Amish Country Crossroads (Three Novels In One)
Three Bestselling Novels in One Volume In THE POSTCARD, Rachel Yoder, a young Amish widow, helps her family run a bed and breakfast in Lancaster County. The discovery of an old postcard begins to unravel a web of betrayal...
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Three Bestselling Novels in One Volume
In THE POSTCARD, Rachel Yoder, a young Amish widow, helps her family run a bed and breakfast in Lancaster County. The discovery of an old postcard begins to unravel a web of betrayal and secrecy in Rachel's community. Rachel must search her heart, and her past, to restore a splintered family tree.
Drawn back to Lancaster County in THE CROSSROAD, Philip Bradley struggles with his attraction to a beautiful Plain woman. Rachel has suffered unbearable heartache, and he fears that his growing affection for her will only bring more of the same. Must they sacrifice a future together for the sake of all they know and love?
In SANCTUARY, Ryan James comes home one day to find his wife gone, leaving a hastily written note. Stunned, Ryan searches frantically, only to discover that Melissa is not who she claimed to be. Now she has escaped to Amish country. There Melissa's painful history unfolds - even as danger closes in.
Volume Includes:^The Postcard^The Crossroad^Sanctuary
"The lives and love of Philip Bradley and Rachel Yoder captivate readers again in this 3-in-1 edition of the popular series featuring The postcard, The crossroad, and Sanctuary"--Provided by publisher.
Beverly Lewis was born Beverly Marie Jones in 1949, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and grew up in the heart of 'Pennsylvania Dutch' country. She played and composed on the piano and wrote avidly from a very young age. Beverly's father was an Assemblies of God pastor, and she was raised in that denomination. However, she became fascinated with her ancestral links to the Old Order Mennonite community into which her maternal grandmother, Ada Buchwalter, had been born. Beverly's deep affinity for her Amish heritage has inspired much of her prodigious literary output - over eighty books for both children and adults.
Beverly graduated from Evangel University with a degree in Music Education, and became a schoolteacher. When her own three children were middle school age, Beverly began submitting stories to children's magazines. Her first book Mountain Bikes and Garbanzo Beans was published in 1993.
Beverly's first adult fiction, published in 1997, was the Heritage of Lancaster County trilogy, about the experiences of a young Amish woman Katie Lapp as she moves from the plain traditions of her upbringing into the modern world. Beverly has followed this award-winning bestseller with a stream of popular titles that have established her as one of our time's most beloved storytellers. Her titles include the Cul-De-Sac Kids, the Girls Only (GO!), and the Holly's Heart series for children, and the Amish based Rose, Seasons of Grace, Abram's Daughter, The Courtship of Nellie Fisher, and Annie's People series. She has received numerous awards including two Silver Angel Awards for her novels The Postcard and Annika's Secret Wish, and a Golden Book Award for The Shunning, the first volume of her Heritage of Lancaster County series.
Beverly is a member of the National League of American Pen Women as well as a Distinguished Alumnus of Evangel University. She says of her leisure:
"When I'm between writing deadlines, I enjoy hiking in the Rocky Mountains with my husband. Cooking from scratch, playing Mozart at the piano, and making family memory albums, as well as traveling to meet my devoted readers during book tours, are some of my very favorite things. I also adore reading biographies and memoirs, as well as classic literature."
She makes her home with her husband David in Colorado. In addition to their three adult children, they have three grandchildren.
David Lewis, an accomplished keyboard artist and piano teacher, was born in Minnesota and raised in the Midwest. He met his wife, Beverly, in Colorado, where they make their home in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.