Although I thought the book started rather slowly, I was completely engaged in the main character, Hannah, about 30% through the book. Hannah is Amish and she struggles to find her way when she meets a man, Trey, who is an Englisher. Both are widowed and take solace in their friendship with someone who understands their situation. It makes the reader wonder how often this happens in the Amish culture. I find it hard to believe that Hannah and Trey can have 2-3 “dates” and then consider marriage. Although, Hannah is not free to pursue the relationship due to her Amish responsibilities. I guess it is all in (or all out) for her. This is the first book in a new series by Clipston called Hearts of the Lancaster Grand Hotel.