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Calvin Fisher left the Amish community at fourteen and never looked back. Only his brother’s illness can bring him back to Hart County. Now, as Calvin works to make amends, he meets Alice, a local nursery school teacher, and falls hard for her. But he has a secret that could threaten the happiness he’s finally found.
Alice shouldn’t like—or want—Calvin. He’s English, has a questionable past, and an even more questionable job. Still, she can’t help being intrigued. Though Calvin assures Alice that he’s worthy of her, she’s torn between surrendering to her growing feelings and steering clear of him.
When a sudden surge of criminal activity alarms the community and even targets Alice, Calvin fears that his double life has put everyone he loves at risk. As for Alice, she can’t help but wonder if the brave and honorable man she’s lost her heart to is far more dangerous than she could ever imagine.
This was the fourth novel in the Amish of Hart County series. It’s a steady paced read that is full of emotion and is easy to follow. I immediately got lost in this book and stayed up way later than intended. It’s well written and the characters are well developed. I love how well the story flowed and that it stood well on its own. I have not read the previous books in this series, but didn’t feel like I was missing parts of the story either. I highly recommend this read! It’s powerful, relatable, moving, and fun to read!
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