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Monday, February 13, 2012

Mailbox Monday #99


This week I received one book in the mail and it was one that I was sort of surprised to see.

I received Abby Finds Her Calling by Naomi King.  I had agreed to host a guest post by the author next month and then a copy of the book showed up a few days later.  It isn't my typical read - it is a book about the Amish and somewhat of a romance.  Here is a synopsis of the book:
The first in a warm-hearted new series featuring two Amish families and their community in Cedar Creek, Missouri. 
The Lambright family’s eldest daughter, Abby, runs her own sewing shop. There, she mends the town’s clothes and their torn relationships. But the town maidel has sworn off any suitors of her own because of her unrequited love for James Graber, who is about to marry her younger sister, Zanna… 
On the wedding day, Zanna is nowhere to be found, breaking James’ heart. Zanna has brought shame to her family, but there’s more in store for them when they discover how far she has fallen. Long-buried secrets come to light, and they test the bonds of the Cedar Creek community. Abby is at the center of it all, trying to maintain everyone’s happiness. But will she ever find her own?

I will have a guest post and giveaway for you all on March 12th, so stay tuned.

What came in your mailbox this week?


Mailbox Monday is on a monthly blog tour and is being hosted for the month of February at Metroreader.





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2 comments:

  1. I'll be here! I hope you enjoy it, I have read a few Christian fiction this year and found that I am really enjoying them more than I thought I would.

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    1. Me too - sometimes they can be unexpected finds. I really enjoy Look to the East by Maureen Lang - review to come soon.

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