Emily's life was simple. There were animals to tend to, fields to harvest and a garden to take care of. Amish life might've been hard, but she enjoyed what she did, because she had a place in the world - a small farm, a wonderful mother and a loving community.
Then she found out the truth about her life. Miriam, the woman she thought was her mother, found her in a field the night she was born, and nobody knew who her real parents were.
Now Emily was questioning her entire life while trying to deal with the death of her mother.
Emily was alone and scared. She had to find her family, not just so she could find out the truth, but also because she needed to know her real place in this world.
Where would the truth lead? Would she stay in the community or would she find her family elsewhere?