For Every Season is Book #3 in the
Vines and Orchards series
Rhoda has moved a new Amish Community just outside of
Unity Maine, and they are trying to get the neglected apple orchard up and running, so more Amish can move there. Rhoda is attracted to Jacob King, but he keeps disappearing to help a woman and her small child, who he thinks needs his help. This leaves Rhoda with Samuel, Jacob's brother, and an attraction has developed, there too. At the end of Book #2, Jacob walks in as Samuel is holding Rhoda, and sparks fly.
Rhoda feels she is different, because she 'sees things', especially her younger sister, who died a few years earlier. Some people say this detracts from the story, or it isn't 'from God', but I feel differently.
To me, this book is the best of the 3 books in this series, so far, and I'm looking forward to being able to read
Book #4, when it is released in April 2014
I recieved a copy of this book, to read and review, from the publisher. No other compensation was given. All opinions expressed here are my own, I'm not required to give a positive review.