J.E.B. Spredemann lives in Southern Indiana Amish Country and currently writes Christian fiction. Joanna's Struggle, in the Amish Girls Series, is the first of several books written by the author. The Amish Girls Series was primarily penned for teen girls, but has been enjoyed by readers of all ages. Lovers of the ever-popular Amish fiction genre are sure to enjoy these books as well, even though they are geared toward a younger audience. The characters in the stories will soon become endeared to your heart, especially the mischievous Jonathan Fisher. We hope and pray that our books will touch your life and be a blessing to you, as they have been to us!
Amish by Accident, written for adults, is the first book to be released via Amazon Kindle and is the eighth book penned by the author. The Amish Girls Series (Book 1) was released in late December 2012. Each subsequent book in the series will follow 1-2 months apart thereafter. Currently, an audiobook and a hard copy for Amish by Accident are also in the works due to the book's popularity. A release date will be posted when they become available. A book trailer for Amish by Accident may be viewed on Youtube.
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on July 26, 2013 :
Powerful Story of Forgiveness (4 Stars)
An Unforgivable Secret (Amish Secrets #1) by J.E.B. Spredemann
This is a powerful story of one woman’s past that has effected her whole life. Hannah Stolzfus is a sweet Amish young woman and her beau, Christian Glick, are going to get married. But before that, Christian has something important to take care of. When Hannah finds out that Christian was seeing someone else, she is heart broken and she makes a huge mistake. One that follows her for years. She forgives Christian and they marry and he has changed and loves her very much and they are having a good life. That is until everything starts to fall apart.
I really don’t want to say more about the story, because the best part of reading a good book is not knowing what is going to happen, but to discover it piece by piece yourself. To let it grab you unexpectedly and touch your heart in ways that I don’t think it can if you know it’s coming. Have tissues handy and be ready for God to touch your heart as you read this book.
I received a complimentary e-book copy of this book from the author for my honest opinion and did not receive any compensation for a favorable review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)