He studied the picture more closely, finding it curious that the young woman looked so boldly into the camera while wearing a white prayer Kapp shaped like a heart--the characteristic head covering for the Lancaster County Old Order Amish.
Why would a devout girl have her picture taken?
her sister Lily disappears only months after their widowed mother's
passing, Eva Esch fears she has been wooed away from the People. Yet
Lily's disappearance isn't Eva's only concern: She and her sisters must
relocate once their older brother takes over the family farmhouse. Then
Jed Stutzman, an Amish buggy maker from Ohio, shows up in Eden Valley
with a photo of a Plain young woman. Eva feels powerfully drawn to the
charming stranger--but the woman in the forbidden photograph is no
stranger at all. . . .
I am a fan of Beverly Lewis. She was one of the first authors that got me reading Amish stories. She is a talented writer and all her books are beautifully written and heartfelt.
I received a copy of this book from Bethany House for my review and this is my own opinion.