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Taken for English (Valley of Choice #3) ❰Read❯ ➲ Taken for English (Valley of Choice #3) Author Olivia Newport – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Annie joined the Amish church based on prayerful conviction not romantic dreams And yet she’d hoped to share her new life with Rufus But he’s obviously in no hurry Family history clearly shows it Annie joined the Amish church based on prayerful conviction not romantic dreams And yet she’d hoped to share her new life with Rufus Taken for eBook Ö But he’s obviously in no hurry Family history clearly shows it’s never been easy living a plain life in the English world Will the changes and challenges Annie now faces as a young Amish woman test her newfound faith in good ways or bad And how long will Rufus test her patience.


About the Author: Olivia Newport

HelloI’m imagining you You walk past as I water my front flowerbeds and we wave You check the time as we both stand Taken for eBook Ö in a long line at the grocery store You sit in front of me in church I’m at my table in the coffee shop and you’re at yoursWe may smile politely and move on with our separate lives Or one of us may speak a simple invitation to conversation and the words flow between usHere.



10 thoughts on “Taken for English (Valley of Choice #3)

  1. Vikki Vaught Vikki Vaught says:

    My MusingsA God ending if not a great one I wanted the end between the two alternate stories I felt that Joseph and Laura's story needed at the end Glad Leah got her happy ending Also Ruth and Elijah ☺reading 📚


  2. Rhonda Rhonda says:

    Many of us wonder if we could pull off leaving the English world and becoming Amish and Annie does exactly that She is given some grief by some folks for it as well She is in love with Rufus and wants nothing than his proposal? Will it ever happen? or has she joined the Amish to live a lonely life? She also meets a young Amish girl new to the community who seems to be in deep emotional turmoil and she wants to help Can she effect change in young Leah's life or is it a hopeless cause? I enjoyed this book very much except for the flashbacks to the 1892 community as it settled in the area It seemed to confuse me and I wasn't always sure who or what I was reading about I personally feel that it would be better as a separate novel as a preuel to the series instead of being thrown in every few chapters to the books in the sereis For that reason I rate this book 4 Stars I received a free pdf version of this book from netgalley and the publishers


  3. Kim Kim says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the series as a whole I wish there were books to come Each one had a bit of a mystery to clear up in the present day setting as well as Annie’s journeyuest to follow where she thought God was leading her and the ongoing story set in the past of her heritage as well as Rufus’ heritage These two stories sort of mirrored each other in some ways and showed how human nature is still the same there is nothing new under the sunhistory will repeat itself They were entertaining and thought provoking underlining how we can not put God in a box and each person must be true to trying to find out and follow what He is trying to call them to do I even might do a little research to look into the beliefs and practices of the Amish because they are very intriguing I find it hard to understand how they say they must forgive one another yet shun someone if they decide they must leave the Amish church after having joined I’m glad my Protestant parents did not have to shun me when I converted to Catholicism


  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    Just like the first two novels in the Valley of Choice trilogy this was a fun and rather uniue Amish novel and I really enjoyed the characters and the story I liked the amount of detail the author provides for both of the timelines that she covers in the novel However in this one novel I felt that the historical timeline was a bit of a stretch meaning that since the author still needed to conclude her contemporary story line she felt compelled to add a third historical section dealing with of theBylerBeiler family tree because she had done so in the first two novels While the strategy worked well in the first two novels and the two timelines were truly connected to each other in this novel it just didn't gel together too well It felt like two separate books this time so even though both stories were good I have dropped this novel down to three stars from the four I gave the others


  5. Caroline Caroline says:

    After devouring the first 2 books through my library over one weekend I was disappointed that the library did not carry this book So I recommended this book to be bought by the library through overdrive And I could not believe that the library got the book the very next day and this has never happened before Coincidence?? I do not think so So I had to read this immediately and I absolutely enjoyed the end of the series Though I enjoyed the 2nd one In Plain View I still found Annie's and Ruth's stories engaging Though I did not skip the historical part this time it is again not that interesting I am always restless to get to the contemporary partMy ranking of the books in this series1 In Plain View2 Accidentally Amish3 Taken for English


  6. Rosemarie Rosemarie says:

    The third book in this trilogy was a wonderful wrap up of so many story lines throughout the series As in the first two books Olivia Newport continued to share the saga of the BeilerByler family up until the 1890s Meanwhile in the present Annie tries to help a wayward Amish girl while Rufus has to take a job with the English to help finances during a down turn in his business Will Rufus ever propose to Annie? I'm not tellingGreat series by this author I enjoyed it so much I plan to read some books by her


