Seasons of Tomorrow by Cindy Woodsmall ~ Review

Seasons of Tomorrow (Amish Vines and Orchards #4)Lucie's Review: 

Rhoda Byler has made her choice. But out of respect of the other brother, Rhoda and Samuel have decided to wait to make their relationship public.
Everything seems to be finally settling down, but when the wife of their dear friends falls sick, and Landon leaves the community, Rhoda and Samuel find themselves struggling to keep their dream alive.

A satisfying conclusion to a fantastic series, this is the book that ties up all of the loose ends. While someone could jump into this series, without having read the previous books, because all of the complicated story lines are explained, I would recommend reading the whole series, because it makes this book that much more enjoyable.

This is a story with various stories within the big story, there are many characters, each intriguing and compelling in their own way. There was so much going on, but I don't want to spoil the story for you by telling you the specifics.

In this book I think my favorite character was Jacob. I loved how he was like a superhero always rescuing those in need, never asking for anything in return. He grew a lot over the course of this book as he found his path.

Overall, this was a fantastic read. I read it in less than a day because I wanted to know how this wonderful series would end. And I must say that the ending was perfect! I came to love the characters, each for their own strengths and sensitivities over the course of the four books, and I am sad to see this series end, yet happy at the same time. This was an engaging read, with well thought dialogue, and great characters that will capture your heart. I would definitely recommend the series to fans of great Christian fiction!

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