What trouble can a couple of twin sisters get into? The answer is a lot, especially when the only thing they have in common is their appearance.
Amish girl, Emma, was raised by her grandmother and is quiet and shy, whereas the bold and confidentIsobel was raised by her mother who was estranged from the Amish community.
The twins, separated at birth, meet for the first time on their eighteenth birthday. Isobel has boy troubles and convinces Emma to secretly exchange places. Desperately wanting to please the twin she's longed to meet, Emma agrees to change places for six months.
What will happen when Isobel meets the handsome Amish boy that Emma has loved all her life?
When Emma sees that Isobel's ex-boyfriend desperately wants to win her back, how will Emma be able to keep their secret?
Now that Isobel is living as a married Amish woman, she's sorry for how she treated Emma, her twin.
When Emma asks for help in locating their father, Isobel is only too happy to help, in the hopes that their relationship can be mended.
Isobel confides in Emma her worries about her marriage. And while Emma is fond of a man, she wonders if the hurt and betrayal she experienced is something she cannot move past. She is sure all her problems will disappear as soon as they find their father. Will their father be everything they hoped?
Will Isobel ever find happiness in her hasty marriage to an Amish man? And will Emma overcome her fears to find true happiness?
The twin sisters' Amish friend, Mary Miller, has been getting along wonderfully with Caleb. After Caleb overhears Mary telling her friend that he will propose to her soon, he tells Mary they can never be married. Mary wonders if something in Caleb's past is holding him back, or whether, as her friend suggested, he would prefer a slimmer woman.
Mary had never seen her size as a problem, but thinks that must be the reason Caleb has changed his mind about her. Will Mary ever find someone who appreciates her just the way she is?
Amish widow, Lucinda, has two young children and has taken a job with an English firm hoping to get enough money to build an extension on her parents' home.
When she catches the eye of millionaire Julien Hardgreaves, a CEO from New York, he offers her a lucrative position working directly with him. Knowing that she'll be getting more money, Lucinda risks being shunned and takes the new job. Soon, Lucinda's life spirals out of control.
Julien is irritable, arrogant, and difficult to work for, but what secrets is he keeping from Lucinda that will change her opinion of him?
Lucinda would like to marry again, but will she ever find a man she can feel safe with, and trust?