The first in a new Amish romance series set in Kansas, Love's Dwelling reminds us that family is more than what you are born into; it's who you choose as well.
Cassie Yoder loves her job as a housekeeper for elderly couple Job and Dinah Keim. Their only children, a son and daughter, left the Haven, Kansas, district and their faith more than twenty years earlier with no contact. Cassie feels for the Keims because her own parents' infertility struggles left her an only child in a community where big families are a blessing.
When Child Protective Services shows up on the Keims' doorstep with their five grandchildren, their quiet lives—and Cassie's—are turned upside down. Mason, the oldest grandson at twenty-two, believes his siblings should be his responsibility and struggles with giving the Keims authority.
Moving in with the Keims, Cassie jumps in with both feet and is happy for the challenge of caring for these English-raised children.
Mason and Cassie strike up an uneasy alliance that turns into friendship, and then something more, but neither dares to admit it. Can an English man and an Amish woman find common ground and a home together?