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Postcard (Amish of Jamesport V2) [Paperback]

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<center><b><i>An Amish girl who longs to travel...</center></i></b>
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Rachel Miller dreams of traveling beyond her Amish existence in Jamesport, Missouri. To satisfy her wanderlust, she sends letters to the people she reads about in the Budget, the Amish newspaper, and asks that they consider mailing her a simple postcard in return. Her collection of correspondence from various Amish communities isn't as exciting as traveling, but it keeps her occupied, especially when one of her communicants routinely responds. His name is David Lapp, of Seymour, Missouri, and she soon feels as if he knows her better than her own beau. Too bad she is already promised to Obadiah.
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<center><b><i>An injured young man on the mend...</center></b></i>
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Originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, David Lapp moved to Seymour, Missouri, as part of a "man swap." The transition was going fine until a serious buggy accident landed him in the hospital, where he nearly died following surgery on his broken leg. After extensive therapy, he has lingering mobility problems and is still struggling to find his place in the world. When he realizes that his spirited pen pal, Rachel Miller, lives in a community where closed buggies are used, he decides on a whim to move there, hopeful for a fresh start.
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<center><b><i>A shared desire to break from rigid tradition...</center></b></i>
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Rachel never expected to meet David Lapp in person. Even less did she anticipate his intentions&#8212;to court her. As their friendship moves from the written page to in-person encounters, they discover that the chemistry in their correspondence was real. But what will this mean for the future? Following their hearts&#8212;and God's leading&#8212;will require no small amount of sacrifice and significant life changes.

Publishers Description
Rachel Miller dreams of traveling beyond Jamesport, Missouri. To satisfy her wanderlust, she sends letters to the people she reads about in the Amish newspaper, asking them to consider mailing her a simple postcard in return. When David Lapp, an Amish young man recovering from a serious buggy accident in Seymour, Missouri, realizes that his spirited pen pal lives in a community where closed buggies are used, he decides on a whim to move there. But what will this mean for the future? Following their hearts - and God's leading - will require no small amount of sacrifice and significant life changes.

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Pages   256
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.6"
Weight:   0.45 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Apr 1, 2015
Publisher   Bethany Press International
Series  Amish Of Jamesport  
Series Number  2  
ISBN  162911359X  
ISBN13  9781629113593  


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Rachel Miller dreams of traveling beyond Jamesport, Missouri. To satisfy her wanderlust, she sends letters to the people she reads about in the Amish newspaper, asking them to consider mailing her a simple postcard in return. When David Lapp, an Amish young man recovering from a serious buggy accident in Seymour, Missouri, realizes that his spirited pen pal lives in a community where closed buggies are used, he decides on a whim to move there. But what will this mean for the future? Following their hearts - and God's leading - will require no small amount of sacrifice and significant life changes.


More About Laura V. Hilton

Laura Hilton graduated with a business degree from Ozarka Technical

College in Melbourne, Arkansas. A member of the American Christian

Fiction Writers, she is a professional book reviewer for the Christian

market, with more than a thousand reviews published on the Web.

Healing Love is the first in Laura's latest trilogy from Whitaker House.

Her first series with Whitaker was The Amish of Seymour, comprising

Patchwork Dreams, A Harvest of Hearts, and Promised to Another.

Previously, she published two novels with Treble Heart Books, Hot

Chocolate and Shadows of the Past, as well as several devotionals.

Laura V. Hilton currently resides in the state of Arkansas. Laura V. Hilton was born in 1963.

Laura V. Hilton has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Amish of Jamesport
  2. Amish of Seymour
  3. Amish of Webster County
  4. Quilts of Love


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Great modern-day Amish fiction  Mar 31, 2016
In The Postcard by Laura Hilton, Rachel Miller would love to travel, but she only sees the world through postcards mailed to her. She writes to people she reads about in the Amish newspaper, and if they are willing, she asks for a postcard in return. One of her letters went to David Lapp after he was seriously injured in a buggy accident. They have continued to correspond even though they each are in a courting relationship with someone else.

