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In Newbury Acres, a young Amish woman is invited to vacation with her neighbors at the sleepy vacation town of Banthe near Lake Moreland for several weeks. Catherine loves to read Amish romance novels and daydreams of one day living such a romance. At Banthe, she makes new friends but quickly learns that some people are not what they seem and occasionally have hidden agend In Newbury Acres, a young Amish woman is invited to vacation with her neighbors at the sleepy vacation town of Banthe near Lake Moreland for several weeks. Catherine loves to read Amish romance novels and daydreams of one day living such a romance. At Banthe, she makes new friends but quickly learns that some people are not what they seem and occasionally have hidden agendas. To make matters worse, she finds herself daydreaming about Henry Tillman while thwarting the romantic advances from John Troyer. Catherine's naiveté gets her into all sorts of trouble, especially when she continues her vacation with the Tilmans at their large farm in Newbury Acres. Will the end of her vacation translate to the end of any possible romance with Henry Tilman? Or will she finally find that storybook ending that she so longed to live? Newbury Acres is both a satirical parody of Amish romance novels and the story of a young Amish girl's maturation into womanhood.


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In Newbury Acres, a young Amish woman is invited to vacation with her neighbors at the sleepy vacation town of Banthe near Lake Moreland for several weeks. Catherine loves to read Amish romance novels and daydreams of one day living such a romance. At Banthe, she makes new friends but quickly learns that some people are not what they seem and occasionally have hidden agend In Newbury Acres, a young Amish woman is invited to vacation with her neighbors at the sleepy vacation town of Banthe near Lake Moreland for several weeks. Catherine loves to read Amish romance novels and daydreams of one day living such a romance. At Banthe, she makes new friends but quickly learns that some people are not what they seem and occasionally have hidden agendas. To make matters worse, she finds herself daydreaming about Henry Tillman while thwarting the romantic advances from John Troyer. Catherine's naiveté gets her into all sorts of trouble, especially when she continues her vacation with the Tilmans at their large farm in Newbury Acres. Will the end of her vacation translate to the end of any possible romance with Henry Tilman? Or will she finally find that storybook ending that she so longed to live? Newbury Acres is both a satirical parody of Amish romance novels and the story of a young Amish girl's maturation into womanhood.

30 review for Newbury Acres: An Amish Christian Romance Novel: An Amish Romance and Love Story

  1. 5 out of 5

    melissalynnmckim

    I absolutely love Sarah price books. U will love this story. I couldn't put it down and finished in two days..Fantastic book..

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pam Pavkov

    Love is just like a romance novel Newbury Acres is an absolutely remarkable story of love from both sides of the tracks. The storyline is wonderful and really keeps the reader guessing what will happen next. Then there is the little mysteries throughout the entire story that has you wondering what was going on. The author has written an exciting story and has done a remarkable job placing her characters within it. The characters are very likeable and some are realistic but as in every story one ju Love is just like a romance novel Newbury Acres is an absolutely remarkable story of love from both sides of the tracks. The storyline is wonderful and really keeps the reader guessing what will happen next. Then there is the little mysteries throughout the entire story that has you wondering what was going on. The author has written an exciting story and has done a remarkable job placing her characters within it. The characters are very likeable and some are realistic but as in every story one just doesn't seem to fit. I loved the characters of Catherine, Ellie, Henry, and James. To me these are the characters I would love to have as friends. They were always watching out for others and we're grounded in their faith. The character of Gid Tilman just irritated me. He definitely did not display love for his family only what they could add to his wealth. These characters told a heartwarming story and I loved how it all played out showing me Henry was the ideal man that I thought he was. I did not receive a complimentary copy of this book to read and review. I was not approached to post a favorable review. I have created this book with five stars for meeting my expectations of a wonderful story that I can highly recommend to others. Congratulations to Sarah Price on once again writing a remarkable story for her readers to enjoy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Nix

    Young, Tender Romance I have read most of Sarah Prices novels, I love her style of writing, she draws you into the story line and her characters become so real to life you feel like you know them personally. Through the written words you find yourself feeling the same emotions that her characters are feeling. By reading her books I find escape from my daily humdrum life and return to a simpler time where hard honest work is still a virtue today within Amish and Mennonite communities throughout th Young, Tender Romance I have read most of Sarah Prices novels, I love her style of writing, she draws you into the story line and her characters become so real to life you feel like you know them personally. Through the written words you find yourself feeling the same emotions that her characters are feeling. By reading her books I find escape from my daily humdrum life and return to a simpler time where hard honest work is still a virtue today within Amish and Mennonite communities throughout the USA. I highly recommend you to add any and all of her novels to your library and start reading them today!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kate Vale

    Catherine Miller hopes for romantic love but finds herself attracted to a man whose own family seems to minimize that opportunity, at least in the guise of his late mother's and grumpy father's marriage. Not only that, but her older brother experiences the kind of heartache Catherine doesn't want to experience. What does this all mean for her when she is sent home--in the middle of the night--for reasons she doesn't understand? Then Henry shows up to apologize. But what he also does then sends Cat Catherine Miller hopes for romantic love but finds herself attracted to a man whose own family seems to minimize that opportunity, at least in the guise of his late mother's and grumpy father's marriage. Not only that, but her older brother experiences the kind of heartache Catherine doesn't want to experience. What does this all mean for her when she is sent home--in the middle of the night--for reasons she doesn't understand? Then Henry shows up to apologize. But what he also does then sends Catherine's heart soaring. But is it real and what will she do by way of an answer?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Thompson-Thalasinos

    Sarah Price has been rewriting Jane Austen’s books and putting the setting in Amish country. Newbury Acres is based off of Northanger Abbey. When she goes to Banthe for a two week vacation, the naive Catherine learns that not everyone has her best interests and that people can be manipulative. When her vacation is extended to the large farm Newbury Acres, Catherine is thrilled to be spending more time with the Tillman family, especially Henry Tillman. But she finds herself in a place of mystery Sarah Price has been rewriting Jane Austen’s books and putting the setting in Amish country. Newbury Acres is based off of Northanger Abbey. When she goes to Banthe for a two week vacation, the naive Catherine learns that not everyone has her best interests and that people can be manipulative. When her vacation is extended to the large farm Newbury Acres, Catherine is thrilled to be spending more time with the Tillman family, especially Henry Tillman. But she finds herself in a place of mystery where things are very different from her life at home.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Enjoyable Read! I enjoy Jane Austen and love how well Sarah translates this story into an Amish setting. This is the Amish version of Northanger Abbey. We follow Catherine on her adventure with her pure innocence and romantic heart as she learns to navigate those around her. And in true Austen style we get a very satisfactory ending.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tambra

    I love Sarah Price books, This was her best written Amish Book ever.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn J Morris

    A Very Good Read I highly recommend this book if you like excellent writing and good Christian values. I believe the author is very knowledgeable about the Amish way of life...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marietta Couch

    Newbury Acres This is such a good story of love & how it nearly didn't happen. I read this in one day. I had to know what happened. Can't wait to read the rest of what happens at Newbury Acres. This is a must read!! Newbury Acres This is such a good story of love & how it nearly didn't happen. I read this in one day. I had to know what happened. Can't wait to read the rest of what happens at Newbury Acres. This is a must read!!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Vaughn

    God's gifted writing! Like all of Sarah's writing, she is a gifted writer. I'm looking toward to future books that have yet to be revealed! Thank you Sarah!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mary Jo

    Cute.

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