A young Amish couple gets a second chance at love in New York Times bestselling author Shelley Shepard Gray's final book of her Return to Sugarcreek series. Randall Beiler is doing his best to put the farm's needs first. He even broke up with his girlfriend, Eilzabeth Nolt, to focus on his family. But though he tries, Randall knows he needs help keeping the house together and his younger siblings cared for. When his brother offers Elizabeth a job to be their cook and maid, Randall is furious-and guilty about the way he treated her after a year together. But when he learns that Elizabeth and her grandmother are struggling financially, he knows the offer is the right thing to do. Elizabeth wants to refuse immediately-and stay far away from the source of her broken heart-but money is tight and she knows she must accept. As she begins to work, Elizabeth realises that though she may be older and wiser, her heart still belongs to Randall. Randal clearly appreciates Elizabeth's help and seems to want something more, but Elizabeth wants to be loved for herself-not because she's good at running a household. If Randall really wants something more than a pretty housekeeper, he must find a way to show her-or risk losing his true partner.