Book Review, “Seasons of Tomorrow,” Cindy Woodsmall author

Seasons of Tomorrow coverSeasons of Tomorrow, the fourth book in the Amish Vines and Orchards series by Cindy Woodsmall, is another incredible addition to this story. It continues telling the progress of the many characters involved in Orchard Bend Farms.

Rhoda and Samuel have finally admitted the depth of their love. Leah and Landon become separated when Leah’s father arrives for an unexpected visit. Jacob, having left to find some peace about his break-up with Rhoda, literally runs into Esther, discovering a friend that he dearly needs. Steven begins incredibly trying times when Phoebe collapses and must be put into an induced coma in order to save both her own life and that of their unborn son. When farm members must leave one by one for various reasons, Rhoda and Samuel struggle to continue their dream and end up marrying in order to allow the unmarried farm members to continue living there.

I have been eagerly awaiting this book and was not disappointed. This was the best installment of the story yet. The constant action drew me in until I did not want to put the novel down. I especially appreciated the emphasis on hard work and determination to real one’s goals in life. Phoebe’s part in the story in truly inspiring, showing the importance of not only prayer, but also action and assistance of other Christians in times of need.

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Amish Fiction.


I received this book free from the publisher and was not required to write a positive review.


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