The second book in the series. Becky Eicher is excited to take over Annie's job in town. Her parents have always been just a little too overprotective of her. But now that she's working in town, she starts meeting new people, including Steven Raber, a young Mennonite man who works across the street from the quilt store. But life off the family farm teaches Becky some valuable lessons including not to make rash assumptions about people.
Becky Eicher is excited to be taking over Annie’s job at the fabric shop in Shipshewana, Indiana. In fact, she’s surprised that her parents agreed to let her have a job that is away from the family farm. But she finds it exciting to meet new people. That is until she meets Steven Raber who works at the auction house. He’s very forward and keeps stopping by to visit with her. Becky has no interest in him, especially since he is not a farmer.
But as she gets to know him, she begins to learn that first impressions are not always correct.
Is it possible that her preconceived notions were wrong?