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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: The Rose Trilogy by Beverly Lewis #BookGiveaway

This week’s book giveaway is The Rose Trilogy by author Beverly Lewis.

I have recently moved and during that process I sifted through my overflowing bookcases.  Not that I mind being surrounded by all of those books…  Anyhow, in an attempt to make just a tad bit more room, I have decided to have a few giveaways to give some of these books new homes.

As many of you may know, I like to read series books in order and one right after the other.  In fact, there are many books on my shelves that I am just itching to read, but I don’t have all of the books in the series so those books wait patiently for me.  I don’t know if any of you are that way, but if you are, you will really like this giveaway and the upcoming ones in February.

To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their info. Good Luck and Thank You for stopping by!

The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What do you find interesting or surprising about Amish people?

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19 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The Rose Trilogy by Beverly Lewis

  1. I love the simplicity and family unity. And their handiwork is so beautiful!!!!!!

  2. I find through my reading Amish fiction, that they have many of the same problems we do. And I’m assuming the stories tend to be true life like.

  3. I find their talent for crafts and the handing down of that knowledge and training to the next generation a wonderful thing to see. It may be son or daughter or even just a family member who has the interest.. I like how family oriented they are!

  4. I find it wonderful that the Amish forgive others no matter what. They have a deep faith and always trust God no matter what. (I was touched by reading the story of the Nickel Mines Amish School Tragedy)

  5. I have read a few of Beverly Lewis’ books. I found it interesting that they didn’t really read God’s Word for themselves. I loved how Lewis had her characters learn God’s Truths for themselves!

  6. Modern America and our access to transportation often breaks families apart. Mine is so spread out and always has been. I saw my grandparents every other year. That is not enough to learn from them and to truly love them. The Amish have strong family bonds. They understand community. I envy that.

  7. What I find fascinating about the Amish; their love of community & taking care of each other, especially the elderly parents/grandparents. I wish we had half of that here in the “modern” world!

    I love Beverly Lewis, she was the author who first introduced me to Amish fiction. I’ve read a lot of her books. Thanks for the chance at this series….like you, I love series and must read all the books within it, in order, one at a time….lol! 🙂

  8. There is a lot that I find interesting about the Amish way of life. I love the sense of community and family.

  9. I am always surprised by the crafts and homemade things they do and learn at a young age. I Love the foods, jams, quilts! Amazing !

  10. I enjoy reading series also. If I do not have the complete series I request the books from our inter-loan service at our local library. Beverly Lewis was my first introduction to Amish genre books. They are my favorite to read.

  11. Love reading Beverly Lewis’s books. This would be nice to win for my wife for Valentines.

    1. I failed to answer the question. Sorry! I find it interesting that they seem to abide by whatever the Bishop says for the most part. They don’t seem to have all the undercurrent that so many of the mainline churches experience.

  12. The simplicity of the Amish and dedication to their faith has always impressed me!!

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity – I would love to read Beverly’s books!!

  13. What I find most interesting is the modern things they do allow while not having others…

  14. Hello Loraine! Reading this post, I can’t help, but think you would love the Christian fiction resources that we have available in my small town. If you’re just a little bit patient, you can get any and every book you could ever want to read. I live in a small conservative Christian town, so the second hand stores are stuffed with Christian books that are priced amazingly low. Since I have only started reading Amish fiction in the last year (I know, crazy, right?) I have been on the lookout for more reading choices.

    I can’t say for sure why it took me until this last year to start reading Amish fiction, but Leslie Gould’s book, Amish Promises, is what started my enjoyment of the genre. I was initially drawn to the romance between an Englisher veteran soldier and an Amish heroine. It was a new premise for me, but now I realize that is a familiar trope within Amish fiction.

  15. I find it interesting that they shun members of their community. It must be very difficult to not be able to talk to family members thst have been shunned.

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