This second book in the Sommerfeld trilogy is Beth Quinn's story. Sawyer's sweet, wholesome, nonviolent novel has a romance that is subtle, pure and not overwhelming.
Talented stained-glass artist Beth has landed a contract to create a window for a high-profile church organization. But when her mother has medical problems, she has to decide what's most important, her career or her family. Beth also has to decide whether she belongs in or outside of the Mennonite world if she is to grow in her faith. (Barbour, Oct., 288 pp., $9.97)