Woodsmall, Cindy. Seasons of Tomorrow: Amish Vines and Orchards, Book 4. Colorado Springs, CO: WaterBrook Press. 2014.
Having recently gone through a break-up with Jacob, Rhoda Byler is content working and living in the Old Order Amish settlement in Orchard Bend, Maine. Much to her delight and yet dismay, Rhoda finds herself drawn to Jacob’s brother, Samuel. As her own relationship develops, Rhoda also finds herself intertwined with Leah King’s involvement with an Orchard worker, Englischer Landon Olson. Add in Phoebe’s dangerous situation and Rhoda finds she must rely on her faith to make it through…
A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
Though I did not know the character backgrounds having jumped into the series at Book 4, the author did provide a brief synopsis of each of the preceding books at the beginning of the book as well as a list of characters and their involvements at the back of the book. A well written, eventful, enjoyable story, I will most likely go back and read the previous books. A new author for me, I will pursue other novels by Cindy Woodsmall as well.
4 (out of 5) pennies
*I received a complimentary copy of Seasons of Tomorrow from WaterBrook Press for my honest review*
I’ll admit, I didn’t read your review because I’m waiting to read the book and I can’t know what happens!!! Our Book Club has read the first 3 books and we have had such fun discussing this series! I can’t wait to read it. THEN, I’ll come back to read what you have to say.
I look forward to your review as I haven’t read the three previous books yet but definitely will now. Thanks for visiting!
Oh, I can’t believe you read a book out of order! Isn’t that a crime or something? 🙂
This is a GREAT series. Each book leaves you hanging on the edge of your seat waiting for the next book. You’ll love the whole series.
It is ONE of the only times I have ever read a book out of order and it wasn’t easy!!
I’ll bet!!! Can’t wait for you to go back to Book 1 and 2 and read the whole story!