After her best friend dies immediately after childbirth, Amy Yoder cares for little Susie like her own. When Susie's grandmother appears on the scene, ready to take over Susie's complete care, Amy tries to be gracious and bow out. But how does a person bow out of a situation like that? How can Amy give up the baby she loves like her own? How can she leave Andrew's home where she's stayed since Susie's birth?
And how can Amy put it all behind her and dedicate her heart and soul to her fiancé who's been waiting in the wings? Nothing seems right in Amy's life anymore. She struggles to come to grips with her aching heart, just as she struggles to hear God's will for her life.
One thing is certain - if she doesn't get control of her emotions, she's putting her entire future at risk.
In the tradition of the works of Beverly Lewis, Cindy Woodsmall, and Wanda Brunstetter, best-selling author Brenda Maxfield continues to bring you gripping Amish tales of love, hope, and God's miracles.