Can Abby overcome the pain caused by her father and find acceptance among the Amish?
Abigail Barker is a young woman struggling to keep the family horse farm afloat in Texas. When one of her horses is injured in an accident, Mose Fisher arrives on the scene wanting to help.
As she struggles with the faith she left behind after the death of her mother, Abby finds more than love and safety with Mose and the Amish community. After time spent with Mose and his family, she knows she has to make a choice. Will Abby stay with Mose or go back to her sick father who needs her?
About the Author
Beth Shriver is the author of over a dozen books, including Annie’s Truth and Grace Given. She received a degree in social work from the University of Nebraska and was a caseworker before starting a family. She followed her passion and now writes full-time.
What People are Saying About This
“Beth Shriver draws us into a story of two worlds meeting, clashing, and blending. Through challenges and hardship Abby and Mose learn they have more in common than they might have imagined. And we reap the benefit of watching their surprising love unfold.” Trish Perry, author of The Midwife’s Legacy and Love Finds You on Christmas Morning
Hometown: Double Oak, TX