Rhoda thought moving to Maine to help start the new Amish community with her boyfriend and family, would be a fresh start for her. So far it's been anything but. Having survived the persecution in her order, and then the run in with the law on her new settlement, she thinks it's time things will slow down an go right for a time.
But new tensions arise as her boyfriend, Jacob, is still being haunted by his past, and a now a stolen kiss by his brother.
To keep things less complicated, Rhoda seeks shelter with their non-Amish neighbors. Now all she wants to do is go full throttle with her canning business. But it seems she hits as many snags and tough decisions there as she does in choosing the man she loves.
It's time to put the past behind and move forward with the Lord's plans for their lives. Who will have to lay down the woman he loves? What will happen when Jacob is forced to deal with his past? Will Rhoda be able to see her dreams into fruition? There is something new in Every season.
I really liked this book. Which reAlly is no surprise. I've been reading Woodsmall since her first book, and have never been let down. After I read book two, I couldn't wait to read her conclusion in book three, which I think says a lot about the authors ability to draw the reader in. Good plot and good ending, well done.
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for a review.