Little Wild Flower: Book Two

Little Wild Flower Book Two AMISH ROMANCE This is a continuation of BOOK ONE Just when Jane thought her life in the Amish community couldn t get any better tragedy strikes the Zook farm Jane suddenly feels lost in the world she

  • Title: Little Wild Flower: Book Two
  • Author: Samantha Jillian Bayarr Samantha Bayarr
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Little Wild Flower: Book Two

    AMISH ROMANCE This is a continuation of BOOK ONE Just when Jane thought her life in the Amish community couldn t get any better, tragedy strikes the Zook farm Jane suddenly feels lost in the world she created with Elijah, and flees to her home town in search of her childhood friends Will coming face to face with the pain of her childhood send her running back to theAMISH ROMANCE This is a continuation of BOOK ONE Just when Jane thought her life in the Amish community couldn t get any better, tragedy strikes the Zook farm Jane suddenly feels lost in the world she created with Elijah, and flees to her home town in search of her childhood friends Will coming face to face with the pain of her childhood send her running back to the farm, or will she cling to the life she left behind as a teenaged girl

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    1. Camille

      Little Wild Flower: Book Two by Samantha Jillian BayarrLittle Wild Flower: Book Two picks up where Little Wild Flower: Book One leaves off and continues the Little Wild Flower series.Just a heads up for anyone who hasn't yet read the first book:MINOR SPOILER ALERT!!!So, I will try to keep the spoilers to a minimum, but stop reading now if you don't want the first book spoiled!Tragedy has struck Jane's life. And now she is torn between the Amish world she has adapted to, and the Englisch world sh [...]

    2. Toni

      This is Book Two of three books on the life of Jane Reeves Zook, the "not quite Amish" woman. When I started reading Book One, I felt like I probably wouldn't read the other two. There was no adventure, no mystery, no thriller-type story. What I found instead was a book of emotion. From the emotions of a young teenaged girl from a troubled childhood, ripped from her home town by her family and moving to a farm in an Amish community. She left her friends, her hometown, her whole way of life into [...]

    3. Dani Moore

      Jane felt blessed with a wonderful husband Elijah, as they begin married life. It's all new to her because she wasn't raised Amish. She was happy to put the dark times of her childhood behind her and start new as Mrs Zook. One child, then another, as the family grows so does her confidence in her role of wife and mother. It all seems perfect. Then tragedy hits and she must face the demons of her past to move forward.Her faith sustains her as she struggles to accept what haws happened. Finally, s [...]

    4. ruth

      Little wild flower, book 2 review.I really got involved with reading the book, but got upset when Elijah was killed by the fluke fall from the barn's peak. I hope the sequel to the book will reveal a happy ending for Jane and her six children. other than that, it is good reading material.

    5. Lindsi

      Tear jerker for sure. However, a disappointment to it predecessor. Hoping the third book in the series brings better closure for the storyline.

    6. Nancy

      A nice story with a different twist from other Amish stories I' ve read. Should be on the juvenile or young readers shelves though.:

    7. Rhonda

      I loved this book especially as it deals with childhood abuse and recovery, healing, and hope. It is a beautiful romance as well.

    8. Emily

      Just like the first one, this proved to be a quick read, but the story is even more heart wrenching. This Author really has a way with pulling in the audience! I find myself using Amish words.

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