  7. Kayla Kayla says:

    This book was sadly not uite as amazing as the first two It had an amazing ending and overall it was a good end to the story However there was an entire added storyline that felt like a waste of time and felt completely unnecessary


  8. ~*Trema Renae*~ ~*Trema Renae*~ says:

    Here is my complete review


  9. Teri Pre Teri Pre says:

    The first two were better


  10. Rachel Rachel says:

    DNF Currently to distracted to finish this series I plan to pick it back up later


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10 thoughts on “Taken for English (Valley of Choice #3)

  1. Vikki Vaught Vikki Vaught says:

    My MusingsA God ending if not a great one I wanted the end between the two alternate stories I felt that Joseph and Laura's story needed at the end Glad Leah got her happy ending Also Ruth and Elijah ☺reading 📚

  2. Rhonda Rhonda says:

    Many of us wonder if we could pull off leaving the English world and becoming Amish and Annie does exactly that She is given some grief by some folks for it as well She is in love with Rufus and wants nothing than his proposal? Will it ever happen? or has she joined the Amish to live a lonely life? She also meets a young Amish girl new to the community who seems to be in deep emotional turmoil and she wants to help Can she effect change in young Leah's life or is it a hopeless cause? I enjoyed this book very much except for the flashbacks to the 1892 community as it settled in the area It seemed to confuse me and I wasn't always sure who or what I was reading about I personally feel that it would be better as a separate novel as a preuel to the series instead of being thrown in every few chapters to the books in the sereis For that reason I rate this book 4 Stars I received a free pdf version of this book from netgalley and the publishers

  3. Kim Kim says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the series as a whole I wish there were books to come Each one had a bit of a mystery to clear up in the present day setting as well as Annie’s journeyuest to follow where she thought God was leading her and the ongoing story set in the past of her heritage as well as Rufus’ heritage These two stories sort of mirrored each other in some ways and showed how human nature is still the same there is nothing new under the sunhistory will repeat itself They were entertaining and thought provoking underlining how we can not put God in a box and each person must be true to trying to find out and follow what He is trying to call them to do I even might do a little research to look into the beliefs and practices of the Amish because they are very intriguing I find it hard to understand how they say they must forgive one another yet shun someone if they decide they must leave the Amish church after having joined I’m glad my Protestant parents did not have to shun me when I converted to Catholicism

  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    Just like the first two novels in the Valley of Choice trilogy this was a fun and rather uniue Amish novel and I really enjoyed the characters and the story I liked the amount of detail the author provides for both of the timelines that she covers in the novel However in this one novel I felt that the historical timeline was a bit of a stretch meaning that since the author still needed to conclude her contemporary story line she felt compelled to add a third historical section dealing with of theBylerBeiler family tree because she had done so in the first two novels While the strategy worked well in the first two novels and the two timelines were truly connected to each other in this novel it just didn't gel together too well It felt like two separate books this time so even though both stories were good I have dropped this novel down to three stars from the four I gave the others

  5. Caroline Caroline says:

    After devouring the first 2 books through my library over one weekend I was disappointed that the library did not carry this book So I recommended this book to be bought by the library through overdrive And I could not believe that the library got the book the very next day and this has never happened before Coincidence?? I do not think so So I had to read this immediately and I absolutely enjoyed the end of the series Though I enjoyed the 2nd one In Plain View I still found Annie's and Ruth's stories engaging Though I did not skip the historical part this time it is again not that interesting I am always restless to get to the contemporary partMy ranking of the books in this series1 In Plain View2 Accidentally Amish3 Taken for English

  6. Rosemarie Rosemarie says:

    The third book in this trilogy was a wonderful wrap up of so many story lines throughout the series As in the first two books Olivia Newport continued to share the saga of the BeilerByler family up until the 1890s Meanwhile in the present Annie tries to help a wayward Amish girl while Rufus has to take a job with the English to help finances during a down turn in his business Will Rufus ever propose to Annie? I'm not tellingGreat series by this author I enjoyed it so much I plan to read some books by her

  7. Kayla Kayla says:

    This book was sadly not uite as amazing as the first two It had an amazing ending and overall it was a good end to the story However there was an entire added storyline that felt like a waste of time and felt completely unnecessary

  8. ~*Trema Renae*~ ~*Trema Renae*~ says:

    Here is my complete review

  9. Teri Pre Teri Pre says:

    The first two were better

  10. Rachel Rachel says:

    DNF Currently to distracted to finish this series I plan to pick it back up later

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