With life in its hectic state of summer schedules, my reading must be light and entertaining. A book like Bygones by Kim Vogel Sawyer is just the ticket. A favorite aunt dies leaving Marie’s daughter Beth her estate. Beth just wants to sell out and invest in an antique shop. The catch is Beth must live in the Mennonite community for 3 months before she can become the official heir. While Marie, raised in the community, adapts well to the lack of modern convenience, Beth struggles. Mysterious missing antiques cause the community to suspect Beth as the perpetrator. Marie battles for Beth’s innocence as well as the rising feelings for the beau she once loved.