Silas is working as an apprentice and that is all he wants to do, work and move on. However, his master has two daughters and he wants Silas to adhere to the tradition of the apprentice marrying into the family. Eden and Elspeth both have feelings for Silas; however these two sisters are completely different from each other and may not be whom they appear to be. Silas and Eden have a connection with each other, but Elspeth is the one who is chosen to marry him. Which one will really end up with Silas and at what cost?
This book will draw you right into the story and into the characters' lives. You will not want to stop reading once you start and you will cry with the characters and empathize with them on every page. This is a well-written book overall, great storyline, well-developed characters and I felt like I was actually there in Pennsylvania in the late 1700's. I am looking forward to reading other books in this series!
“Available September 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”