Review: Plain Fame

     `Plain Fame` written by author Sarah Price is a 206 page Amish Novel. Will love happen between Amanda Beiler and Alejandro Diaz before the paparazzi finds the famous singer? Author Sarah Price has always respected and honored her ancestors - the Mennonite's (see Amazon). As an author of over thirty novels, she is well versed in her knowledge of the Amish and Mennonites. `Plain Fame` is book one of the Plain Fame series. This book is dedicated to singers, performers, artists, and entertainers who give so much of themselves for our enjoyment.
      The setting is Lancaster County, Pennsylvania which Sarah shares her own experience of living among the Amish. Unlike most Amish, the Beiler family only had 3 children. Two daughters, and a son who died at age 12.
      Alejandro was a famous entertainer with a bad-boy image. Love them and leave them was his motto. However, his life was about to change. His performer name is known as Viper, the sexiest sting in the world. This book is different from other Amish novels I have read. Instead of the Amish seeking the life of the Englishers, Alejandro sought the Amish. The Amish live a much simpler life.
      I was surprised at how quick the novel ended, leaving the reader hanging. There is a glossary that has a section for Pennsylvania Dutch and one for the Spanish language. There is also a sampling of the second book, `Plain Change` which I would like to read. Because of the unnecessary mention of sex I give this book 4* out of 5*.

Question: Could you stay off your cell phone for 3 hours?

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this e-book through Net Galley for my honest review.


Sandee said…
Sounds like a great read.

I don't have a cell phone, so I'm never on a cell phone.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

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