Rhoda has an unusual gift. But very few people in her community appreciate her gift and she is feeling trapped and unappreciated. Samuel is trying desperately to save the family apple farm. But family and nature seem to be against him. Perhaps the two of them can combine efforts to save their businesses.
I enjoyed this book. There were enough plot twists and character depth to keep the story moving and interesting. This story wasn't just about Rhoda and Samuel. It involved all of their families and is told in such a way that captures the reader's attention. I wanted to know what was going to happen to each one of them. I think my only complaint would be the ending of the story. The book is clearly setting up for book two in the trilogy. It didn't so much end as it just abruptly stopped. I didn't feel that any of the issues were resolved or any of the little life stories completed. I'm sure this will be resolved in the next book, but was a bit frustrating to me.