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Available copies

  • 18 of 29 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
  • 3 of 4 copies available at Scenic Regional.

Current holds

3 current holds with 29 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Scenic Regional-Hermann FIC FUL (Text) 3007484308 New Fiction Available -
Scenic Regional-Owensville FIC FUL (Text) 3007484294 New Fiction Available -
Scenic Regional-Sullivan FIC FUL (Text) 3007484286 New Fiction Checked out 12/14/2021
Scenic Regional-Wright City FIC FUL (Text) 3007484278 New Fiction Available -

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Summary, etc.:
"Neither Margaret nor Owen has any interest in getting married. But in the small Amish town of Birch Creek, where marriage is on everyone’s mind, their plans don’t stand a chance. Margaret Yoder can’t seem to catch a break. Even though she’s dedicated to her Amish faith, her wild rumspringa won’t stay in the past, and her mother keeps pressuring her to get married. To placate her mother and get away from former “friends”, she decides to return to Birch Creek to visit family—and pretend to find a husband. Like Margaret, Owen Bontrager isn’t looking for a spouse, something that’s hard to avoid in Birch Creek, where an ad for brides in the local paper has brought a swarm of single women to the thriving town. When he meets Margaret in an unexpected way, they discover they have more in common than they ever expected. In some ways, they are a perfect match. Margaret struggles to keep her goal of avoiding romance in order to focus on being a faithful member of the Amish church, and it doesn’t help that she finds Owen intriguing. Knowing they don’t have a future together; she returns home and gives in to her mother’s insistence that she get married. Can Margaret betray her feelings for Owen and become a dutiful daughter and wife to the man of her mother’s choosing? Or will Owen find a way to free Margaret of her past by giving her the future they both are surprised to find they desire?"-- Amazon
Subject: Amish > Fiction.
Amish life > Fiction.
Man-woman relationships > Fiction.
Genre: Christian fiction.
Religious fiction.
Inspirational fiction.
Romance fiction.

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