In 1863, Elizabeth Kaufman's husband perishes in the Battle of Vicksburg. Instead of feeling sad over his death, she is relieved. She is determined to never let a man control her life again, even if it means she will never have a family of her own.
Zook joins Elizabeth's brother, Jonas in his journey home. He wants to
move the West and restart his life because his past is too painful. He
never imagined that the Amish way of life would be appealing as his grandfather left the
faith years ago. However, as Aaron spends more time with Elizabeth and
Jonas, he finds the Amish ways enticing. Aaron is stuck between moving
to the West and starting a new life with the Amish.
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