This is the third story in The Wedding Ring series by Beverly Bird. The first book was about Adam Wallace and the pain that he goes through as he is reunited with his kidnaped son after four years. His son was found in an Amish community, where Adam has decided to live after marrying Mariah. Adam is upset that four children from the community have been kidnaped, so he calls in his brother Jake, who is a police officer and a fine investigator. The second book picks up the story from there. Jake falls in love with Katya and her four children and eventually they marry and decide to live outside the Amish community in Texas. This book is about Jake and Adam's kid sister Kim, who ran away when they were kids to escape her abusive father. Kim has never contacted her family since and has built up walls within herself that keeps her at a distance from everyone else. She does have one weakness, her daughter Susannah. Suz is now sick and Kim needs the help of her brothers and so she tracks them down to this Amish community. Kim and Suz stay at the home of Joe Lapp (a character from the previous two books). Joe is now a widow trying to raise his children and be a good deacon. He needs help and Kim needs a place to stay, so they help each other. They never expected to find themselves attracted to one another, but to have a future they must both rid themselves of the ghosts from their pasts. This was an okay story, although I do not think that I would be as interested if I had not read the other two books. I do know that there are other Beverly Bird books out there that are a heck of a lot better than this one and I would recommend those. The Wedding Ring series, in my opinion, is not her best work. The stories in all three books could be a bit boring at times. So, don't rush to buy these books, borrow them if you feel the need to read them.