His accidental Amish family / Rachel J. Good.
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|Fosston Public Library||C GOO (Text)||33500013324777||New||On holds shelf||-|
|Hendrum LINK Site||C GOO (Text)||33500013324785||New||Checked out||02/25/2021|
- ISBN: 9781420150469
- ISBN: 1420150464
- Physical Description: 348 pages ; 18 cm.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Zebra Books, Kensington Publishing Corp., 
- Copyright: ©2020
"After a buggy accident when she was a teenager, Anna Flaud was told she would never walk again. Unwilling to be an object of pity, she put aside her dreams of marriage and found purpose as an assistant at a Community Care Center. Now she has a chance to fulfill her dearest wish, motherhood, and adopt three siblings with special needs. Yet the opportunity comes with a condition Anna isn't sure she can meet: finding a husband. Levi King began working at the center as penance after a careless mistake led to tragedy. Though he's dealing with his own heartbreak, he's drawn to Anna, cheering her on as she strives to regain her mobility. Her quiet determination, her generous heart, these are qualities to cherish in a wife."--Provided by publisher.
Rachel J. Good is the USA Today bestselling author of inspirational fiction including the Unexpected Amish Blessings series, the Sisters & Friends series and the Amish Popcorn Shop Mysteries. She grew up near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the setting for her Amish romances, and she frequently visits Amish friends, who help to ensure the accuracy of her novels. In addition to her Amish novels, she's written more than 40 books, including children's educational books, adult nonfiction, and fiction for children and teens under several pen names. A former teacher and children's librarian, Good completed her MA from Vermont College while raising five children and is presently completing her thesis in the Hollins University MFA program. A member of RWA, ACFW, ALA, and SCBWI, Good speaks regularly at civic events, schools, libraries, and conferences across the country. Rachel can be found online at: RachelJGood.com.
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