By Dale Cramer
In 1921, a new Ohio law forces an Amish community to drastically change its way of life--or have their children taken from them. To protect his family, his friends, and their beliefs, one man urges the community to seek religious sanctuary in Mexico.
But when the journey doesn't go as planned, three sisters wonder if what lies ahead is worse than what they left behind. With their lives--and hearts--already on the line, will Paradise Valley live up to its name?
This was such a good book! I really enjoy a book that is based on facts. Even thought the people weren’t real, it taught me a little bit about the 1920’s and how hard it was on the Amish people. This group of Amish farmers were pioneers going from Ohio to Mexico. They encountered a whole new way of life and had to learn how to look and do things differently.
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