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A Mother's Love

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"[An] endearing romance . . . A comforting tale of love and forgiveness" from the beloved author of the Seasons of the Heart Amish romance series (Publishers Weekly).

For widow Rose Raber, it's been a year of tragic loss and difficult decisions. She thought providing for her young daughter was the greatest challenge she faced. Until her dying mother revealed that Rose was adopted—and her birth mother is someone with much to lose if the secret comes out. As Rose struggles to reconcile the truth with her faith—and her troubling curiosity—outgoing newcomer Matthias Wagler is another surprise she didn't expect. His optimism and easy understanding inspire her. And his prospective partnership with wealthy deacon Saul Hartzler promises a possible new life for them—together. But with this second chance comes yet another revelation for all involved.

When Saul's wife unexpectedly turns up at Rose's new job, their bond as mother and daughter is instant and unmistakable. And it isn't long before an unforgiving Saul discovers the truth, threatening Matthias's livelihood and Rose's future. Now with more than just their happiness at stake, Rose and Matthias must find the strength and courage to stand strong—and trust God's enduring miracles of motherhood, forgiveness, and love.

Praise for the writing of Charlotte Hubbard and the Seasons of the Heart series:

"Hubbard writes Amish stories with style and grace." —RT Book Reviews

"Fans of Amish fiction will love the Seasons of the Heart series." —Marta Perry, national bestselling author

"A heartwarming new voice for fans of Beverly Lewis." —Emma Miller, author of An Amish Mystery series

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Publisher: Zebra Books

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  • Release date: February 27, 2018

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  • ISBN: 9781420143133
  • File size: 12186 KB
  • Release date: February 27, 2018

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  • ISBN: 9781420143133
  • File size: 12186 KB
  • Release date: February 27, 2018

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"[An] endearing romance . . . A comforting tale of love and forgiveness" from the beloved author of the Seasons of the Heart Amish romance series (Publishers Weekly).

For widow Rose Raber, it's been a year of tragic loss and difficult decisions. She thought providing for her young daughter was the greatest challenge she faced. Until her dying mother revealed that Rose was adopted—and her birth mother is someone with much to lose if the secret comes out. As Rose struggles to reconcile the truth with her faith—and her troubling curiosity—outgoing newcomer Matthias Wagler is another surprise she didn't expect. His optimism and easy understanding inspire her. And his prospective partnership with wealthy deacon Saul Hartzler promises a possible new life for them—together. But with this second chance comes yet another revelation for all involved.

When Saul's wife unexpectedly turns up at Rose's new job, their bond as mother and daughter is instant and unmistakable. And it isn't long before an unforgiving Saul discovers the truth, threatening Matthias's livelihood and Rose's future. Now with more than just their happiness at stake, Rose and Matthias must find the strength and courage to stand strong—and trust God's enduring miracles of motherhood, forgiveness, and love.

Praise for the writing of Charlotte Hubbard and the Seasons of the Heart series:

"Hubbard writes Amish stories with style and grace." —RT Book Reviews

"Fans of Amish fiction will love the Seasons of the Heart series." —Marta Perry, national bestselling author

"A heartwarming new voice for fans of Beverly Lewis." —Emma Miller, author of An Amish Mystery series

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