Leila Lantz has been in love with Jesse Glick from the day she first saw him at his father's store, but she can't make sense of his intentions. One day he wants to come courting, the next he seems to be putting distance between them.
Jesse may be the bishop's son, but his faith has been wavering of late. If he is so unsure, is it fair to give Leila false hope for a future he doubts he can provide?
Then there's Will, Jesse's cousin. He has been trying to keep his feelings for Leila a secret, but he also knows that Jesse is wrestling with his faith. Would declaring his feelings for Leila be in her best interest or simply serving his own selfish desires?
"[Irvin] makes it clear to the reader how to properly court an Amish woman." (RT Book Reviews)
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