The Birdhouse

Laura Hilton
Hilton, Laura V.
Hilton, Laura

Whitaker House (publisher)

Twenty-year-old Greta Miller’s daed has been injured in a farming accident, and both Greta and her sister must work outside the home to make ends meet. Because Greta is still in her rumschpringe, her family chooses her to sell homemade jams, jellies, and baked goods at a local farmers’ market. Josh Yoder wants to court Greta, but years ago, he made the mistake of walking away from her…and the Amish. Three years later, he’s back, but Greta wants nothing to do with him. Josh struggles to fit in and rebuild relationships he destroyed. Knowing Greta’s family needs help, he steps in. When Greta admires one of his birdhouses, he gives it to her, hoping that it will open the door to more. But as their friendship begins to grow, scandal and danger pull Greta away from the Amish, leaving her rejected by those she loves and in harm’s way. Will Greta be able to return home? Or will she remain forever estranged from her beloved Amish community?

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