This is a stand-alone book.
A little competition can be fun; too much can cause friction.
When matchmaker, Sadie Beiler, promises to sell the same pair of matched ponies to Hannah Bontrager and Eli Yoder, her only suggestion is for them to settle the discrepancy of ownership by competing for them. Can she convince them the only way to keep the ponies together is to work together, or will they resist her efforts and each other?
This is a sweet clean Amish romance about putting others before yourself, forgiveness, true love, and faith.