A sweet Amish/Englisher romance set at a summer camp resort.
Caleb Miller takes a seasonal job as a handyman, while searching for a way to clear his brother's name. He has always been a friend of the Amish, knows their language, and has always admired their more settled pace of life. He fits right in at the lakeside, and I liked his willing attitude to help out wherever needed.
Rose is helping out her aunt and uncle for the summer, hoping to raise enough money to fund her dream. She is very efficient and a talented cook. She is hesitant to trust, and I liked her self sufficiency and independence.
This was a sweet tale of two people brought together by timing circumstance, it was predictable, and at times the pace lagged, though I did like their moments together, and how Caleb's faith grew.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.