For an Old Order Amish woman, being twenty-five and unmarried is bad enough. But to be shipped off to another community on a hunting trip to find a husband is downright humiliating for Mary Glick. She's too tall, too plain, too picky—at home in Blessing Creek and here in Kent County—and she despairs that she'll never find someone who'll love her and give her the life she craves.
Until she sees him. Caleb Stutzman.
They were as close as two people could be as children. But she couldn't have really known him… he'd proven that with one devastating action that she still can't forget. And yet his sweet and tender pursuit of her tempts her to hope for a future she'd almost given up on. But has he really changed? And can she trust him with her heart?