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Building a Future

By: Amy Clipston
Narrated by: Lauren Berst
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Summary

They both had different plans for their futures . . . until their hearts led them to each other.

Michelle Lantz dreams of marrying and starting a family, and now that she’s been dating Korey for over a year, she thought it was only a matter of time before he proposed. But lately, Korey has seemed distant and is far from the attentive boyfriend she once knew. They’ve spent so much time together that she feels she can’t give up on their relationship, but she begins to question her own feelings as his seem to cool.

Tyler Bontrager is focused on expanding his father’s roofing company so he can take over one day. He throws himself into his work and thinks he’s too busy to worry about finding a wife. He and his brother Korey find themselves continually arguing: Tyler doesn’t approve of how Korey treats Michelle and Korey thinks Tyler is out to take anything that’s his. When Tyler happens to be around when Michelle needs a listening ear, he is startled to realize that he has feelings for Michelle, so he denies them because his relationship with his brother is too important.

But when there’s an accident and lives are at stake, true feelings come to the surface. Is it possible for Michelle and Tyler to put aside their feelings for the sake of their relationships with Korey, or will they find a new foundation on which to build their future?

“Amy Clipston once again entertains us with a story that reaches all the way to the heart.” —Vannetta Chapman, USA TODAY bestselling author

  • Sweet, inspirational Amish romance
  • Full-length novel (85,000 words)
  • Second book in Amy Clipston’s Amish Legacy series
    • Book 1: Foundation of Love
    • Book 2: Building a Future
    • Book 3: Breaking New Ground (coming summer 2023)
    • Book 4: The Heart’s Shelter (coming winter 2024)
  • Also by author: Foundation of Love, An Amish Singing, The Amish Marketplace series
©2022 Amy Clipston (P)2022 Zondervan

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  • Darling
  • 04-12-22

A nice book

Enjoyed the ending, was very intrigued how it would work out
Can't to read the next book

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  • Tina M
  • 28-10-22

Great story

This was a great story
and the reader did a great job also Very much enjoyed

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  • teacher on her feet
  • 06-10-22

Sweet love story

I am always interested in the Amish culture and community with their kind godly ways. I Love a Little Love story and it kind of checks you in with their daily lives and their traditions and I enjoyed this book.

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  • Cheryl Williams
  • 05-09-22

An enlightening book

The book keeps you wanting to read and not put it down. I have read both books in the series. A romance with twist and turns!

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  • Mary
  • 27-08-22

Good story

Very nice pleasant easy reading. Really did not like the character Korey. And I felt like the other characters had to tiptoe around him so he didn’t throw a tantrum. I’m hoping the next book will find him maturing.