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The Englisher by Beverly Lewis

The Englisher (2006)

by Beverly Lewis

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"Annie Zook, the preacher's daughter, struggles to keep her promise to her father--to abandon her art for a full six months. Will Annie's intention to join the Amish church be derailed by the attention of a handsome Englisher?"--Provided by publisher.



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The Englisher appear the focus of this story or mostly part of the story. Beverly does do this gradually. Annie Zook has some struggles to keep the promises that she made with her father who by the way is the preachers.

We go through the struggles with Annie. There another struggle that going on as well. Zeke is struggling with something and it does take the whole book to figure it out. There are surprises and twists throughout the book.

Ben Martin as come to Amish county and has his own secrets. He comes to work in the tack shop. He keeps his secret of what brought him there. He seems to run into Annie. Lou had come and is staying with her pen pal Annie. Lou is embracing the Amish and their ways. Will Lou be back or will she leave. ( )
  Lindz2012 | Jul 31, 2018 |
#2 in Annie's People series, excellent. ( )
  JeanetteSkwor | Jan 25, 2018 |
All the books in this series are great. They are a continuing of a story, but can easily be read apart from each other. Great series, wonderful stories. ( )
  Barbara31542 | Apr 17, 2014 |
Wonderful series! ( )
  GrannyNanny | Sep 18, 2012 |
A good middle book of a three book series. A lot of it is centered on the visit of Englisher L ouisa (Lou;) Annie's pen pal since childhood. Lou takes up with an Amish guy at the same time Annie falls for an Englisher from Kentucky. There is also the story of Zeke and Esther and the mystery of his brother's disappearance (in childhood) and the bones found that are probably his. ( )
  eliorajoy | May 30, 2011 |
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