Easy to read. Very good witer that you do not want to put the book down. I love how the writer entwines the stories of different families together a few surprises. Took me one week to read it now am into the second book. Faith,love and tradition played an inportant part in Rebecca life and the writer did a beautiful job.
Not the most skilled writer but still this was a pleasant read. A comment to the ones who said it was unbelievable for an Amish person to be obsessed with money and putting chips in their lunches. First of all they are human just like the rest of us and I can believe anyone, Amish or not, can be obesessed with money. Secondly, they do indeed eat store bought things like chips. They shop in stores that we shop in, especially Walmart and Aldi. I have shopped along side them in Minnesota. It is an old fashioned belief that they do not use store bought food at all.
Rebecca has to fulfill a promise in order tomove forward with her life. THis requires her to live her home town and go back to where she was raised as a child. Once she faces the past promise, she is able to lookforward to loving John and her marriage.