Annie Bontrager loves working part-time at the fabric shop in Shipshewana, Indiana. In fact, if her parents hadn’t needed so much help on the farm, Annie would have preferred nothing more than to help other people select fabrics for their quilt patterns every day. That is, until Carolyn Miller strolls in, eager to choose fabric for her very own wedding quilt. Annie hadn’t even known Carolyn was courting anyone, never mind getting married. And when she finds out through the Amish grapevine, that Carolyn’s betrothed to Adam Troyer, she can’t believe such an odd match is even possible.
Despite tradition, Annie has her own ideas about what type of man she would consider marrying, and it’s not a farmer. That’s for sure and certain. But, despite her firm conviction to follow her head, her heart tells her otherwise when she meets Gideon Byler.
Is it possible that her determination, to stand firm on her convictions, will get in the way of true love?