Format: Trade Paperback
Fiction - Amish & Mennonite
So my latest read was oh so good having said that I have to say I never met a Cindy Woodsmall book I did not like or even love. The latest book I read was the start to a new Amish series. I can describe this book in one word FABOULOUS. The book is called A Season for Tending the series is called The Amish Vines and Orchard. I met Rhonda Byler and she is gifted. She is gifted in growing herbs and berries ever since the day her dad gave her a blue berry bush. She is looked upon as odd because she has a sixth sense about things that happens and tries so very hard to help with her gift that others see as a curse. The community she lives in she falls victim to rumors and she is forced to give up what she loves. In a community not far away we meet the King family. This group of brothers are struggling to keep King’s Orchard alive and in the family. They also have a sister Leah who is going through her rumschpringe (her time to see what it is like to live as English) and partying too much. But it is a change encounter that will change things for all. I want to tell you more but I want you to find out more for yourself. The book is full of secrets mystery and fun. I loved this book and could not put it down. It should come with a disclaimer that states this book is hard to put down so start when you have time. I now have to wait for book two and cannot wait. I give this book a five star rating. If you have read any of my blogs before you know this is the time where I tell you I received this book from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for my review and my honest opinion.
Juvenile Fiction - Religious - Christian - Fantasy
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