Although The Postcard is book two in a series, it could easily be read as a stand-alone story. It includes some mystery along with the romance. The characters were realistic and well developed. They also were flawed. I loved the fact that the plan of salvation was included in the story, although I did not feel the Christian aspect was overbearing. When circumstances began to make life difficult, David struggled with his decision to come to Jamesport even though he felt God had led him there. David just kept taking his struggle to the Source of the plan. I liked Josh Yoder and look forward to reading his story in book three of the series. Amish fiction is not my favorite genre, but I truly enjoyed this story. I don’t recall having read anything by Laura Hilton in the past, but I would definitely recommend her based on this book, and I plan to read more fiction from her in the future.

I received a copy of this book through The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review.
 
Choosing Holiness over Happiness  Oct 19, 2015
The Postcard is Laura V. Hilton’s 2nd novel in the series, The Amish of Jamesport. It can easily be read as a stand-alone, but definitely leads one to want to read the first and successive novels. To say that the author writes well is an understatement; this must have been a very interesting tale to plot!

Rachel Miller is a young Amish woman who has an understanding with Obadiah, an Amish man who is in Ohio to learn the trade of custom cabinet making, that they will be married when his training is complete. He has only written to her a couple times since he left Missouri and rarely calls, even though she writes regularly. They have had this understanding for quite some time, but it was not a match of romance as much as making a marriage considered good within the faith. Rachel Miller is also a young woman who writes letters to some of the folks she reads of in the Budget who have been injured or are ill to encourage them. One of those folks is David Lapp, a man in eastern Missouri. They became the very best of friends in writing, able to discuss almost anything, including that they are both promised to wed other people.

David takes it upon himself to pack up his belongings and move to Jamesport, Missouri, hoping to make a living in spite of his disability and meet this fascinating pen friend who he has fallen in love with. He met a very stunned Rachel, even more stunning when he was very open about his reason for moving to Jamesport. Oopsie. Not cool. The course of his early days there leads to threats on his life when someone in town realizes that David was involved in an accident in Lancaster, PA that took the life of a young man whose family lived in Jamesport. Also over the course of his early days there, David is convicted that his behavior was wrong toward a woman committed to marry another man and in spite of the strong pull between them, chooses to try to pray and study to be strong and wait for Rachel’s choice.

This was a compelling read with very likable characters; the author is adept at opening the novel in such a way that the reader is immediately drawn into the story and captivated throughout. The characters were likeable, and most practiced their faith in a way that could attract even the angriest heart, in time. At first I struggled to accept the behaviors of David and Rachel when acting on their attraction; I had to understand that Amish are not perfect either, and they face the same struggles and attractions that any other believer does in a similar situation. I admired David for the choices he made, even though difficult, and Rachel followed suit. Their faith in God and desire make right decisions became their guide.

I liked the Glossary of Amish Words and Phrases; it is very helpful! The plot was different from many Amish fiction novels, and included incidents that were not anticipated. It was executed flawlessly, leaving no open ends. The mystery and the story in general ended positively and was satisfying. The plot twists and turns made the novel highly intriguing as I tried to turn pages quickly yet without missing anything. I highly recommend ‘The Postcard’ to those who appreciate Amish Christian fiction; it can be enjoyed by adults of all ages.

With a grateful heart, I received a copy of this book through the “For Readers Only” group at The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
 
Excellent read  Oct 15, 2015
I found The Post Card to be very enjoyable. It shows how in life the choices we make and how they affect not only us but our families and even those outside of our circle.

Rachel longs to travel but that isn't done in her Amish home and culture so she writes to people that she reads about in the Amish newspaper, asking that they send her a simple postcard from where they live. She befriends David Lapp who has had a buggy accident and is in the hospital. When he shows up unannounced at the store where she works, she falls for him instantly but she is spoken for.

David is baptised in the Amish faith but he has started reading the Bible and has more questions about his faith than he has answers. On the sly, he and some other men start a Bible study. What will this mean for he and Rachel.

This is a book that helps a person understand the Amish faith a bit more and leads you to understand the Bible more also. I recommend it for anyone I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not paid for my positive review.
 
Warm, Amish book  Oct 14, 2015
The Postcard is the second book in The Amish of Jamesport. Normally I would not request a second book in a series unless I have read previous books. The story line in this fascinated me so I thought that I would try it. It did not disappoint me.

The main characters are Rachel Miller and David Lapp. Rachel collects postcards of places she would like to see. As she collects them she is sure she will never see any of these places. She trusted God and where He would send her and who she would send her way.

