Lydia's First Love

Lydia's First Love : An Amish Love Story

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An Inspiring Amish Love Story Guaranteed To Make You Smile! Young Lydia Byler wrestles with her self-image as the first flushes of romance come rushing into her heart through the kindness and attention of her neighbor's nephew, Jake. A tragic farming accident throws the young couple together when Jake volunteers to help the family during the crisis. But as Jake begins to express his feelings for Lydia, she is swept into a vortex of conflicting emotions about herself, her faith and her doubts about her faith and their Amish way of life. As Lydia wrestles with her growing affections for Jake, she is also confronted with deeper issues of who she is as a woman and what it means to trust God. Will Lydia discover the truth of who she is as a woman and overcome the insecurities that have haunted her because of the lies that she and others have believed about her in the past? Will her faith sustain her through the trials that she and her family must endure following the accident? The colorful warmth and support of Lydia's family adds a heartwarming depth to this love story that readers are sure to enjoy. Lydia's First Love celebrates the innocence and purity of a young couple falling in love and discovering the truth of who they are and what is truly important in life.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 146 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 10.16mm | 263.08g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507798407
  • 9781507798409
  • 2,364,253

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