Annie's Mennonite faith and Aden's Amish faith keep them from exploring true love. Neither is allowed to date and marry outside the faith. But when Annie's life seems to fall apart, she leaves home to live with her Daadi Moses, she reconnects with Aden and finds that sometimes true love doesn't live within the boundaries of society.
I really enjoyed this story, so unlike a lot of the Amish romance novels currently hitting the market. Cindy Woodsmall captures the purity and innocence of a love denied and a couple determined to do what is best for those they care about.
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I received a complimentary copy of this book from Waterbrook Publishers for my honest review.