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FREE Download on Kindle Unlimited! Against her mother’s wishes, Willa Springer takes a sewing job with an Englisch producer. She’s determined to have a more “normal” life and not let her severe headaches impede her activities. Collin guards his secret, digging himself in deeper and deeper. Not only are his lies increasing, but his affection for Willa and the Keims—his cla FREE Download on Kindle Unlimited! Against her mother’s wishes, Willa Springer takes a sewing job with an Englisch producer. She’s determined to have a more “normal” life and not let her severe headaches impede her activities. Collin guards his secret, digging himself in deeper and deeper. Not only are his lies increasing, but his affection for Willa and the Keims—his claimed grandparents—is increasing. Willa’s new job throws her and Collin together. Their connection deepens and Collin knows he can’t maintain his deception any longer. He can’t trick the people he loves the most. But telling the truth will surely mean being thrown out of the tight Amish community he has come to cherish. Yet, he’s determined to come clean. What kind of a person would he be otherwise? Is there any way Collin can fix this? Is there any way his new “family” will forgive him? And is there any way Willa can see past his lies to who he really is? “In the tradition of the works of Beverly Lewis, Cindy Woodsmall, and Wanda Brunstetter, Brenda Maxfield continues to bring you gripping Amish tales of love, hope, and God’s miracles.” Enjoy this inspirational Christian romance today!


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FREE Download on Kindle Unlimited! Against her mother’s wishes, Willa Springer takes a sewing job with an Englisch producer. She’s determined to have a more “normal” life and not let her severe headaches impede her activities. Collin guards his secret, digging himself in deeper and deeper. Not only are his lies increasing, but his affection for Willa and the Keims—his cla FREE Download on Kindle Unlimited! Against her mother’s wishes, Willa Springer takes a sewing job with an Englisch producer. She’s determined to have a more “normal” life and not let her severe headaches impede her activities. Collin guards his secret, digging himself in deeper and deeper. Not only are his lies increasing, but his affection for Willa and the Keims—his claimed grandparents—is increasing. Willa’s new job throws her and Collin together. Their connection deepens and Collin knows he can’t maintain his deception any longer. He can’t trick the people he loves the most. But telling the truth will surely mean being thrown out of the tight Amish community he has come to cherish. Yet, he’s determined to come clean. What kind of a person would he be otherwise? Is there any way Collin can fix this? Is there any way his new “family” will forgive him? And is there any way Willa can see past his lies to who he really is? “In the tradition of the works of Beverly Lewis, Cindy Woodsmall, and Wanda Brunstetter, Brenda Maxfield continues to bring you gripping Amish tales of love, hope, and God’s miracles.” Enjoy this inspirational Christian romance today!

30 review for The Sewing Job (Willa's Story Book 2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    Different This book is Book 2 of Willa's Story. It is different than any other Amish story I have read. Books should be read in order to understand story and depth of the characters. In this book Colin decided to tell Wills the truth. He promised to make it right and then return to her

  2. 5 out of 5

    gary c lehn

    Great series.............. I'm enjoying this series of stories. The author has got my interest and I'm having a hard time waiting for the next story. The young man has dug himself into a deep mess, I'm anxious to learn if he can find a way up and out.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Watters

    Good Clean Reading Was good interesting reading, liked learning about some of the Amish ways of rules ,Would recommend this book to anyone.😇

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tammy Rusidoff

    A good read The second part of this story was as good as the first. I will have to see if the third part is available. It would have been nice to make each book a little longer.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leah Theisen

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    Carolyn Seagrim

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    Vickie

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    Jeannie Medlen

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    Mariel Umstead

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    Pamela B. Bard

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    Donnalee Panos

  13. 4 out of 5

    Denise Morris

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    Kate Kolaske

  15. 4 out of 5

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    Donna Lithgow

  17. 5 out of 5

    M J

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    Susie McIntosh

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    Bonnie Jackson

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    Mary Beth Hickman

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Stevens

  22. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Sue Doyle

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    Shari Bonds

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    Sheila Shewmake

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Thomas

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    Alan Beck

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    Linda Geertsma

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ann Shea

  29. 4 out of 5

    Glennys Clothier

  30. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

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