Lizzie Searches for Love Trilogy

By | February 4, 2017

Lizzie Searches for Love Trilogy pdfLizzie Searches for Love Trilogy synopsis: Now, bestselling Amish romance novelist, Linda Byler, has her beloved first series available in a single volume! Lizzie Searches for Love books are based on true experiences and include: Running Around (and Such), Book 1. It isn’t that Lizzie doesn’t want to stay Amish. It’s just that there is so much for her to figure out. She has a hot temper. She hates housework and dislikes babies. She loves driving fast horses. Now that Lizzie is running around, will she scare off the Amish boys with her hi-jinks manners? What will become of Lizzie? When Strawberries Bloom, Book 2. A new love and even more questions enter Lizzie Glick’s life as she becomes a schoolteacher. She loves the independence of running her own schoolroom. But at home things are in turmoil again. Her sisters have found their perfect matches, but Lizzie doesn’t know what to think about Stephen and how he might fit into her life. Big Decisions, Book 3. Everything seems to have led up to this moment in Lizzie’s life. Her curiosity, concern, and dreams have brought her to the verge of some very big decisions. Will she join the church? Will she continue teaching? Will she marry Stephen? Does she really want to get married anyway? No need to wait for the next book in Linda Byler’s series about a spirited young Amish woman! They’re all here in this attractive bind-up.

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