Now that three of his brothers were married and one had a child, Jacob wanted the life they had. Even though he was one of the most eligible bachelors in his Amish community, there was one particular woman who captured his attention. She was different from the others—lively, witty, and charming; in fact, the female version of himself. It didn't matter that at times she was spoilt and volatile; a woman like that would keep him on his toes. The only problem was, whatever he did or said, she wouldn't pay him any mind.
Mary Lou knew she hadn't behaved in the best manner toward her friends, and she decided to turn over a new leaf. She put her past behind her and forgot about the men who had rejected her. There was no way she would ever allow herself to fall for another of the Fuller brothers. It was never going to happen, or was it?