Series: Amish Turns of Time

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Wonderful Lonesome: (Amish Turns of Time) by Olivia Newport1
Meek and Mild: (Amish Turns of Time) by Olivia Newportbook 2
Hope in the Land (Amish Turns of Time) by Olivia Newport4

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  4. The Christmas Cradle (Seasons of the Heart) by Charlotte Hubbard (2015)
  5. Amish Firefighter by Laura Hilton (2016)
  6. Abby Finds Her Calling: Home at Cedar Creek, Book One by Naomi King (2012)
  7. White Christmas in Webster County (Amish of Webster County) by Laura Hilton (2014)
  8. When Love Calls: A Novel (The Gregory Sisters) by Lorna Seilstad (2013)
  9. Huckleberry Hill by Jennifer Beckstrand (2014)
  10. The Forgotten Recipe (An Amish Heirloom Novel) by Amy Clipston (2015)
  11. Change of Heart (Keepsake Pocket Quilt) by Molly Jebber (2015)
  12. The Amish Christmas Sleigh (Anthology 3-in-1) by Kelly Long (1600)
  13. Leaving Lancaster: A Novel (Legacy of Lancaster Trilogy) by Kate Lloyd (2012)
  14. Hopeful: Return to Sugarcreek, Book One by Shelley Shepard Gray (2014)
  15. Murder Simply Brewed (An Amish Village Mystery) by Vannetta Chapman (2014)

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