Returning to their families is both a blessing and curse. On one hand Isaac and David have the opportunity to reconnect with their family members, but on the other, they must also suppress the men they've become during their time in San Francisco. Will they be able to stand firm in their beliefs or succumb to the pressure and guilt placed upon them by loved ones?
This is, by far, my favorite book in the series. It was wonderful to see just how much Isaac and David had grown outside of the Amish world. They both made a mess of things while in San Francisco, so I really appreciated their more mature approach to their relationship in this book. Even though their families made things very difficult, I was proud of Isaac and David and how they stood up for themselves and each other. I wished David had stood up for himself more, but he did come a long way since the beginning of book two. Aaron and Jen, as always, were a joy to read, and I found myself wanting an Aaron of my very own. He is such a good, kind and decent character that it's almost impossible not to fall in love with him. He and Jen are very lucky to have each other.
All in all, this is a lovely end to a great series!
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