David suffered a buggy accident and ended up in the hospital. He needed surgery on his broken leg which leaves him with problems physically and as to what he can do with his life now.

This story is about a friendship that built between these two and where God wants them to be.

I enjoyed this book and would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys God-lead stories. Even if the previous book has not been read this one can stand on its own.

I was given this book by bookfun.org in exchange for my honest review.
 
Worth Reading  Oct 6, 2015
This is one of the best Amish stories I've read. It actually shows that not all Amish are true Christians. It shows that ALL need to repent and believe. The story was well written and the characters were well developed. The only thing I found awkward was the insertion of the Amish words in sentences that were not conversation. This put me off a little. The story concept was good and well executed. I highly recommend this book. As to editing, I only noticed 2 errors.
 
The Postcard  Sep 18, 2015
The Postcard is my first Laura V. Hilton book, but it certainly won’t be my last! I really enjoyed this story and look forward to continuing the Amish of Jamesport series.

Rachel Miller and David Lapp are such endearing characters. Their relationship, which develops through letters and postcards, is a pleasure to experience. Hilton does a great job of bringing the Amish community of Jamesport to life through dialogue, details, and descriptions. This unique story boasts surprising twists and turns, as well as suspense and sweet romance. I was delighted by The Postcard and am eager to read more from this talented author!

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. All thoughts expressed are my own.
 
Emotional story  Sep 14, 2015
Rachel writes letters to the people she reads about in the Amish paper. Rarely do they respond, but it gives her something to do. But an accident victim writes back and the two form a friendship. David was in a buggy accident that almost killed him. So when he's healed he makes the decision to move to Rachel's community where closed buggies are used. The bonus is that he gets to finally meet his best friend in person. He believes himself in love with Rachel. But Rachel is engaged to another man. The two need to work through their feelings about each other and about the other issues that surround them.

The book started out slow for me. The plot is emotionally driven rather than character or plot driven. This means the main drama or conflict in the story is all about the character's feelings. This is book two in the series and I didn't realize this when I grabbed the book. While there are references to the first book, I do believe it can be read as a stand-alone. The chemistry and touching between the two main characters seemed completely out of character for the Amish way of life, but then I only know what I've read, so perhaps I'm wrong. Overall, it was a nice story that dealt with forgiveness and healing.

I received this book free of charge from Book Club Network in exchange for my review.
 
Amish fiction  Sep 5, 2015
This the first book I have read by Laura Hilton. Laura is a gifted writer with real life characters dealing with real life situations and a story that draws you into the book from the start. Read this in one day.
I love to read Amish fiction books but his one caught me by surprise as it was different from any others I have read. A wonderful story.
Rachel Miller and David Lapp meet through the sending of post cards. Rachel is a caring person who sends post cards to people to encourage them. David is recovering from a terrible accident. He and Rachel correspond and David decides to move to the community of Jamesport where Rachel lives. They both seek God's will for their life and wonder if the Amish faith is the only way to worship God. An amazing story of romance, love, faith, tragedy, compassion, anger, forgiveness, how their relationship evolves and so much more. If you like Amish fiction you will want to read The Post Card.
I look forward to reading more of Laura's books.

I received a free copy of this book from bookfun.org for my honest opinion and review.
 
A Different Approach  Aug 19, 2015
"The Postcard" is the second installment of the Amish of Jamesport Series. I have not read the first book within the series and find that it may be a little helpful to have this previous knowledge. However, the reader is introduced to the characters and given enough background that I found it somewhat easy to follow the storyline.

Rachel Miller is a dreamer. She longs to travel to see other parts of the country but knows deep down her Amish roots and lifestyle tend to keep her at home. By finding Amish who are needing an ear to listen or encouragement, Rachel corresponds with them. She has quite a postcard collection. When one pen-pal comes to see her, will Rachel be torn between two men?

David Lapp has already survived one "code blue" in his life. Drawn to the find the one woman who may understand him, he sets out for Jamesport, Missouri in hopes of meeting her. But when he arrives homeless and to a less than welcoming committee, will he stay or will he move on? And when a tragedy brings everything into prospective, will anyone get out the same?

One aspect that grabbed me in this novel is that Laura Hilton took a different look into the Amish faith. She pulls the Amish faith toward the Christian way by her characters questioning if there is another way to worship God. Maybe the Amish way is not the only way. It gives one pause for thought and I found myself being pulled deeper into my own walk with God.

