Saturday, November 23, 2013

WeWriWa -- Today's Eight from Amish Romance Bestseller Rebekah's Quilt

Hallo everyone! Thank you for stopping by! Without further ado, here is my eight-sentence snippet from my bestselling Amish Romance, Rebekah's Quilt.

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Rebekah let her eyes meander up the lean, black-clothed frame of her oldest companion. From his black shoes, up the extra-long black britches, over the dark green shirt his mother had sewn, to his face. The one that had grown so handsome over the years that it frequently appeared in her thoughts without warning. 

As an unmarried man, Joseph was still clean shaven. His constant smile readily revealed the deep dimples that made her insides turn to applesauce. “Rebekah?”

She stared into his eyes, which were as deep and blue as the lake on a summer day. Joseph gazed back in such a way that she was certain he could see all of her heart’s deepest secrets.

Here's some more about Rebekah's Quilt! 

Who can Rebekah trust when the line between English and Amish becomes blurred? 

An Amish Settlement. An English stranger. The Blizzard of 1888. 

Rebekah's mother, Elnora Stoll, is the finest quilter in all of Gasthof Village but it seems Rebekah has inherited none of her skill. It's not until the arrival of a mysterious English stranger that a lifetime of questions are answered and Rebekah, her special friend Joseph Graber, and the entire settlement of Gasthof Village learn the true meaning of what it truly means to be Amish. 


  1. I loved the descriptions in this excerpt - I could really see the character. Interesting premise to the novel...terrific snippet!

    1. Thank you Veronica I am so glad you enjoyed this tidbit of Rebekah's Quilt!! Getting into the Amish mind was so much fun for this project ... which is now going to be a series! <3

  2. Poor Rebekah...she's got it bad : ) Loved the detail and description in these eight!

    1. Thanks, Millie! Yes she has it bad for Joseph ... but it's not until later in the book that we find out the depth of his feelings for her, if there are any at all .... :-)

  3. It's been several years since I visited Amish country in Pennsylvania (as a tourist), but your compelling words really brought the images to life as if it were just yesterday.

  4. I love this description---especially the way it's filtered through her feelings! :)


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