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Morning Star

By: Charlotte Hubbard
Narrated by: Amy Melissa Bentley
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When five maidels join forces to turn an abandoned barn into an Amish marketplace, the unmarried women have community in mind. But their fledgling enterprise promises to reap surprising rewards for each in turn, including the gift of unexpected love....

For Regina Miller, the new Morning Star Marketplace is a chance to share her secret work with the world - without revealing herself. Old Order Amish forbid the creation of art without purpose, but without a husband, Regina has been free to explore the joy of painting in her attic. Yet when Gabe Flaud's curiosity leads him to speculate that Regina herself is the painter, the full weight of their community's judgement falls on her shoulders.   

When Gabe stands up to defend Regina, questioning the Order's restrictions, he reveals his own guilty secret and is shunned along with her. Forced to turn to each other for companionship, the young couple must learn to balance their own needs with their deep faith...and a love that will show them all things are possible.

©2020 Charlotte Hubbard (P)2020 Tantor

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Distracting Narrator

Any time I find myself being distracted by the intonations of a narrator more than I am caught up in the story--the audiobook is a diappointment. Charlotte Hubbard has been my favorite Amish fiction writer and I am wondering why the change in narrator--the last one worked, this one just really doesn't. The narrator sounds like she is reading, has a little of the valley-girl sound, and does not excel at the male voices.

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great book!

Single Amish women running a business? Building it from the ground up? A different view of how Amish women could contribute to their community. As the women jumped the hurdles that were in their way, and with the support of their Bishop, we watch these women grow.

To tell you more would tell you how the book ends, so I don't want to do that. Just sit back and listen as the plot unfolds.

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Great Second Book

Enjoyed the character and can't wait for the next book to catch up on the characters

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An amazing beginning for the trilogy

Warm and loving. Everything an Amish romance should be. The narration is great too. Ten/ten

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wonderful good

you are now my favorite Amish author I think The shining is the best practice too

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I loved this book ad i did the othets i read by Charlotte Hubbard.Great book

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Wait for it!

This definitely takes some time to get into and the narrator is no where near as good as others who read Hubbards books, but if you get through to the middle, you’ll enjoy this one!

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Stick with it It's a great story.

a little struggle to continue in the beginning. But I came back to it and loved the characters that developed. I did have a problem with a money issue in the end. It made it seem like the Amish people were taken advantage of because a deal couldn't have been struck without the owners' agreement. I'm trying not to give away what happens in the story.