I did find some of the Amish terms used over and over to be a distraction. However, after the first couple of pages, I tended to overlook this. I would highly recommend this book to friends. I plan to look at more of Ms. Hilton's novels for further reading.
I received this book through bookfun.org in exchange for my honest review.
 
Love thru correspondence  Aug 13, 2015
The Postcard by Laura V. Hilton is the second in the series The Amish of Jamesport. Rachel Miller is a young Amish woman residing in Jamesport, Missouri. Although she is planning on marrying a local Amish boy, Rachel dreams of traveling to other places. In her free time, she sends encouraging postcards to people needing prayers who are mentioned in the local paper. Thru this correspondence, she strikes up a close friendship with a young Amish man, David Lapp, who has suffered a buggy accident in Seymour, Missouri. A “best friend” relationship develops through mail causing David a yearning to meet Rachel in person. When he shows up in Jamesport as the new substitute teacher, Rachel must deal with her conflicting feelings for David and her fiancé. Will their friendship develop into something more? David feels the call of the Holy Spirit in his life to preach. Will he go against his Amish faith? How will this affect his relationship with Rachel? The Postcard is a wonderful book of compassion, love, and heeding the call of God in one’s life. . I received a copy from the author and publisher of The Book Club Network in exchange for an honest review
 
Awesome addition to the series  Aug 10, 2015
About the Book:
David Lapp (from Promised to Another) survived a “code blue” when he was in a buggy/semi truck accident in Seymour, Missouri. Now after extensive therapy he has lingering mobility problems and is still struggling to find his place in the world. Lured away from Webster County by thoughts of closed buggies and a postcard friendship he’s developed with an Amish girl in Jamesport, he moves north, hoping for a fresh start. He finds work in the area tying flies and basket weaving, selling his products in the Amish markets in the Jamesport area.

Rachel Miller dreams of travel, but feels tied to her Amish life. She is being courted by Obadiah Graber, but wonders if there’s more to life. When she sees David’s name mentioned in The Budget, she strikes up a pen pal friendship with David while he’s in the hospital and in therapy, consoling him when he and his girlfriend part ways. She never dreams that David will come north and move into her community. David is still fearful in the buggy, especially in high traffic areas. Feeling he’s called by God to preach, David spends hours in the Bible, but the Amish discourage him, believing their ministers should be drawn by lot. Will David follow his call, even if it takes him out of the Amish church? Will Rachel realize her dream to travel?

My Review:
Laura Hilton is at it again when she gives us an addition to The Amish of Jamesport series. Rachel Miller is a bit of a dreamer. She feels like life is very much passing her by while she lives her mundane existence. But she comes up with a brilliant idea to keep her mind occupied, and maybe she will even be able to learn about some place new while she is at it. In her quest for a distraction she begins to correspond with others that she reads about in the local Amish newspaper. But soon she becomes attached to one person in particular. All of this while she is still being courted by Obadiah.

The author takes the Amish culture and provides a connection to the regular Christian way or household. She tries to get you to understand the Amish in a more personal way. Because of this it makes her writing very unique and extremely inviting to read. I could relate to Rachel's character because she reminded me of my daughter. We are not Amish but searching for pen pals and to eventually find lifelong friends is something she undertook as well.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Book Fun.
 
Wunderbaar!  Aug 5, 2015
I usually will not read any book Amish, but I took a risk on this one. And I am so grateful and blessed that I did. It was wonderful (wunderbaar). This isn't a typical Amish romance or even a typical Amish story.
Laura V. Hilton broke away form the norm. The Postcard brings to the heart life, love, faith, forgiveness, and about all following God's direction, no matter the cost.
Characters would irritate me, make me want to smack them across the head. Others I would cheer on or my heart would break for them. And still another I would silently plead that forgiveness would come and attitudes would change. Of course there is foreshadowing for a future story (at least I hope).
The Postcard surpasses anything written by Beth Wiseman and others. This is an excellent read. Although some might think of the spattering of German language throughout the book as a distraction, I found it to be a tool that drew me deeper and deeper into the story.
There was one prevalent theme throughout and I think it applies to everyone in every walk of life: God cannot be put into a box, ain't so?
Laura V. Hilton is an author that I will readily put on my shelf and I look forward to grabbing more of her books.


