By Al Lacy
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Jacob Hochstetler is a peace-loving Amish settler at the Pennsylvania frontier while local American warriors, goaded on by way of the hostilities of the French and Indian battle, assault his relatives one September evening in 1757. Taken captive by way of the soldiers and grieving for the family simply killed, Jacob reveals his ideals approximately love and nonresistance significantly confirmed.
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Emiline Elmwood desires of being a good girl. She longs for drama, model, towns and fancy tea events. yet as a twelve yr previous farm lady within the past due 1800's, these issues appear to be out of her achieve. in the meantime, a secret starts off to develop as she and her ally locate the ruins of a burnt condominium hidden within the wooded area.
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A Heart Divided (Battles of Destiny Series) by Al Lacy