In the second book of her Amish series set in Montana, bestselling author Kelly Irvin explores what happens when two different cultures come together in the wake of a natural disaster.
When a wildfire forces her small Amish community to abandon their Montana homes, Christine Mast makes the decision not to move with her family to her father’s childhood home in Kansas. On her own for the first time, Christine works at her uncle’s store in St. Ignatius, a small Amish community on the Flathead Indian Reservation.
There she meets Raymond Old Fox, and they form a friendship that stretches Christine’s world beyond the tight boundaries of her Amish faith. He introduces her to the rich cultural history of his ancestors and their close ties to nature. She tells him about her faith and way of life that centers so firmly around forgiveness.
While Christine’s mind is expanding through the deep conversations with Raymond, her heart is pulling her back home where her beau, Andy, tends his ailing father. She knows he’s wrestling with something of his own, but why won’t he let her in?
With her trademark wisdom and grace, Kelly Irvin delivers yet another powerful love story, exploring the different paths to home.