Lizzie longs to fit into her quiet Amish communnity. Her sisters, Emma and Mandy, are ready to get married and settle into the traditional rhythm of having children and keeping house. But Lizzie isn't sure that's what she wants for her future. It isn't that Lizzie doesn't want to stay Amish. It's just that there's so much to figure out! Stephen, her quiet, gentle friend, hints that he might beinterested in a relationship deeper than friendship, but Lizzie is also drawn to the charming Amos who seems to have eyes for everyone but her.She has certainly attracted the attention of the egg-truckdriver. A thrill runs through her every time the wordly man comes to pick up an order. How long will she keep this a secret from Emma and Mam and Datt? What will become of Lizzie? She has too hot a temper. She hates housework and dislikes babies. She loves driving fast horses but is petrified of going away from home for a week to work as a maid. Is she too spirited, too innocent, and almost too uninhibited for a young Amish woman?