Friday, September 7, 2012

A Season for Tending By Cindy Woodsmall

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review

YAY YAY YAY a Cindy Woodsmall novel. She is one of my very favorites. I was super excited to be able to get my hands on an advance copy of her latest novel in her new series, Amish Vines and Orchards.

This book of old Order Amish is about two families who are both struggling to make ends meet in this tough economy. Rhoda Byler's a young woman who has a passion for planting berries and herbs stumbles into Leah King a teenager in her rumschpringe and is testing the boundaries with her family. The meeting of Leah also results in the meeting of her older brother Samuel a young apple orchard farmer who is having a rough go around on the producing sides of things this harvest year. All seems lost untill he believes Rhoda may be the answer to all their problem.

I'll be honest I had a little bit of trouble getting into this book, it took longer than it normally does with a Woodsmall book but once I was in I was in and couldn't put the  book down. I actually stayed up past my bedtime a few nights because it was just so good. can't wait for book #2