I was able to read a copy of A Season for Tending by Cindy Woodsmall. I love all of her beautiful stories. She writes about people that you start believing really live and you get engrossed in her stories.
This story which is Part One of the Amish Vines and Orchard Series.Rhoda Byler is part of the Old Order Amish. Many of the people think that she is weird because she has unbelievable abilities to grow herbs and berries in her beloved garden. She decides to stay by herself because people start to spread rumors that her ability is causing a problem in the community.She runs a canning business which is doing well.
Samuel King lives miles away in Harvest Mills. He is struggling to make money running his families apple orchard.He is the eldest son and his brothers help him.His younger sister Leah is not happy and after a night of partying she wakes up in Rhoda's garden.Her choices bring Rhoda and the King family together.A tragic mistake in the orchard leaves Samuel without any solution.
Rhoda may be able to help but she is afraid to leave her garden.What will Rhoda bring to this family? Would it bring two families together that desperately need help ? If you would like to read about the author and more of her books please do so at http://www.cindywoodsmall.com. You can also read all about the author at http://waterbrookmultnomah.com/author-spotlight?authorid=72213 .
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