Monday, June 16, 2014

Review: Seasons of Tomorrow

Seasons of Tomorrow is the fourth book in the Amish Vines and Orchards series by Cindy Woodsmall. Each book needs to be read in order since it's one continuous story told in a four book format. I really liked the conclusion of the story, and actually, it's my favorite of the series. I was surprised how much I enjoyed this book since I didn't like the other three books. :-D

Rhoda Byler and Samuel King are still reeling over Jacob King's move from the orchard. Trying to run everything without his help has been taking a toll on all of them, but trouble keeps visiting the Kings. First, Samuel's dad shows up all upset with the rumors he's been hearing of Leah and Landon. The visit ends with Landon quitting and walking off without anyway to contact him leaving Leah confused and angry.

Without Jacob or Landon, Rhoda isn't sure how they will be able to keep Orchard Bend Farms in working order. As they struggle to make their new venture in Maine work, another tragedy strikes. Steven's wife, Phoebe, is ill and rushed to the hospital. Will Phoebe be ok? What will happen to Landon and Leah? And when will Rhoda and Samuel be able to marry without worrying about Jacob?

Like I said, this was a satisfying conclusion to the series. It tied up all the loose ends, made you happy and content with everyone's relationships, and made you wish for just a little bit more of the happy ending. :-) The only thing I wish it had was a longer epilogue! It felt kind of rushed to me, but it could have been because I wasn't ready to let go of  the characters. I think the best part of the book to me was Jacob finally growing up! It was nice to finally see who he could be with the right person in his life.

I was given this book free from Waterbrook Multnomah in exchange for an honest review.

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Seasons of Tomorrow: Book Four in the Amish Vines and Orchards Series

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