I thought I knew what I wanted in life. When a wife I never asked for is thrust in my face, I balked. She's not someone I would have selected for myself... She was not what I thought my ideal woman would be like or look like, but she is perfect for me. The more time I spend with her, the more I fall in love with her. I didn't treat her right at first, but I am determined to worship her for the rest of our days. I can't help but wonder what she tastes like as she screams my name. I messed up badly, but I will make it right.
My husband won't touch me. He barely looks at me. He thinks I do not know, but I heard him. He does not want me. I'm not his type, whatever that means. While he is too... everything for me, I am determined to be the best wife I can be, even if it is in name only. He is a man of God, and I am but a humble servant. I know my place in the world, and that's by his side. He may never love me the way I love him, but I will endure. I must. I will never go back to my old life. To the old men of our church trying to take what is not theirs. I will cling to this life and my husband for all eternity, like the good girl I am, but I cannot help but wonder what it would be like to be bad, what it would be like for my husband to teach me everything I desire.
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.