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Publishers Weekly, 2013-06-10 In this first installment of the Inn at Eagle Hill series, Fisher (The Choice) takes readers back to familiar territory-the gently rolling farmland and quiet lives of the Pennsylvania Amish. The setting ironically frames widow Rose Shrock, who nurses a distinctly unquiet heart as she struggles to repay the debts her husband left behind after his suspicious drowning. Neighbor Galen King supports Rose's efforts to raise money by opening her home to boarders; Rose's bitter mother-in-law, not so much. The first tenant of the newly christened Inn at Eagle Hill comes seeking solace and refuge, both of which Rose is able to provide. But Rose's children have their own dramas that add color and depth to the storyline. Through each challenge, Rose's faith offers strength to the weak and inspiration to the doubting. When it's her turn to need help, will she let others bless her? Twin themes of provision and providence anchor several storylines. Though most of the conflicts wrap up too cleanly, fans will cheer at this latest offering from the popular Amish romance specialist. Agent: Joyce Hart, Hartline Literary Agency. (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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