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Rosemary crossed her legs, folded her arms across her chest, and tried to focus on the bishop's final prayer as he wrapped up the worship service. Saul Petersheim was making that a difficult task. She'd made it clear to Saul that she was not interested in dating him, but the man still gave it his best shot from time to time.

~ Rooted in Love by Beth Wiseman


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  1. I haven't read any "Amish" books. I've been tempted though.

    My TT

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  2. Another Amish book! I love these; Saul needs to lay off though ha ha!

    If I Stay By: Gale Forman

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  3. Oh, I like the books and movies that reveal the conflicts within. Thanks for sharing, and here's mine: “ KATWALK”

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  4. I'm interested in the Amish, but hadn't thought of a book about them.

    Mine today is at http://wp.me/pZnGI-9M

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  5. Give the guy credit. Sometimes persistence pays off. ^_^
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  6. I hope you're enjoying Rooted in Love, Freda. I have enjoyed the Amish-themed stories I have read so far.

    Here's my TT post for this week.

    Happy reading.

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  7. Sounds like a romance with an unusual twist. The Amish connection should be interesting.
    My Teaser is from KEEPING FAITH.

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  8. Not read an Amish book in a while..sounds like that story might be cute. :)

    Stormi
    http://www.booksmoviesreviewsohmy.com/tuesday-teaser-9/

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  9. I love the cover and wonder why he has not given up'

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  10. I'm not into Amish books, but your teaser looks lovely.
    Thanks for sharing, here's mine: http://darkfrannysthoughts.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/teaser-tuesday-29.html

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  11. I like your teaser. It sounds like a good book.
    Check out my teaser.

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  12. I haven't read any of the Amish books out there, either. But some of them do seem very intriguing. Good teaser! Somehow, I never think of the Amish being able to "date."

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  13. Nice teaser. Here's mine
    http://www.lovebitesandsilk.co.uk/2014/07/teasertuesday-opening-paragraph-love-on.html

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  14. Sounds interesting to me! Here is my TT http://cleopatralovesbooks.wordpress.com/2014/07/22/teaser-tuesday-july-22/

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  15. hmm interesting that she is thinking about a guy during church! Hope you enjoy. Here is my TT http://cynthiastacey.com/2014/07/22/teaser-tuesday-july-22/

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  16. Love the cover will have to try an Amish book.

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  17. I find Amish books so interesting! I hope you're loving it!
    Trish - my teaser

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  18. I like this teaser and a very nice cover, too.

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  19. Can't blame a guy for trying now and then. Come's with the territory, annoying though it may be.

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  20. Good teaser, Freda. Makes me wonder if the situation will ever change...

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  21. liking the teaser, Freda! is it a series? EnJoy =)

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