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#Win The Protective Ones by Shelley Shepard Gray (US)


A practicing Lutheran, Shelley Shepard Gray is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than eighty novels, translated into multiple languages. In her years of researching this community, she depends on her Amish friends for gossip, advice, and cinnamon rolls. She lives in Colorado with her family and writes full time.



PRAISE FOR SHELLEY SHEPARD GRAY

The Patient One 

“A pleasing story about recovering from grief and a solid beginning for a new series.”
—Publishers Weekly

“Gray tells a beautiful story of friendship love and truth born out of pain and grief.
This story reminds us to hold those we love close.”
Rachel Hauck, New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Dress

“Gray has created an endearing cast of characters...that both delights and surprises—and kept me thinking about the story long after I turned the last page. Bravo!”
Leslie Gould, #1 bestselling and Christy Award winning author of over 30 novels

“Compelling… Once you read The Patient One,
you will be impatiently awaiting the next in the series!”
—Fresh Fiction


Capturing the beauty of the serene Amish countryside, New York Times bestselling author Shelley Shepard Gray’s THE PROTECTIVE ONE (January 21, 2020; Gallery Books) offers blissful escape from daily life in this nourishing illustration of the purity of friendship, a truly tightknit community, and the exquisite feeling of a young woman’s first romance in the Walnut Creek series’ third installment.

The rest of the Eight have always trusted Elizabeth Anne (aka E.A.) for her honest advice and guidance, but when their joyful ringleader Andy takes his own life, she’s less sure of her future than ever. That said, she’s positive that the dull neighbor and fellow Mennonite who’s been courting her simply is not a match. A spark is missing, but if not him, who?

As his friends marry and get promoted, Will wonders if he should have bigger dreams for his future, aside from being an honest Amish man. When he runs into E.A. one morning, he’s at first just grateful for her nonjudgmental ear. Yet, he soon finds himself unexpectedly tangled in her dating life, and a kiss leaves him wondering if the Lord placed her in his path for a reason.

An Englischer, Marta refuses to consign herself to a lifetime of her husband’s violent outbursts. Although she appreciates E.A.’s patient sewing lessons and reassuring company, she’s put together a plan for escape. But will her scheme be uncovered before she’s safely away?

When Marta asks her for help, E.A. embarks on a faith-led journey of friendship that’s more challenging and rewarding than she could have ever imagined. Interweaving three distinct perspectives, Gray captures the playfulness, wisdom, and beauty of Amish life. Perfect for fans of Kathleen Fuller and Beth Wiseman, THE PROTECTIVE ONE offers an inspirational tale of courage, love, and the Lord’s infinite grace.



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