Unsere kleine Farm: Die Bildungsreise
When Eliza Jane invites Laura to Arizona for a summer literature course that features Ralph Waldo Emerson, Laura is thrilled to accept. Once there, she attempts to find a teaching position to cover her expenses, but the only job she gets involves washing dishes for a coldhearted restaurant owner. Meanwhile, Eliza Jane is immediately smitten with one of the handsome professors, and although Mr. Westehoff is not interested in her, the married man has quite a proposition for Laura. As Laura struggles to hang onto her smalltown values, this unconventional love triangle is enough to create tension between her and Eliza Jane, not to mention Mr. Westehoff, who--after being immediately rejected by Laura-- will stop at nothing to have the upper hand.