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Unbreakable [Download] ➸ Unbreakable Author Nancy Mehl – Gentle and unassuming Hope Kauffman has never been one to uestion or try to make changes She uietly helps her father run Kingdom uilts and has agreed to the betrothal her father arranged for her with Gentle and unassuming Hope Kauffman has never been one to uestion or try to make changes She uietly helps her father run Kingdom uilts and has agreed to the betrothal her father arranged for her with the devout but shy Ebbie MillerDespite Hope's and other Kingdom residents' attempts to maintain the status uo changes have already begun to stir in the small Mennonite town The handsome and charismatic Jonathon Wiese is the leader of the move to reform and when one of Kingdom's own is threatened by a mysterious outsider Jonathon is one of the first to push for the town to arm itself Hope's fiance Ebbie is at the forefront of those demanding the town stay true to its traditions of nonviolenceWhen strange incidents around town result in outright attacks on several townspeople Hope can't help but uestion what she's always been taught As the town that's always stood so strong together is torn apart at the seams Hope is caught between opposing sides both represented by those she has come to care for With tensions high and lives endangered by an unknown threat Hope fears Kingdom can never survive in one piece.

About the Author: Nancy Mehl

Nancy Mehl lives in Wichita Kansas with her husband Norman and her very active puggle Watson First published in she has now authored nine books including an omnibus mystery collection Cozy in Kansas which contains three of her previously published Ivy Towers mysteries Book three in the series For Whom the Wedding Bell Tolls won the American Christian Fiction Writers Mystery Book o.

10 thoughts on “Unbreakable

  1. Kay Defreese Kay Defreese says:

    Hope is torn between two men who both love her One man she had feelings for she can't explain and she is engaged to the other Which man does she finally wind up with? The author kept me guessing until the LAST page I'm not kidding You don't know who she decides to spend the rest of her life with until the last page There's a mystery going on Hope was nearly attacked while on the road to a neighboring town in her buggy All she knows that it was a man in a red pickup truck One of the local beloved Mennonite men was murdered Their nice little town is under attack and nobody is going to feel safe until the person is caught This storyline also kept me guessing I did not even begin to guess who the bad guy was until the end I love a novel that keeps me guessing and this book fit the bill This book will be released in February 2013 with the third in the series to be released later in 2013Thanks to Netgalley and Baker Publishing Group for providing me a copy of this ebook to review

  2. Janet Janet says:

    This was the second book in the Road to Kingdom Series The main focus of this story was Hope She was engaged to one man but had developed feelings for another How did this turn outThen there was the mystery part of the book who was driving the red truck and what danger did it present to the town of Kingdom?There is also unrest in the church here with different members having different feelings on how best to protect the town We catch up with the main characters of book 1But I still feel the wrapped up in a box part with The Sophie story happened very sudden and as an afterthought

  3. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Is it just me or did the main character argue a lot? Geez Lol

  4. Nancee Nancee says:

    One road leads to the uiet Mennonite community of Kingdom where a peace loving community resides and the residents feel protected from the outside world Communities surrounding Kingdom are being victimized by hate crimes against Christians Churches have been set aflame and cars forced off the road On a return trip to Kingdom from a nearby town Hope Kauffman and her horse and buggy are forced off the road by a pickup truck Jonathon Wiese a recent member of the community rescues Hope just as the truck is heading toward her a second timeConfusion at her racing heart and the acute awareness of Jonathon’s presence cause Hope to uestion her reaction to Jonathon’s attention Hope is betrothed to her long time friend Ebbie Miller a conservative Mennonite like Hope her father and the majority of their community Her conservative ways and lifelong convictions are shaken by the openness of Jonathon’s attraction to her and her response to his actions Her faith in God keeps her internal struggles at bay even while she grapples with her conservative roots and a progressive perspectiveAdditional incidents victimizing their small community have become alarming and Jonathon and other residents take action to protect the town from further harm by keeping guard on the road leading into Kingdom Conflicts develop between conservative nonviolent members of the community and the small group who feel that resistant action should be used to protect Kingdom from future harmDual plots in this suspense filled and romantic story are fast paced yet beautifully detailed The realities of resistance and nonresistance are well defined and choosing sides in this story is not an option Both sides of both plots are humanistic and relative The spiritual uality throughout this story is strong and well utilized Nancy Mehl has a beautifully descriptive and picturesue nature with words enhancing the locale and human ualities of her characters This is a wonderful seuel to “Inescapable” but the book is also a stand alone This book has its own merits DISCLAIMER I received a PDF copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review All opinions expressed are mine and no compensation has been received for this review

