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Plain Fame by Sarah Price

When Worlds Collide

Plain Fame by Sarah Price is a contemporary Amish romance which I really enjoyed. It kicks off a new series which promises to be a fantastic read.

Plain Fame explores what happens when the Amish and Englisch worlds collide. The contrasts are huge. The simple life is attractive but so are the modern gadgets. Which world will exert the greatest pull?

The novel reveals the true price of fame. Fame brings recognition, money and manipulation. It does not bring happiness nor alleviate loneliness. Fame isolates. “He was tired of false friends and faceless lovers.” Everyone wants a piece of the famous. It is tiring and debilitating always presenting the face the world wants to see, never being able to be truly yourself. “He was living a lie and it was exhausting him.”

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