Hannah Glick is working at the hotel in order to help pay for hired help at the horse farm she shares with her brother-in-law. Having been a widow for four years, she finds herself confused when she meets Trey Peterson, a widower who has lost his wife and daughter. As she struggles with her feelings, as well as her community’s reaction to relationship with Trey, she also struggles to make a proper decision for her children. Torn between marrying her brother-in-law, Josh, and remaining in the community or marrying Trey and facing a shunning, she turns to God for answers.
I enjoyed reading this book. It is one of the few Amish fiction novels I have read where the main character leaves the Amish community. It seems that most of them involve the characters returning to the group after a period of time away from it. This was a refreshing change. I would recommend this book to all who enjoy Amish fiction.
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