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5.25.2014

Seasons of Tomorrow ~ Review

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

The new Amish community in Orchard Bend, Maine, is about to face yet again a threat to its future.  But this is a threat that could destroy more than just the new community, it could destroy the friendships and families that are holding it together.

Rhoda's "gift" has angered Benjamin King and he has come to voice his concerns about Rhoda's influence in the Orchard Bend community.  But his visit brings an unexpected surprise when he discovers Leah and Landon's involvement.  Leah hasn't embraced the Amish faith as her father had hoped she would and actually seems to be more drawn to the Englischer life because of her feelings for Landon Olson.

But when an ultimatum is given the community loses one of its members and everything they've been working for could threaten the orchard and its upcoming harvest.  And when illness strikes they could lose one of their own.

Seasons of Tomorrow is a time of healing and a time of discovering what is truly important as everyone must come together to overcome yet again to overcome the challenges of life.

In this final installment of the Amish Vines and Orchards series the members of the Byler and King families learn what is truly important.  Is it the duty one has to family, community, or to one's heart?  Join Rhoda, Samuel, Leah, Landon, and Jacob as they each discover the truth for themselves.

My only problem with this book is that it ends a delightful series that truly looks at the heart of the family and the struggles it faces every day.  This is one series that you'll want to revisit as each person grows to be who he or she was intended to be.

 I received this book for free from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.