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Series: Amish Quilting Circle, Book 17
Genre: Amish Romance
Tag: amish romance

Two newcomers are set to experience their first Christmas in Faith’s Creek. If the ladies of the quilting circle have their way, love will be the gift of the season.

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Mary Loeden is excited to have all of her sisters returning to Faith’s Creek with their husbands this holiday season. She’s also happy to have her husband’s niece joining them from Chicago while her mother has surgery.

Leia Goldstein’s mother sends her to Faith’s Creek to visit her Aunt Mary and Uncle Daniel while she has surgery. Leia isn’t interested in spending the holidays in a strange town with an Aunt and Uncle she barely knows. Life is so different in Faith’s Creek, and she doesn’t know how to handle it.

Christopher Beiler has had a difficult year. He’s lost both his parents and travels to Faith’s Creek to spend the holiday with his Uncle Bishop Beiler and his wife, Sarah. Christopher is a kind and gentle man eager to help others. He’s caught off guard when he meets Leia. She’s beautiful, and Christopher is drawn to her. He wants to help make sure she has a lovely holiday.

Leia struggles to find peace in Faith’s Creek as she feels out of place and worries greatly for her mother. There is one shining light that brings a smile to her face: Christopher. He makes her feel accepted and shares his faith with her.
Will Christopher help Leia find her own faith this holiday?

What will happen following her mother’s surgery?

Will Christopher and Leia find love only to lose it when she’s forced to return to Chicago?

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