“A Mennonite guy and a Mormon girl; what an interesting combination.” -Troy Weller
Running from a failed engagement, Melissa accepts a job offer and retreats to the middle of rural Michigan where she hopes to lose herself in farmland and cornfields. Instead, she gets lost in the eyes of a cute farm boy with his hands covered in soil.
Troy is destined for an arranged marriage with a girl he doesn’t love. Meeting Melissa was never part of his life’s plan. His trip to the hardware store cost him more than a replacement tire for his planter.
The more Melissa fights her emotions, trying to prove they’re too different to be together, the more Troy finds similarities in their individual faiths. When they finally come to an understanding, the families refuse to give their blessings.
Will faith and families tear them apart, or can Melissa and Troy find common ground?