his chest. I did not choose to read beyond the first page and flipping through a few random pages to see if it got better. Big disappointment!


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Sep 27, 2015

terrylady thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over


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