A Quilt For Jenna

Book #1—Apple Creek Dreams

Jerusha finds her God, her missing husband, and a lost little girl in the heart of the "Storm of the Century"—a story of redemption and grace.

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About the Book

Jerusha Springer has spent months making the most beautiful quilt anyone in Apple Creek, Ohio has ever seen, and she knows it is going to take first prize at the Quilt Fair in Dalton. The prize money will be her ticket out of the Amish way of life—away from the memories of Jenna, the daughter she lost a year ago and Reuben, her tormented husband, who has been missing since Jenna’s death.On the way to the fair, Jerusha gets caught in the Storm of The Century. An accident leaves her trapped in her driver’s car—and trapped by the memories of her marriage to Reuben and the loss of little Jenna. And then another littler girl enters the story and takes Jerusha’s heart captive in a way she hadn’t expected. Can this child also be the one to heal Reuben’s pain as well? A beautiful story of loss and redemption.

Patrick Craig writes with an enthusiasm and a passion that is a joy to read. He deals with romance, faith, love, loss, tragedy, and restoration with equal amounts of elegance, grace, clarity, and power. Everyone should pick up his debut novel in Amish fiction, turn off the phone and computer and TV, and settle in for a good night’s read. Craig’s book is a blessing.
– Murray Pura, author of The Wings of Morning and The Face of Heaven
Series: Apple Creek Dreams, Book 1
Genres: Amish Fiction, Amish Historical Fiction, Historical Fiction, Romance, Thriller
Tag: Recommended Books
Publisher: P&J Publishing
Publication Year: 2018
Format: Paperback
Length: 304
Illustrator: Cora Bignardi
ISBN: 9781732322417

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About the Author
Patrick E. Craig

Patrick E. Craig, a lifelong writer and musician, left a career in the music industry to concentrate on writing fiction and non-fiction books. In 2011 he signed a three-book deal with Harvest House Publishers to publish his Apple Creek Dreams series. Harlequin recently purchased the print rights for his new novel, The Amish Heiress. Patrick and his wife, Judy, make their home in Idaho. They have two married children and five grandchildren. Patrick is represented by the Steve Laube Agency.