Nancy Mehl's Inescapable (Bethany House Publishers, 2012) is a fun mystery romance that makes the most of its unusual setting (a small Mennonite town). The mystery aspect of the plot is really well done; Mehl kept me guessing. In the beginning, Lizzie is a little whiny, but she grows as a character as the story progresses. Overall, Inescapable is an entertaining read, and I recommend it to for fans of Christian fiction.
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