When Eli's wife dies during childbirth, she makes him promise to marry Hannah with her last breath, so that her child will have a mother.
Mourning his wife's death, marriage is the last thing on Eli's mind--especially a marriage of convenience. That is, until a complete stranger comes along and threatens everything he holds dear to him.
When Rachel sets off on her rumspringa, she never thought for a second that she would make the exact mistakes she left home to avoid.
When Seth goes to visit his sister, Amber, who is Rachel's best friend and roommate, he finds himself more attracted to the English Rachel than he was to her Amish side.
Will their brief encounter in the English world change them both, or will they stay true to their Amish heritage?
Alana's biggest wish is also her biggest fear--to make a life for herself back among the Amish.
Determined to make it work despite her feelings of inadequacy and awkwardness, she vows she will do anything for the sake of being a part of Mira's life--her deceased sister's child--even if that means she must marry a man she isn't sure she wants, just to help raise her.
When Becca returns with a desperate plea for Noah to help her inherit the B&B from her grandparents, he knows the condition is that she be married first. Can she convince him to accept a marriage contract in name only, or will a dark secret spoil her plans?
When Amber, Seth's sister, returns to the community, widowed and pregnant, she's hiding more than one secret from her family. Can a promise from Elijah make everything right for her again, or will her prayers for her future and that of her unborn child go unanswered?