**I received this book free of charge through Bookfun.org courtesy of Whitaker House in exchange for an honest review**
 
Couldn't Put It Down!  Apr 8, 2015
Every time I pick up a Laura V. Hilton book, I tell myself, "One chapter and that's it," but it never works out that way. Her books grab my attention within the first paragraphs, and I end up being unable to put the book down until I've finished it. The Postcard is no exception to this rule. It grabbed me from the start, and sure enough, I didn't stop until I'd read the entire book.

The Postcard is unique in that David and Rachel's story began way before they ever met. This happened when David suffered a buggy accident. During his recovery time, he and Rachel began corresponding through letters and postcards. As they continued corresponding, Rachel told David about her community, including the fact that they use closed buggies. So, David, whose accident involved an open buggy, decides to move to Rachel's community in search of a fresh start and perhaps, much to Rachel's surprise, something more. And thus begins the story of David and Rachel.

I love the way the author offers just enough background on the characters to let you fill in any blanks, yet it doesn't overshadow what's happening in the present. David and Rachel's feelings for each other would seem to have developed quickly. But, in light of how long they've been communicating with each other, it's really not too soon, not rushed, and is totally understandable and believable. However, there is one problem. Both David and Rachel have their share of baggage which causes stumbling blocks in their blossoming relationship.

The Postcard is a story of redemption, forgiveness, new beginnings, faith, love, and a little humor thrown in for good measure. The author captures your attention from the first page of the book. Once you pick it up, you won't be able to put it down until you've read the entire book. The characters in the story are real people facing real issues, so much so, that the reader can easily put him/herself in their place and feel what they are feeling and experiencing. The ability to immediately grab your attention and create believable characters that make you feel what they're feeling and experiencing is the mark of a great writer, and Laura V. Hilton is just that. She is a master at hitting that mark, and she's definitely hit it with The Postcard.

*****I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions and viewpoints are my own.*****
 
Magnificent Postcard  Apr 1, 2015
Nowadays when I buy a postcard, I'm buying to keep it as a memory from a wonderful vacation. In the book, The Postcard, Rachel Miller had dreams of traveling, so writing to people from the Amish newspaper and having them send a postcard was in a way fulfilling her dream. Then David Lapp had a serious buggy accident, they became pen pals and David feels he should move to Jamesport. Does Rachel and David fall in love? Are there hindrances to overcome? The Postcard by Laura V. Hilton is a magnificent book. The author brings out so many different emotions in her characters that we really face today. I feel that I can connect with the characters in her book. I found The Postcard to be a wonderful book to read, but it's not like all other books. The author started with a storyline that has a special and different foundation and built her book from there. The Postcard is Book Two of the Amish of Jamesport series. I'm very excited to read Book Three and I highly recommend reading this book and this series.

I received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for my honest review. This review is one hundred percent my opinion.
 
This story of redemption will leave you breathless!  Mar 15, 2015
Rachel Miller enjoys writing to people as she dreams of traveling to various locations. Rachel and David Lapp have communicated through letters for many months. A disastrous open buggy accident seriously injured David, causing him a lengthy recuperation, and leaving him with a permanent leg impairment. Unknown to Rachel, David moves to Jamesport because the community uses closed buggies for transportation. His fear of traveling in an open buggy is substantial. He is fortunate to find work teaching school. The discovery that Rachel lives right across the road is just too convenient! Their attraction for one another has already been piqued through their lengthy communication. David carries dark secrets from his past and insecurity for his future, and Rachel is betrothed to another. The challenges they face makes a relationship a dangerous concept!

This is the second book in The Amish of Jamesport series, and it rivals the first installment which took my breath away! "The Postcard" is a very compelling story of forbidden love and passion, and the search for redemption. David is portrayed with depth and strength of character, and his reliance on God's will is richly documented. Rachel is a romantic dreamer, and the attraction that she and David discover for one another is tangible!

Laura V. Hilton creates characters who possess faults and insecurities, making her stories believable and palpable. The strong thread of faith and redemption throughout this book is undeniable and spiritually uplifting. By describing David with his sense of righteousness and acceptance of his responsibilities, his authenticity is unquestionable. "The Postcard" is inspirational, heart pounding, breathtaking, and the author's sensitivity is admirable! I highly recommend this book!

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I received a copy of this book from Whitaker House in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.
 

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