Release Date: July 2010
Page Count: 352
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Case Lot Quantity: 40
Collection/Series Name: The Miller Family Series
The Way to a Man’s Heart
Mary Ellis (A Widow’s Hope and Never Far from Home) concludes her bestselling The Miller Family series with another engaging story set in Holmes County, Ohio.
Leah Miller is living her dream come true as she invests in a newly restored diner that caters to locals rather than tourists. Can Jonah Byler convince this shy, quiet young woman that she should leave her adoring fans and cook only for him?
Leah’s sister, Emma, is trying to adapt to married life as New Order Amish along with her husband, James, who gave up his Englischer ways to make Emma his bride. Will his commitment to Emma and to God stand firm when temptations from his past come to call?
Ellis offers readers another captivating novel filled with strong characters and a loving look at how faith in God and connection with family can fill to overflowing an open, waiting heart.
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“As a non-fiction reader of the historical and biographical kind, I recommend Mary Ellis' Miller Family Series book The Way to a Man's Heart. Although fictional it is a window into the real life of the Amish community, is fast paced and gives insight to the struggles and decisions we all face—Amish and English.”
“If you can't go on a vacation this year, try reading Mary Ellis's The Way to a Man's Heart instead… a great way to unwind this summer!”
—Mary K. Johnson, Lutheran Church of Guam
“What a good story line. I was so disappointed that this is the last book in the series! What can we do to convince Mary Ellis to tell us more about this family? I want more.”
—Donna Taylor, retired school teacher
“I have read every one of Mary Ellis' books from The Miller Family Series, and The Way to a Man's Heart is no exception to Mary's superb quality of writing. Mary has a way of crafting riveting relationships between her characters. It was hard to put the book down because I couldn't wait to find out how things would work out for Leah in the end. The worst part was that when I finally got to the end, there was nothing left to read!”