The Forbidden Paperback
Courtship of Nellie Fisher 2
by Beverly Lewis;
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Book two in The Courtship of Nellie Fisher continues Beverley Lewis' saga of Nellie Mae Fisher and her hopes to marry Caleb Yoder. But Nellies family embrace the New Order personal faith which threatens the traditions of the Amish Old Order strictly followed by Calebs father, who has forbidden the marriage.
The modern world with its promise of convenience, excitement and automobiles has attracted and dazzled Nellie's sister, Rhoda. Meanwhile, a couple waiting to adopt twins discover their interest in the New Order faith is causing the birth mother to have second thoughts.
The Forbidden by Beverly Lewis was published by Bethany House in June 2008 and is our 30401st best seller. The ISBN for The Forbidden is 9780764203114.
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The ForbiddenMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Continuing the story of Nellie Mae and her love for Caleb Yoder, we are taken further into the conflicts arising from a ‘Revival’ among the Amish people, splitting the communities into three factions and tearing families asunder, Nellie Mae and Caleb are caught up in the acrimony between some of the people, notably Caleb’s father and the Fisher family who have chosen to join the New Order families. Other strands of the story weave onward, some to surprising ends, some not yet resolved and we have to wait for the next volume. I thoroughly enjoy reading Beverly Lewis’s Amish novels, she writes with a knowledge of the community drawn from her own Mothers Plain family background.
If you can, read first The Parting Book One of this series.
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Details for The Forbidden
|Author / Artist||Beverly Lewis|
|Publisher||Bethany House (June 2008)|
|Number of Pages||352|
|Page last updated||25th September 2017|