First engaged, now married with a baby on the way. Emma and Noah has to face married life. All the ups and downs and challenges that comes with it. But most importantly, Noah has issues with a friend of the family who just won't go away. And now, he has to try and cope with another big issue that he just found out about, that includes someone he's very close with.
Katie Ann Stolzfus lives in the small Amish community of Canaan, Colorado. At forty she is widowed and raising her first child. But baby Jonas will never know his father, and Katie Ann wonders if her Heavenly Father hasn't forgotten about her as well. Is it really God's plan for her to be a single parent?
Eli Detweiler has come to Canaan for a wedding and a long vacation. Having raised six children following the death of his young wife, Eli is finally an empty-nester. He's enjoying the slower pace of having no one to care for but himself.
When Katie Ann and Eli meet, there is an instant connection. Yet as strong as the attraction is, they both acknowledge that a romance would never work. He is done parenting, while she has just begun.
But as their friendship slowly blossoms into feelings that are as frightening as they are intoxicating, Katie Ann and Eli question if the plans they made for themselves are in line with God's plans.
Can Katie Ann entrust her heart to another man, and rediscover the wonder of God's love?
The fourth installment of this high-octane series with a tight pack of über-alpha and heavily armed wolf shifters
Like a paper version of your funniest friend, this pocket-sized volume provides new and expectant parents an honest look at what's actually on the way, while also offering commonsense reassurance that it's going to turn out okay. Probably. Maybe. Definitely
This book throws open the personal experiences of a mother who lost her son at a prime age of 17 years. In her quest to find answers to the most difficult questions that derails most human beings at the loss of a loved one, she stumbles upon the chance to communicate with her dear departed son. And she grabs that opportunity with both hands. Throughout the book, we can find moments of anxiety and yet, in the end, we are relieved to see a mother's determined efforts bearing fruit in establishing a connection. The Q&A section of the book answers most of the questions that we have about our life and what happens thereafter, explained in a simple yet subtle way. The author hopes to provide those in desperation over the loss of a beloved one with some solace and hope with this book. Bency Zacharia is a mathematics teacher by profession. She has taught in various Indian and International schools in India, Kuwait, Dubai, Lebanon, and Turkey. She is the co-author of the book Live Like Tom (August, 2011). She lives in Dubai with her husband and daughter. Apart from teaching and writing, painting is her passion, and she likes to do oil paintings the best.
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