When Annie and her mother had words, her mother sent her to spend time with her grandfather. Her grandfather sent her to help the neighbors who owned a cafe that he had part interest in, never thinking that a Mennonite would fall in love with an Amish man. Annie and Aden had known each other for years, but now that they were older, the attraction began to worry both his parents and her grandfather.Annie and Aden would meet in the cherry orchard at night, and walk through the trees. Aden's twin, Roman, was disabled from a farming accident, and he expected Aden to stay with him and help him navigate life.
I really enjoyed this book, Cindy Woodsmall put a good twist in this story, and I had no idea where it was going until the very last. I kept wondering how she was going to end this story, as I could not figure out a solution to the Mennonite/Amish problem. I give this book a 5 star rating.
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