The Amish Princess

Book #2—The Paradise Chronicles

In the great tradition of Zane Grey and Louis L'Amour, a thrilling tale of the Revolutionary War, A beautiful Indian princess, and the two Amish brothers she loves.

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Opahtuhwe, the White Deer, is the beautiful daughter of Wingenund, the most powerful chief of the Delaware tribe. She is revered by her people a true Indian princess. Everything changes when the murderous Delaware renegade known as Scar brings three Amish prisoners to the Delaware camp. Jonathan and Joshua Hershberger are twin brothers that Scar has determined to adopt and teach the Indian way. The third prisoner is Jonas Hershberger, their father, who has been made a slave because he would not defend his family. White Deer is drawn to Jonathan but his hatred of the Indians makes him push her away. Joshua’s gentle heart and steadfast refusal to abandon the Amish faith lead White Deer to a life-changing decision and rejection by her people. In the end, White Deer must choose between the ways of her people and her new-found faith. And complicating it all is her love for the man who can only hate her.

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Series: The Paradise Chronicles, Book 2
Genres: Amish Fiction, Amish Historical Fiction, Historical Fiction, Inspirational, Romance, Thriller
Tag: Recommended Books
Publisher: P&J Publishing
Publication Year: 2017
Format: Paperback
Length: 340
Illustrator: Chris Garborg
ISBN: 9780996533461

List Price: $14.99
eBook Price: $6.99
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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.