A trilogy of Amish fiction from acclaimed author Laura V. Hilton:
Amish midwife Kristi Lapp and Englisch veterinarian Shane Zimmerman can't deny their strong attraction to each other. Yet their relationship seems impossible: cultural differences aside, Kristi's occupation is a stumbling block for Shane, who blames an Amish midwife for the tragic death of his young wife in childbirth. Will the two find a way to reconcile and remain together, or are their differences too divisive to resolve?
Janna Kauffman enjoys her job as a personal shopper for the homebound in her Amish community. But when Janna's niece, Meghan, comes to live with her family—part of a plan by Janna's sister to rid her daughter of her rebellious ways—Janna spends less time shopping and more time explaining Meghan's erratic behavior to local police officer Hiram "Troy" Troyer, who was raised Amish but left the faith after a fatal accident that killed his brother and also a brother of Janna's. Frequent interactions draw Janna and Troy together, rekindling an attraction they first experienced in their youth. What will become of their relationship? And will headstrong Meghan ever tame her ways?
When Katie Detweiler is hired to bake at a local bed-and-breakfast, she's thrilled. But when a "customer" reveals himself to be a private investigator and exposes a family secret, it shakes her to the core. Abram Hilty has fled the drama of Shipshewana, Indiana, for Seymour, Missouri. Uncomfortable sharing his past and afraid of the consequences, he buries his troubles deep inside. When he meets Katie, he is immediately attracted, but he is hampered by a mistake he can't undo. As their relationship progresses, Abram realizes that he must come clean about his past—even if it means distancing himself from Katie to protect her. It soon becomes clear that only the hand of God can bind them together for good.