An Amish wedding is actually about three weddings; each has it’s own novella although they share the same settings and the characters overlap.
In “A Perfect Secret” the Amish heroine worries that her upcoming marriage to her stolid fiance will be without passion. In “A Perfect Match” Naomi worries that she’s too old to find love and trys to direct Zeke, a guy she’s interested in, to her friend instead. In “A Perfect Wedding” an Amish couple questions if their decision to marry is against God’s will after it seems like everything that can go wrong does.
What’s funny is the first two stories are the sort of mixed message she-thought-he-said-but-misunderstood driven stories that usually drive me crazy. There were a couple of times I wanted to smack the characters and say “Oh just go talk to him already!” That being said, it was a good sign that I cared for them, which is always necessary in a good read. J I really loved Naomi and Zeke in the second story but the other stories not so much.