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The Calling

The Inn at Eagle Hill, Book 2
Narrated by: Christina Moore
Series: The Inn at Eagle Hill, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 37 mins
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Twenty-year-old Bethany Schrock is restless. Her love life has derailed, her faith hangs by a thread, and she is spending the incredibly hot summer days wading through a lifetime's accumulation of junk at the home of five ancient Amish sisters. About the only thing that holds her interest is the spirited and dangerously handsome Jimmy Fisher - and he seems bent on irritating her to no end.

When the sly old sisters and a guest at the Inn get Bethany involved in running the local soup kitchen and starting a community garden, she suddenly finds herself wondering, Shootfire! How did that happen? Despite her newfound purposefulness, a gnawing emptiness about a childhood mystery continues to plague her. Encouraged by Jimmy Fisher, she will seek out the answers she craves - and uncover a shocking secret that will break her heart, heal it, and point her to love.

Best-selling author Suzanne Woods Fisher delivers her trademark twists, turns, and tender romance in this delightful and exciting visit to the deceptively quiet community of Stoney Ridge.

©2014 Suzanne Woods Fisher (P)2014 Recorded Books

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  • WeRLoved
  • 11-03-2019

Engaging story, but a little dark.

I like Suzanne’s reading and her stories, but there’s a little too much darkness in them. Some unnecessary and twisted deaths and twisted people. I also think the bishop would be more involved in some of these situations. But where would be the story if they fixed everything? Christina Moore does an excellent job of performing the parts, but her voice is not suited for teens or kids. I don’t enjoy her narration of these stories.

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  • Sara Scofield
  • 03-01-2017

I want to go to eagle hill!

That was really all I wanted to say . it says the review is optional

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  • Angel Dych
  • 03-08-2016

awesome story and loved the reader so many things

I love this author I like her storytelling I really like the Bible that she inserted several things help to me and the person reading the story with her Expressions was just great couldn't quit listening

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  • Lavoin
  • 18-02-2016

Super!

Suzanne Woods Fisher is my favorite author and Christina Moore my favorite narrator. Can't beat the combination!!

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  • Liisa
  • 01-01-2015

A series to enjoy!

A nice read and sequel. I enjoyed how the characters developed from the fist book.

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  • Elizabeth Faye
  • 03-03-2015

Stay true to your calling

I enjoyed the older ladies who kept doing good even though old. Schizophrenia is not the bad malady the author thinks. There is so much they can do today for it and most do not end up being put away for good. Also, a husband and family should never not be told about what happens to the mother of the family. Other than that, I enjoyed it because it was different. Women often are overlooked in the ministry unless you become a nun.