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Waiting on Wednesday: Temptation

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Well, hello there!  It’s that time again where I spotlight another upcoming release that I am really excited about. This event is hosted by Breaking the Spine and was created to bring attention to new books. Pretty fun huh?!

I don’t know if you know this (have I ever confessed this on the blog?!) but I have a humongous interest and obsession with the Amish. Temptation by Karen Ann HopkinsI have never been to Amish country, which is probably why I have such an infatuation with the Amish, but I do have a friend with an Amish house maid (very cool!). Haha

Well the book I’m highlighting this week is called Temptation, by Karen Ann Hopkins, and guess what, it has to do with the Amish!!!

Your heart misleads you. That’s what my friends and family say. But I love Noah. And he loves me. We met and fell in love in the sleepy farming community of Meadowview, while we rode our horses together through the grassy fields and in those moments in each others arms. It should be ROSE & NOAH forever. But it won’t be. Because he’s Amish. And I’m not.

Te second I saw this book I knew I must read it! It looks so awesome and has seems to have a ton of Amishness in it! This romance is expected to be published by Harlequin on June 26, 2012. Only about a month away! Get ready! Get Amish! :p

16 thoughts on “Waiting on Wednesday: Temptation

  1. I’m not sure I’ve ever read anything about Amish people/culture, but I was into some horrible reality show that was called Amish in the City. It was like the Real World for Amish young adults on their rumspringa. And according to wikipedia there were also some non-Amish young adults thrown in the mix. Anyways, I sort of want to read this one just because it sounds like the romance novel version of that show. It feels sort of ridiculous to admit that, haha!

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