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The Amish candymaker : love is better with chocolate / a novel by Laura V. Hilton.

By: Hilton, Laura V, 1963- [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Hilton, Laura V., Amish of Mackinac County: 2.Publisher: New Kensington, PA : Whitaker House, [2019]Description: 255 pages ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781641231190; 164123119X.Subject(s): Romance fiction | Amish -- Fiction | Candy -- Fiction | Auctioneers -- Fiction | Upper Peninsula (Mich.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Christian fiction. | Love stories. | Romance fiction.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Amish candymaker.DDC classification: 813/.6 LOC classification: PS3608.I4665 | A7 2019Summary: "Agnes Zook finds herself on her own in a small Amish community in Mackinac County after a tragedy kills her family. Most of the Amish call her "off in den Kopf" (strange) since she's starting her own business and forging her own way in the community instead of relying on the bishop to take care of her. Since she's viewed as non-submissive and too-forward for an Amish woman, she's not courted by young men in the area. Isaac Mast is on the verge of leaving the Amish church. He's become a sought-after auctioneer and has a thriving business, but he feels confined by the strict rules. When his brother is severely injured in a wild fire, Isaac receives a letter from his sister-in-law, begging him to come to Mackinac County to help out while his brother is hospitalized. Isaac agrees but is unsure how to manage their young children when he has weekend auctions he's expected to attend. Agnes may be the answer to a prayer. Sparks fly when she and Isaac meet. But could their differences help them form a deeper connection to their faith ... and each other?"-- Provided by publisher.Summary: Mackinac County. After a tragedy kills Agnes Zook's family, she decides to start her own business instead of relying on the bishop to take care of her. Viewed as non-submissive and too-forward for an Amish woman, she's not courted by young men in the area. Isaac Mast has become a sought-after auctioneer, but feels confined by the strict rules of the Amish church. When his brother is severely injured in a wild fire in Mackinac County, Isaac's sister-in-law, begs him to come help out while his brother is hospitalized. Sparks fly when Agnes and Isaac meet. Could their differences help them form a deeper connection to their faith-- and each other? -- adapted from back cover
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"Agnes Zook finds herself on her own in a small Amish community in Mackinac County after a tragedy kills her family. Most of the Amish call her "off in den Kopf" (strange) since she's starting her own business and forging her own way in the community instead of relying on the bishop to take care of her. Since she's viewed as non-submissive and too-forward for an Amish woman, she's not courted by young men in the area. Isaac Mast is on the verge of leaving the Amish church. He's become a sought-after auctioneer and has a thriving business, but he feels confined by the strict rules. When his brother is severely injured in a wild fire, Isaac receives a letter from his sister-in-law, begging him to come to Mackinac County to help out while his brother is hospitalized. Isaac agrees but is unsure how to manage their young children when he has weekend auctions he's expected to attend. Agnes may be the answer to a prayer. Sparks fly when she and Isaac meet. But could their differences help them form a deeper connection to their faith ... and each other?"-- Provided by publisher.

Mackinac County. After a tragedy kills Agnes Zook's family, she decides to start her own business instead of relying on the bishop to take care of her. Viewed as non-submissive and too-forward for an Amish woman, she's not courted by young men in the area. Isaac Mast has become a sought-after auctioneer, but feels confined by the strict rules of the Amish church. When his brother is severely injured in a wild fire in Mackinac County, Isaac's sister-in-law, begs him to come help out while his brother is hospitalized. Sparks fly when Agnes and Isaac meet. Could their differences help them form a deeper connection to their faith-- and each other? -- adapted from back cover

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