A Home in the West (Eshort Story) (The Amish Of Apple Grove Series)
Journey back to 1858 Berlin, Ohio, in this free short story e-romance prequel from The Amish of Apple Grove series by Lori Copeland and Virginia Smith. For 19-year-old Jonas Switzer, the promise of a productive life as an Amish...
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Journey back to 1858 Berlin, Ohio, in this free short story e-romance prequel from The Amish of Apple Grove series by Lori Copeland and Virginia Smith. For 19-year-old Jonas Switzer, the promise of a productive life as an Amish farmer is only as real as a dream on the western horizon. Living on the charity of the Bylers, and with no claim to a family farm, Jonas's future depends on a bold plan and an ambitious move. He also longs to catch the eye of Caroline Hersberger, the most beautiful young woman in the village, and share his dream with her. Will Matthew Kennel woo her first? Will she reject Jonas outright? Only God knows, and only He can provide Jonas with a godly wife and a home in the West.
Lori Copeland, Christian novelist, lives in the beautiful Ozarks with her husband and family. After writing in the secular romance market for 15 years, she now spends her time penning books that edify readers and glorify God. She has been writing for twenty-three years. In 2000, Lori was inducted into the Springfield Writers Hall of Fame. Over three million of her books are in print.
Titles by Lori Copeland The Christmas Lamp; Simple Gifts; Now and Always; Monday Morning Faith; Simple Gifts; Unwrapping Christmas and Monday Morning Faith
Virginia Smith is Professor of Art at Baruch College of the City University of New York, where she created a graphics program for the Art Department, and founded Artograph, a publication about major contemporary designers. In addition to teaching for over 20 years, she is a graphic designer of numerous book jackets, books, logos, and publicity for leading publishers and corporations. She has served as president of the American Printing History Association and as an officer of the Society of Publication Designers. Professor Smith received her degree in literature and art history from Wellesley