When a successful businesswoman becomes ward to five Amish orphans her world is turned inside out. She comes to Lancaster with the best intentions of rescuing her backward nieces and nephews from the religiosity she abhors, but discovers they love the Plain Life and their extended family.

Bryan Ford, a successful computer systems analyst, is in love with Sarah. They had enjoyed romance in college, but Sarah had made her feelings about children clearshe did not want them. Yet, Bryan cant help but love her and pray that she comes to know the Lord he loves.

Beverly Lewis writes about the Plain People with sensitivity. It is obvious she loves her native Lancaster County. The Redemption of Sarah Cain is more than a romance: it is a love story about a spiritual coming of age. (Aug., 320 pp., $10.00)

Reviewed by: 
Roberta Blair