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Confession (Heritage Lancaster V2) [Paperback]

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The Dramatic Sequel to the Bestseller The Shunning! Katie Lapp, a young Amish woman who questioned the strictrules of her upbringing and even her own identity, has been shunned from her Amish community. Katie now known as Katherine Mayfield sets out to find her birth mother¿and a life¿she has never known. Her birth mother is seriously ill and Katie must struggle to find her¿and prove her own identity¿before it's too late. But in the world of electric lights, telephones, and "fancy" things, Katie stumbles into a web of greed and betrayal where the garb of the Amish is misused to disguise an evil conspiracy. Meanwhile, unknown to Katherine, her long-lost love, Daniel, has returned to the Amish community to find her. Can they ever be together again? Find out in The Confession.

Item Specifications...

Pages   288
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.9" Width: 5.5" Height: 1"
Weight:   0.53 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Sep 30, 1997
Publisher   Baker Publishing Group
ISBN  1556618670  
EAN  9781556618673  

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Good, Clean Fun  Feb 28, 2008
An enjoyable sequal to "The Shunning." Another fascinating glimpse into the world of the Amish and the grace of God.
Highly emotional sequel following the Shunning.  Aug 26, 2007
This book picks up right where the other one, (The Shunning), left off. Katie Lapp has been treated very harshly with the shunning for enjoying her music and playing the guitar in secret. The shunning was also for Katie deciding right in the middle of her wedding ceremony, that she didn't want to marry the bishop, John Bieler. This book is also starting with Katie's anger directed at her parents for not telling her the story of her birth, and the woman who gave her up. In this book, Katie will leave the home she has known her whole life on her quest to find this surrogate mother she never knew.

Katie's Mennonite cousin Lydia, helps her with the search, and manages to locate Laura Bennett. She later phones there and talks to Dylan Bennett, Laura's husband. He refuses to let Katie speak with Laura, but promises to give her the message, which of course he doesn't. He is a very hateful man, and cannot wait for Laura's death, as she is terminally ill from advanced MS, so he can inherit the whole estate there which is huge. He's always known how much Laura wanted to find her birth child, and in so doing, finds another girl to play the role of Laura's lost child, making Laura think this Katie is the real one. So the girl is hired by the wealthy family, and faking the whole time. Katie knows she must do something, so she calls home to get hold of the satin dress for proof of her identity.

When Katie finds her way in, finally through answering their ad for more maid help, she gets hired on there. She finds this other girl acting as Katherine, and it takes quite awhile before she finally gets to identify with Laura. Once the lies are uncovered, it is almost too late, and Laura is close to death before she discovers the truth.
Good continuation of first book  May 18, 2007
This book is the 2nd of the Trilogy, continuing the story started in the Shunning. Though I found both quick, easy reads, I found the first to be a bit too predictable. This one, too, is predictable (I guess MOST books are, in the end) but I had a little more fun getting there. Yes, we could be pretty sure that Katie/Katherine was going to reunite with her birth mother at some point, and 'inherit the farm' but would her stepfather welcome her? Would the servants accept her. Will she reunite with the Amish community? What about her amish family (I'm hoping some of those questions get answered in book 3). This is a good story and an easy, entertaining read.
5 Stars  Jan 19, 2007
Don't we all like to see what a confession there is to be made?This is such a good book,right in place with her usual superb writting!I Loved it.Nadia Rehmani
This book is more of the best writing.  Jan 4, 2007
I loved this book once again Beverly Lewis has done it.

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