An Amish husband for Tillie / Amy Lillard.

By: Lillard, Amy
Publisher: New York, NY : Zebra Books/Kensington Publishing Corp., [2020] ©2020Description: 347 p. ; 18 cmISBN: 9781420151725Report number: BR-Fall 20Subject(s): Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Amish -- Fiction | Pregnant women -- FictionGenre/Form: Religious fiction. | Romance fiction. | Love stories. | Christian fiction.Summary: Tillie Gingerich is so in love with Melvin Yoder that she agrees to leave her conservative Amish home to live with him in the English world. But when the struggle to make ends meet leads to conflict, and reveals troubling weaknesses in their relationship, Tillie returns to Pontotoc, pregnant and unmarried. Her loving family accepts her, but to convince the rest of the community, they must turn to the bishop. Distraught, Tillie runs away on Christmas Eve, only to get as far as an isolated house on the edge of town.
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Tillie Gingerich is so in love with Melvin Yoder that she agrees to leave her conservative Amish home to live with him in the English world. But when the struggle to make ends meet leads to conflict, and reveals troubling weaknesses in their relationship, Tillie returns to Pontotoc, pregnant and unmarried. Her loving family accepts her, but to convince the rest of the community, they must turn to the bishop. Distraught, Tillie runs away on Christmas Eve, only to get as far as an isolated house on the edge of town.

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