- Retail Price: 13.99
- Release Date: April 2014
- Page Count: 304
- Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- Binding: Trade
- ISBN: 978-0-7369-4980-4
- Case Lot Quantity: 48
A Plain Man
Bestselling author Mary Ellis offers an engaging new standalone Amish romance about a prodigal seeking to find his way home.
Though Caleb Beachy lived in the Englisch world for some years, he is a Plain man at heart. When he decides to return to the Amish lifestyle, he moves back home and goes to work for his father. Soon these two strong-willed men find themselves at odds. Caleb discovers there’s more to embracing his faith and reconnecting with the community than merely driving a horse and buggy and giving up Levis.
Josie Yoder was just a girl when he left. All grown up now, she gives Caleb hope for the future. She soothes his frayed temper and is determined to remind him that while his faith may have wavered, God never left his side. Caleb is tempted to return Josie’s feelings, but the choices he made while away are a heavy burden on his conscience. Will past mistakes end up destroying their fledgling romance? Or will she be able to break through the wall around his heart?
A Plain Man is more than just a sweet romance centered in Amish beliefs. It’s the ever-fresh story of a wounded heart finding joy, health, and healing in God’s infinite grace.
“Ellis has written a believable story that will bring on both laughter and tears. The characters are trying to find their way in the Amish world after spending some time away. The author has turned this somewhat overused plot into something new and fresh.”
—RT Book Reviews
“I loved this book.”
“A Plain Man is a delightful Amish romance…”
—The Midwest Book Review
“Mary Ellis knows romance and unique character development.”
“A good read for those who love Amish fiction—a great book altogether.”
“Mary Ellis has written a book that resonated with me in ways I never anticipated…”
“Five out of five stars for an amazing book.”
“You will be hooked from the very first page.”
“Mary Ellis writes in a style that is easily understood and well plotted out.”
—Carrie C. Wolfgang
“I would have to say, this is one of my favorite books by Mary Ellis, and is definitely on my top list of all Amish fiction.”
—Kelly Smith, amishfictionbookworm.com
“This is one of Mary Ellis’ best works yet.”