Standing at six feet tall, Lydia was the tallest woman in her community, even towering over most of the men. She knew that was the reason she was twenty-five and unmarried, destined for a lonely life of watching her more correctly proportioned younger sisters falling in love and starting families.
When her parents suggested she stay at Aunt Stella's and look further afield for love, Lydia quickly agreed.
When she arrived at Aunt Stella's, she was surprised that Stella already had a plan in place. Weeks later, Lydia receives a written proposal from Caleb Glick. Things go dreadfully wrong when he rejects her on first meeting. Lydia wasn't surprised, since she had come to expect rejection. A chance meeting with a former Amish man instantly dulls her pain.
While Lydia starts to daydream of a future with this tall man hoping he'll return to the community, news of Caleb going back on his word reaches her father.
Does her father ruin everything by trying to put things right?
Will Lydia ever fit in and find a man who suits her?