Friday, May 2, 2014

Seasons of Tomorrow

Seasons of Tomorrow
Amish Vines and Orchards, Book 4
Cindy Woodsmall

Rhoda and Samuel are finding their way without Jacob there, but it's still painful. Jacob is still running from his hurt. Landon and Leah are still fighting their attraction and the rest of the family is struggling to make sense of the confusion while still keeping the farm running. But trouble is always just around the corner for this family.

This is definitely not a stand-alone book. I've read each book as it came out so there was a bit of time in between each one and I needed to read the summery at the beginning to refresh myself. By the time you get to the fourth book there are about five different couples or stories going on at once and it gets complicated. But that being said, I did enjoy this book. The author doesn't write the typical Amish fiction. There is plenty of drama and suspense woven into the sometime romantic plot. The characters are flawed, but well defined and likeable. Even though this book wasn't my favorite in the series, it tied up a lot of loose ends and I would still recommend the series.

I received this book free of charge from WaterBrook in exchange for my honest review.

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