Abigail Miller has always believed that life is not easy. Neither was it meant to be. With strong Amish roots, she is adamant that hard work and perseverance are desirable, Godly traits.
The doll maker finds herself widowed at age 25. A few years later when faced with losing her home, her doll shop and possibly even more, Abigail is forced to question some of her spiritual beliefs.
When the handsome, good-natured Samuel Schrock enters her life, Abigail is further confused. Though legal within the Ordnung to remarry when widowed, Abigail must decide if it is it the right decision for her.
Abigail finds herself not only in love with Samuel, but with another as well, a baby by the name of Eliza Grace who is in need of a loving home. But Samuel's newly discovered family fortune threatens to leave their love relationship bankrupt, for she has deep beliefs that the abundance of money is the root of evil.
When it comes to Abigail's rigid rules, can she find a balance between her convictions that are self-imposed and those that are truly God's own? Will her legalistic values limit God's blessings for herself and others or will she find the grace to contain them?