He's Amish and she's Englisch. They're best friends, despite what local gossip may have you believe. Could the rumor mill know more than they do?
Englischer Natalie Collins looks forward to her weekly Friday night suppers at Levi and Mary Shelter's house each week. They have delicious food, wonderful conversation with Amish friends, and best of all, Levi's older brother Lucas. Natalie and Lucas are best friends, despite their drastically different backgrounds. They both love books, and he is teaching her about God in a way she can understand.
The closer the become, the more opinions everyone around them seems to have. Levi and Mary, Lucas's family, and even Natalie's mother have concerns about their relationship, even Natalie's mom has her own issues to confront. Why can't everyone realize it's possible for them to just be friends? Besides, they couldn't be together even if they wanted to be. Lucas wouldn't leave the Amish faith, and Natalie is Englisch, pursuing a degree in veterinary medicine.
When a terrifying accident happens, Natalie and Lucas must confront their true feelings and decide if they can stay true to themselves and each other.
The second novel in the Amish Journeys series explores compromises and sacrifices it takes to truly listen to love.