70s Hippie Chick meets the Amish Boy next door! BOOK ONE: Jane Abigail Reeves is Little Wild Flower. Raised as a city girl; her father moves fifteen-year-old Jane and her entire family to a farmhouse in a rural Amish community in Indiana as a respite for her alcoholic mother. Finding farm life more complicated than city life; Jane shuns herself from family and neighbors, until she stumbles upon sixteen-year-old Elijah, the Amish boy next door. As she slowly begins to mimic her family’s acceptance of Amish living, she discovers it’s a practical solution for squelching the dysfunction of her family’s past. Set in the 1970’s, Jane’s story is full of cultural obstacles she must overcome in order to survive in the community in which she and her family reside. Can a hippie-chick like Jane find friendship with a sixteen-year-old Amish boy, despite their cultural differences? Will their feelings for each other change as they grow up? BOOK TWO: Just when Jane thought her life in the Amish community couldn’t get any better, tragedy strikes the Zook farm. Jane suddenly feels lost in the world she created with Elijah, and flees to her home town in search of her childhood friends. Will coming face-to-face with the pain of her childhood send her running back to the farm, or will she cling to the life she left behind as a teenage girl? BOOK THREE: When the new doctor turns out to be none other than Bradley, Janes childhood sweetheart, she struggles with his new affections, feeling as though she is betraying the memory of her life with Elijah, her deceased husband; the very life that caused her to blend with the Amish community. As she comes to terms with her life without Elijah, she quickly begins to reject some of the Amish traditions, yet keeps others. When she slowly lets go of the life she lost, she discovers that starting over doesnt have to be as difficult as she feared.
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