I received a complimentary copy of this book from WaterBrook Multnoma through their blogging for books program. This book is about an Amish girl named Hannah. She is in love with a Mennonite boy. She agrees to marry him and then on her way home she is raped. The story deals with the repercussions of this. Hannah does not know what to do, and her parents tell her to forget about it and pretend like it never happened. Hannah falls into a deep depression. When she is finally starting to feel better she discovers that she is pregnant. I really enjoyed the character of Hannah. She is a very believable person. I was interested in what happened to her, and found myself cheering her on. I felt like the author played with time in the book. The author would say that several weeks or months had passed, and then suddenly act like only a couple of weeks had passed. It made it hard to understand what the time frame of the story was. I would give this book 3.5/5 stars.