Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. The books must be read in order. Book 2 of Abram's Daughters. Is the Ebersol family tapestry unraveling too quickly, too permanently, to be repaired? But, all of the author's books have been good ones. But when tragedy befalls the Ebersols, Leah must make a difficult choice. Making Jonas question if Leah is cheating on him with Smithy Gid. Beverly Lewis is an excellent author who has taught me nearly everything I know about the Amish people, religion, and customs.
Soon she found herself daydreaming about her wedding, thinking ahead to which sisters she might ask to be in her bridal party and whom she and Mamma would ask to be their kitchen helpers. I'm sure we'll learn more of them as the series continues. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Leah is heartbroken and confused by the turn of events as Sadie also intercepts Jonas' letters and Leah is left in the dark about why Jonas has given up on their relationship. The Ebersol family is old-fashioned and very religious. It grabs you immediately and continues to pull you in until, by the end, you are just heartbroken with Leah. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
There will be no wedding. I was ready to throw this book at one point because I didn't like the way the story was going and how Leah was betrayed. This book was slightly better than the first, in that while the characters are still true to form and the writing is good, some of th Title: The Betrayal Author: Beverly Lewis Genre: General Fiction, Romance Rating: 4. Her acclaimed novel, The Preacher's Daughter, was a 2006 Quill Book Award finalist in the romance category. I am actually still reading the book , but it's great so far. The Betrayal is part of the Abram's Daughters series.
Leah Ebersol and her beloved Jonas Mast are separated by hundreds of miles after he accepts an apprenticeship in Ohio. They are confident their love is strong enough to survive, but more than time and distance are conspiring to keep them apart. This book was slightly better than the first, in that while the characters are still true to form and the writing is good, some of the issues in the first book are resolved, while yet more problems crop up, and we are left hanging again at the end of the book. About this Item: Bethany House Publishers. The mis-communication kind of drove me nuts though.
I liked Leah and how devout she was, and Sadie presented a wonderfully complex character. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. I feel like its leading up to poor Leah being stuck with boring Gid Peachy. Bookseller: , Ohio, United States Bethany House Publishers, 2003. Has not been a dull moment yet.
This is a great look into the Amish way of life, and although the culture is based on Christianity, this book is in no way preachy. I would recommend this book to all who are looking for a powerful, sweet story of love, acceptance, rejection, hard work and family. Jonas will return in 3 months to be baptized with Leah. Had everyone sat down and talked things through, I doubt there would be much of a story because a lot of pain could have been avoided. I liked this one because it's simply a continuation of the same story, same characters, but moving on with their lives and challenges and faith in the Amish community in Pennsylvania. You'll question your own beliefs over and over. A burden she is mostly carrying alone as the only ones even aware that Sadie had given birth is her sister, Leah, her aunt, Lizzie and the doctor who helped with the delivery.
A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The baby had died, and now Sadie is listless and depressed. In the past Leah and Sadie had been like two pole beans on a vine, growing up under the same roof together. It is the 2sd book in a series and I plan on starting from book 1 and reading them through in order. The spine may show signs of wear.
I was engrossed in the descriptions of the land and the food of Lancaster County and truly would like to visit it some day. In Book One, The Covenant, when oldest sister A quick read for the second book of the series that ties up a couple of loose ends. The Ebersol family is old-fashioned and very religious. Now she regretted there was not even a small burial plot under the shade of ancient trees. This is a sequel to The Covenant by Beverly Lewis and was just as good as the first. Cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket if applicable is included for hard covers.
I'd hoped that those questions would be answered and I'd be satisfied. As for missing Jonas, the past months had been nearly unbearable. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. This book is a wonderful addition to the 5 part series. The table would look mighty bare with only five of them present, counting Dat, Mamma and baby, Sadie, and herself. I'm beyond bored with all the drama in the plot revolving around two people who are supposedly in love not telling each other what is going on. Once Sadie arrives in Ohio she learns of Leah's confession, her sins have been found out and the church is demanding a kneeling confession from her or she will be shunned.
They are confident that by letter and heart-felt promises, their love is strong enough to survive the temporary separation. Sometimes during the daylight hours it almost seemed as if the birth itself had never occurred, though she lived with a gnawing emptiness that threatened to choke her. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. It didn't feel like the end of a book. My brother in law and sister in law gave me the first of Abram's daughters as a gift.