Hannah Lapp is only seventeen when her world goes from bad to worse. While walking home from her fiances home she is accosted and the unmentionable happens. The bishop questions her and she learns that her father has come to doubt her account of the events that happen that night. After a heart shattering death Hannah flees her Amish home to search for her long lost aunt. Now Hannah must forgive her family and return to her Amish home if she is going to save her little sister. But going home is far from easy for her when she comes face to face with her former fiance and old feelings start to stir again.
This book will open your eyes to how life would be Amish. It lets you into a strange new world with hard rules and even harder consequences. I enjoyed reading about Hannah's life and the Amish customs. The story line was captivating and I couldn't wait to see what could possibly happen next. Although it was frustrating waiting to see how events ended it does not disappoint.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.