For Every Season by Cindy Woodsmall ~ Review

For Every Season (Amish Vines and Orchards, #3)

Lucie's Review:
Rhoda had finally found a place where she fit in, work she loved, a man who made her laugh and a business partner who worked as hard as she did. But because of a single mistake she's lost it all. She can still work, but she cannot speak to Samuel without making her boyfriend jealous, and she will do anything to keep from ruining their unique bond as brothers.

If you've read the last few books in the series, you will know the characters and the situation as the story grows. Rhoda and Jacob are trying to get back what they once had together, and Samuel is working hard to save the orchard and make up for past mistakes. There are also several subplots, one of my favorites being Leah and Landon's story as she wavers between staying or leaving the Amish. A new girl, Iva come to town because of a call from Leah, and she stays to get away from a bad past.

This book is well written and definitely kept be reading at a steady pace, and it takes a realistic look at the problems facing modern Amish communities. Definitely not a stand alone book. This book follows the troubled times that follow a mistake and how it is seldom easy or clear cut to fix when three people are involved.

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    1. Hello!

      A friend of mine just published her second book and I am helping to put a book blog tour together for her. This is book two in a three book series but can stand alone. Here's the book blub:

      The Scent of Fear by Susan J. Reinhardt

      After three years of tenuous peace, John and Ellie Zimmerman are shocked when two old friends show up in disguise. Their world is once again sent into turmoil.

      Jim Kenneman, Director of National Security, masterminded the break up of a group persecuting Christians in the Lancaster Tourist Zone. Now, they're gunning for him. At first, he relies on his negotiating skills, but his best operative convinces him that won't work.

      Monty, a topnotch operative, worked on the Bird-in-Hand assignment and helped bring down the New Patriots. A recurring dream prompts him to rescue his boss from possible murder. The agency might not be sending him on assignment, but he knows God is directing his path - one that could wreck his career, family, and cost him his life.

      Dr. Abby Weaver strives to save infants and toddlers in Holmes County, Ohio. When she meets two strangers, she can't get the tall, handsome one out of her mind. Will their paths intersect again or will dangerous times keep them apart?


      I noticed that you like Amish fiction. This book would be labeled under Amish Futuristic Suspense. If you would like to be a part of the blog tour, I would be happy to forward a PDF copy of the book to you and then set up a schedule of when everyone would post their reviews. I am hoping to get the blog tour together in December and there will also be a $25 Amazon GC and book giveaway involved also. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. Thanks for your consideration!

      Diane Estrella


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