Moving to West Virginia from Florida was an adjustment, but it was a huge career move I couldn't say no to. I went from a beat cop to sheriff in no time flat. When the mayor of Hollow's Hollow told me I was getting married, sight unseen. I said yes because I want what my three older brothers already have. I want love, and as soon as I saw the curvy goddess, Miriam Yoder, I was in it. My love for her knows no bounds, but she's mine. I'll do anything to make her love me.
I'm a follower, I didn't want to leave home, but there was no way I was living without my sisters. This marriage scheme is crazy to me, but I said I do to the handsome sheriff. I'm his now, through God and by law. He gives me so much freedom, but I don't want that. I want to worship the ground he walks on. I want to be so ingrained with him we can't breathe without the other. I'll be whatever he wants me to be to make that happen.
The Yoder Sisters are Amish, and they want out. Leaving under the guise of a Rumspringa, they have no intention of returning to the life they have left behind. One sister answers an ad that leads all of them on their path to their own forever after.
The town of Hollow's Hollow, West Virginia, has long relied on ads to find their wives and keep their town growing, but with the death of a few keep people in their town, that tradition was long since forgotten. Until the new Mayor comes along and vows to bring their town back to life, and the only way to do that is with brides and babies.