Emma is 24 years old and still single. In the Amish community this makes her a spinster. After loosing her mother to cancer she and her grandmother have to figure out how to make ends meat. Emma's sister Clara has the perfect plan but pushes everyone in the family away in order to get what she wants, money. When things go awry with her master plan she finally realizes all the people she has hurt along the way and comes to see that God is speaking to her loud and clear.
Emma's old love, Adam comes back to town after being shunned by the Amish community when he turned to Yankee ways. He rejects everything Amish including his feelings for Emma and all she represents, until the day he thinks he will loose it all. Faced with a decision to either go back to his life in Michigan, his apartment, and his job or stay in Middlefield and declare his love for Emma is a choice he can't make without mending some fences along the way.
Treasuring Emma is a good summer read. It is a good, clean, wholesome book that is a pleasure to read.
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