Abigail Stoltzfus is not your typical Amish girl. She’s blunt, one-track minded, overly-organized, and certainly too literal for most. But there’s someone for everyone, even if Abigail doesn’t realize it … yet.
David Stoltzfus needs help. His church is crumbling, his house is in turmoil, and his relationship with Birdy Glick is strewn with difficulties. But the arrival of his mother and two nieces doesn’t exactly help the situation.
Dane Glick wants to connect the dots on his family tree. He never expects to fall in love with the person he hired to help him, or for the answers to cause so much upheaval.
Charming second book in Suzanne Woods Fisher’s series, “The Bishop’s Family.” Be sure are read “The Imposter” first, so you know the background of this story.