An Amish Match on Ice Mountain

An Amish Match on Ice Mountain

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Series: Ice Mountain, Book 5
Publisher: Zebra
Publication Year: 2018
ASIN: B07B79NM2H
ISBN: 9781420141276

Disgrace drove Stephen Lambert from Ice Mountain, but honor drives him back to his Amish home. After rescuing a pregnant young woman from a burning house, the rugged firefighter knows the remote Amish mountain community is the only place Ella Nichols will be safe.

 

Please Note: The Ice Mountain Series is NOT for young or teenage readers. These novels are for Adults only and Adults should know going in that this particular series was written to explore complex and difficult issues. Yet, Gott triumphs over the ways that people wrestle with the world and themselves. Thank you. Kelly M. Long
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Disgrace drove Stephen Lambert from Ice Mountain, but honor drives him back to his Amish home. After rescuing a pregnant young woman from a burning house, the rugged firefighter knows the remote Amish mountain community is the only place Ella Nichols will be safe. Abandoned by the father of her child, the brave Englischer beauty needs him like no one before. Determined to protect her, Stephen claims the unborn babe as his own—and prepares to return to the town, and the family, that once falsely accused him . . .

From the moment she is caught from peril by Stephen’s strong arms, Ella feels sheltered, nurtured. How else could she agree to sequester herself on Ice Mountain, among the Plain folk there, but for the promise of Stephen’s loving protection? But as she steps deeper into his world and discovers his haunting secrets, Ella longs to heal the heart of the man who has captured hers forever . . .

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