  5. Vera Godley Vera Godley says:

    My thoughts Unbreakable is the second book in the Kingdom series about a small community of Mennonites One of the beliefs of Mennonite believers is that God would have them behave non violent toward those who offend or harm them That is a key issue in Unbreakable The story opens with a single lady Hope driving her horse and buggy along a deserted road and a red pickup truck runs her off the road It then turns around and is about to finish what it had begun when another truck arrives in time to save her from sure destruction She is Hope Kauffman of Kingdom and the man who has come to her rescue is Jonathan Wiese Hope was engaged to marry Ebenezer Miller or Ebbie for short but finds herself drawn toward JonathanThere is much discussion among the Mennonites regarding the on going threats to churches and individuals in the Mennonite community and how they should protect themselves from this danger or how they should react should they encounter it Jonathan is ready to take up arms and protect the community and enlists others from outside the community However Ebber who is the young Mennonite that Hope's family has plans and hopes she will marry is an Elder in the church and he is constant in his belief that the Mennonite non violent belief and policy is the way they should reactNancy Mehl has well developed characters who are completely believable The story line is intriguing enough that you don't lose interest as you read The insight into the gentle non violent Mennonites is interesting and challenging as you as an individual that is not Mennonite examines your own closely held beliefs into how you would protect those you love and just how you would reactI had already read book one in the Kingdom series but reading it is not prereuisite to understanding Unbreakable Read my review of Nancy Mehl's other book Inescapable DISCLOSURE I was provided a complimentary copy of Unbreakable by Litfuse Publicity Group on behalf of the publisher Bethany House a division of Baker Publishing Group and the author Nancy Mehl in exchange for my honest review Opinions are solely mine

  6. Rhonda Gayle Rhonda Gayle says:

    I was fortunate to have the chance to read Inescapable Book one in Road to Kingdom series and it was a wonderful book In Unbreakable we see Lizzie and Noah again as well as other characters we met and loved in book one I love the suspense of the story I was drawn into the story immediately and found myself trying to figure out who was bringing danger and evil to my dear Kingdom friends The characters must examine their own hearts and beliefs and decide if it is permissible for them to carry loaded guns with the intent to use them only in self defense Is it okay for them to carry unloaded guns as a threat to attackers or is simply doing that a compromise to their beliefs of nonviolence? I found myself looking within at my own beliefs about fighting violence with violence and comparing that to Jesus' teachings just as the Kingdom Mennonites do I highly recommend this book to readers and I am already anxiously awaiting Book Three in Road to Kingdom series as I want to know what happens next for Hope Lizzie Jonathan Noah and Ebbie

  7. Erin Erin says:

    I loved finding myself back in Kingdom and the Mennonite community thereWe met Hope in the first book in this series and I was pleased to find this book dedicated to her and her story Of course I was also pleased to see that Lizzie and her new little family were in it as well I always love getting to learn and find out how life is going for the characters of the previous booksHope is the wonderful devoted daughter and all around what you'd expect typical Old Order Mennonite girl She's loving and helpful and doesn't rock the boat She is also engaged to a wonderful man whom she loves So why does she have feelings for the newcomer? When Hope is run off the road by red truck things start to escalate uickly and her life spins out of control Ebbie tells her they need a break and he's breaking their engagement Bad things continue to happen to good people and an older man is killedFires have been breaking out in area churches and the community fears for their church next It also seems that whoever is behind it all has a special interest in HopeCan Hope figure out which man she really loves before she loses them both? Who will be the next victim of this firebug? And where can they turn for help? Who can decide what trusting God truly means? Should they fight or simply pray?Great second book in the series and definitely one I recommend Grab your copy and get to reading

  8. Mom Mom says:

    Interesting two sides of the story Part of the Amish people believed that they just needed to trust in God and he would protect them from whomever was doing them harm Then there were a few that thought you had to put forth some effort to protect yourself They believed in carrying guns even though they were not loaded But hopefully by doing just that it would persuade people to not do harm to Kingdom In the end when it came to a head and both sides were in danger it was the sheriff who ended up shooting Tom so that he did not kill Hope Ebbie or Jonathan But Hope saw how Ebbie stood his ground with only God to protect him and that swayed her to want to marry him instead of Jonathan

  9. Ellen White Ellen White says:

    This second book has several themes the main one is Hope Churches are being bomb is it just against religion and why Hope thinks Kingdom won’t be hit she was wrong when a red truck tries to do her harmFrom this encounter she meets Johnathan who is new to the area and wants to reform some of the ideas the church has Her feelings go now to two men and which will she marry The churches are hit agin and death has accrued A story of family a Dad seeing his little girl grown up and needs to make her own choices and her life

  10. Pianosue Pianosue says:

    Hope Kauffman has never uestioned her Mennonite upbringing She helps her father run Kingdom uilts and agreed to the betrothal with Ebbie Miller Then someone tries to run Hope off the road What is going on? Then danger comes to the town Others are run off the road and some places set on fire Will they find out who and why someone is doing this? Will this time of trial make Hope uestion her faith or draw closer to God?

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