Cameron begins a contemporary series with lovable characters who are trying to figure out what they want out of life. The storyline is believable and readers will feel a need to know what happens next. Cameron is a talented author and uses her vast knowledge of the Amish culture to bring fans inside a life most Englishers don't understand.

Elizabeth Bontrager is looking for something different. She’s grown tired of being the oldest child and helping with her younger sisters and brothers. On her rumschpringe, she takes a trip to Paradise, Penn., to visit her English friend Paula. She agrees to go on a date with one of Paula's friends, Bruce, but he wants more from her than she is willing to give. Elizabeth is second-guessing herself and wonders if her future is back in Goshen where Saul Miller is smitten with her. Saul fears the outside influences will push Elizabeth to the English world and she will be lost to him. Will Elizabeth make the right decision about her future? (ABINGDON, Feb., 304 pp., $14.99, 9781426740596)

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Patsy Glans