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Turning Home (A Tompkin's Mill Novel #1)

Janice Kay Johnson

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Description

In this tender Amish romance, an Amish man who is returning to his community and faith is drawn to a young woman who is still reeling from past wounds.

When Luke Bowman returns to the Amish faith after years of being away from home, he does so with absolute conviction. Those feelings are shaken when he meets Julia Durant, a non-Amish woman who works at his family's furniture-making business. Despite his instincts, Luke is drawn to Julia, and although Julia is still recovering from a brutal assault when she was a college student, she is drawn to Luke as well.

As Luke and Julia grow closer, and their fragile friendship grows stronger, Luke wants to be with Julia, but the reason he came home--his faith--is now the thing keeping them apart. Luke and Julia will have to decide whether their relationship can survive this divide, and whether the home Luke has made in the Amish faith is one that's fit for two.


Praise For Turning Home (A Tompkin's Mill Novel #1)

Praise for Turning Home
"Johnson has a gift for portraying emotional depth and vulnerability in just a few subtle glances and fleeting touches. . . . Sure to win readers’ hearts."--Publishers Weekly

Praise for the novels of Janice Kay Johnson
"Janice Kay Johnson wins our hearts with appealing characters."--RT Book Reviews

"Well-written characters living through complex situations that are neither glossed over nor magically solved.... A lovely romance with strong, likable characters."--Her Hands, My Hands

"Johnson writes in a way that conveys real life very well and, at the same time, makes romance seem possible for normal people in everyday places."--All About Romance

Berkley, 9780593197967, 320pp.

Publication Date: September 29, 2020



About the Author

The author of more than ninety books for children and adults, Janice Kay Johnson writes about love and family--about the way generations connect and the power our earliest experiences have on us throughout life. An eight-time finalist for the Romance Writers of America RITA award, she won a RITA in 2008 for her Superromance novel Snowbound. A former librarian, Janice raised two daughters in a small town north of Seattle, Washington.