Brief Synopsis: Andrea, a Philadelphia business executive, heads to the Amish country after her sister Rachel is injured in a hit-and-run accident. Her sister and grandmother are trying to open a bed and breakfast in their home, a farm that's been in the family for 200 years. At first, Andrea tries to convince her grandmother to sell, but she ends up staying to help them get the business started. Along the way, she puts her job at risk and risks her heart after meeting Cal, the handsome carpenter who's leasing an apartment in her grandmother's barn. Amid her confusing feelings for Cal and restoration of the faith from her childhood, is a mystery that threatens everyone she loves. Someone is trying to keep the bed and breakfast from opening, and it soon becomes obvious that he/she will stop at nothing to get his/her way. The Good: This is an inspirational romance, meaning that there are references to God and prayer. It's not overbearing in the least, but provides a warmth to the overall story. Also, it is an exceptionally clean romance. There are instances of holding hands, innocent embraces, and kissing, but it goes no further. This is a romance you could give to your teenage daughter. The story line was very enjoyable. I enjoyed the mystery. It kept me guessing until the end. Also, the Amish country setting and Amish characters were delightful. Cal, Andrea, and her family are not Amish, but their neighbors are. If you enjoy reading about the Amish, you'll most likely enjoy this story. The Bad: The characters, while enjoyable, were not fully developed. It's hard to fully understand their motivations, because so much of what we know about them is superficial. I found myself really wanting to know more about Cal. He's such an integral part of the story, and at the end, I just didn't feel like I knew him well enough. While I found this to be a very enjoyable read, the story is not particularly unique. A successful business woman moves back home and falls for a ruggedly handsome carpenter. I feel like I've read the same premise several times before, but the Amish spin on this story did keep it from being overly familiar. The Verdict: If you like a bit of romance with your mysteries, this is a good pick for you. It's more a mystery book than a romance. We see the characters falling for each other, but it's not the most important issue. The most important issue is finding who is trying to sabotage Andrea and keep her grandmother's bed and breakfast from opening. It's a very fun read, and once the threats turn more sinister, you won't be able to put it down. It definitely became a page-turner at the end for me. I highly recommend it for a light and entertaining read.