Katherine Yoder is at that age where her friends are married and having babies yet she is still single and pining after Johnny Mullet. She doesn't want to marry just for the culture and their expectations; she wants to marry for love. Johnny is who she has loved since childhood however, as far as she knows, he just sees her as his sister's friend. While she goes through her days, working at a local pie shop, a possible, new suitor piques her interest. Will she give him a chance at her heart?
Johnny Mullet is at a point in his life where he wants to make it on his own, not only to prove that he can but to also feel like he is worthy of Katherine. He's come to realize that he is in love with her but until he makes a go of the horse farm that he is on a mission to get up and running, he doesn't want to let her know how he feels. There are hurdles for him to overcome and compromises he must consider and make but when Katherine becomes ill he reevaluates everything and decides the time has come to make the leap.
The book is a nice and easy read but it just seemed like a lot more could have been done with the love triangle. It was a pretty simple angle really and I just kept thinking that just because the Amish lifestyle is supposed to be simple doesn't mean the books about it have to be also. All in all it's a happy ending type of read. Katherine comes down will an illness where she ends up losing her memory and now she has 2 guys interested in her. Who will she remember and/or choose? It's pretty predictable but it's a happy go lucky type of read if that's what you are into.