Cindy Woodsmall writes really good Amish fiction. I liked the strength of Rhoda and the other characters with the exception of Catherine, she is whiny and weak. Rhoda's relationships with Samuel and Jacob keep you wondering which one she'll end up with. It's a nice look into the Amish lifestyle which fascinates us. Samuel's young sister, Leah, is in her rumschpringe and after a party ends up in Rhoda's garden. Something happens that causes strife between their families.
Good writing, interesting characters, and a great storyline...what more could one want? 5 out of 5 stars from me.
I received a copy of this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.