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Annie's life is deliciously full as the Christmas season approaches. She helps her husband, Samuel, attend to the community's minor medical needs. She occasionally assists Belinda, the local midwife, and most days, she finds herself delivering the buggy to her brother, Adam. Annie's sister-in-law, Leah, is due to deliver their first child before Christmas morning, and Annie is determined to finish a crib quilt before the boppli arrives. With six weeks to go, she should have no problem... but God may have a different plan. Leah is rushed to the English hospital when the infant arrives early, and Annie discovers the Christmas quilt may hold a far greater significance than she ever imagined.

©2013 Vannetta Chapman (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • Wellslj814
  • 2021-03-27

Sweet Amish story

This story was really sweet. It had a quilting theme with Amish characters and expectant mothers. One is carrying twins who decide to come early. It was a precious story about friendship, Godly principles, family & quilting.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2021-01-11

Liked

I was so happy to find the continuation of Annie and Samuel's story. The voice narration for Samuel, Adam, and the other men is not very good.

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  • Alice Johnson
  • 2020-12-15

Charming

Really enjoyed the warm descriptions and attention to descriptive details in this book and series. The details about the quilt patterns woven into the stories makes it even more meaningful!
Thank you, Author Chapman for taking us to a place with heart warming priorities and values

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  • LAURIE PATTERSON
  • 2020-12-07

Could not finish

I so thoroughly enjoyed the first story about Annie Weaver that I was excited to find another. However, I find the narrator impossible to listen to on this book. I suppose I'll be reading this one the old fashioned way.

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  • Becky Anthony
  • 2022-04-02

Loved it! Loved ALL of i! Recommend:. Yes

Easy listening and easy to follow. Loved the characters and could not wait until the birth of the babies! Well written

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  • Susi Anderson
  • 2022-02-20

Didn't enjoy the narrator

People narrating Amish stories need to research pronunciation of German words better. Also her men's voices not great.

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  • A Face From the Past
  • 2022-01-08

Second Chance - Epic Fail

I read two books by this author set in the same family this Christmas season. All I can say is that this woman needs to do a lot more research if she’s going to be writing about Amish people. Having spent much time with Amish friends, these books were so far from ringing true that it’s not funny. I also suspect that she has never been in Mifflin County. The weather was WAY off, particularly in the first book! My RN nurse friend rolled her eyes at the medical depictions. And to top off the horrors, the reader on this book seemed to think that men’s voices should be depicted by speaking tightly and nasally instead of deepening her voice, which made one of the main characters sound like a twerpie pervert. I cringed every time he spoke, and the other men weren’t much better. And it is NOT pronounced “Go-tay!” Bethany Lind should either never be allowed to read a man’s voice or should get some vocal training. This book is a definite thumbs down, and I wouldn’t recommend either the author or the reader.

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  • Roni
  • 2021-12-08

I loved the story

The story was great! But the narration when it came to reading of the mail parts left something to be desired, the men sounded like witches no male like voices which made me cringe every time

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  • Jill Johnson
  • 2021-10-30

My first REALLY NEGATIVE review

This performer is so bad that it's like one of those moments where you think someone is pulling a joke or pranking you. I had to set the speed to 1.40 just to be able to get through it. Sweet characters is the ONLY reason I decided to finish at all. I've listened to over 150 books (not all Audible) in the last 18 months. this performer is by far the worst I've ever heard! She SLOOOOWLY DRUUUUGG OUT EVERY SINGLE WORD!!! TERRIBLE!!!

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  • R. Manion
  • 2021-09-28

Good story, narration not the best

I will say, reading the author's other book about Annie does help with this book. Although, the timelines are a little off from that book to this one. There were a couple of mistakes, such as the name Trent changing to Trevor then back to Trent, and it stating Rachel moved there 2 years ago then saying 1 year ago.
The narrator has an airy voice when doing the narration parts. It's not bad, but seems a little overdone. But, her voices for many characters are not good; male or female... All in all, I probably wouldn't have kept listening to this one had i not already listened to the first one and wanted to know what happened with Annie because of the narration. BUT... I will say, it isn't the worst I've heard...
I liked the story and how the characters grew through their trials. and tying in the fruits of the spirit with their quilt.