IN PLAIN VIEW by Olivia Newport
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She creates very human characters and places them in realistic situations, showing us that people are indeed people wherever you go.
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Annie’s quest for simplicity is about to get complicated. Nearly a year after leaving her successful but unsatisfying high-tech life, she wonders if she can truly succeed at being Amish. A lucrative job offer, a red dress, and the shadow of an Amish woman looking for a husband create a vortex that clouds Annie’s choice. Her parents seem determined to sabotage her efforts, and Rufus Beiler, an Amish carpenter who captured her heart, leaves room for doubt about their future. But when an explosion brings Annie under suspicion, can she clear her name and bring the future into plain view?



Valley of Choice Series:

Book 1 - Accidentally Amish

Book 2 - In Plain View

Book 3 - Taken for English - Available February 2014




 



 

 

About Olivia Newport

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Olivia Newport is the author of The Pursuit of Lucy Banning and The Dilemma of Charlotte Farrow. Her husband and two twentysomething children provide welcome distraction from the people stomping through her head on their way into her books. She chases joy in stunning Colorado at the foot of the Rockies, where day lilies grow as tall as she is.
 
Published June 1, 2013 by Shiloh Run Press. 370 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Maggie Boyd on Jun 06 2013

She creates very human characters and places them in realistic situations, showing us that people are indeed people wherever you go.

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