When everything is falling apart, can she weave the truth together?
After Savannah Mast's fiancé leaves her one week before the wedding, she heads to California for the safety of her Amish grandmother's farm near Nappanee, Indiana, where she used to spend her summers. Savannah intends for her stay to be brief, but when an Amish woman goes into labor in the middle of a blizzard and needs Savannah's help, she finds herself surprisingly entangled in their family's drama. The woman's oldest daughter, Miriam, goes missing and Savannah's childhood friend Tommy Miller is implicated.
Jane Berger, the local historian and owner of a nearby quilt shop, informs her of a similar story of another woman's disappearance in the 1800s, inspiring Savannah to do everything she can to help with the search for Miriam. When Tommy's own cousin testifies against him, she isn't sure who she can trust. As events stir up painful memories of her mother, she must face her own truth, that her engagement isn't the only thing in her life that's broken.