Another day, another book! I love how much reading I've been doing lately. This book, while very well written, somehow left me feeling like something was missing. The characters are charming, well rounded and relatable. I think that the problem comes that there wasn't quite enough angst. Yes, bad things happened but the book just kept cruising along. The ending seemed almost too easy. That being said, this book is certainly still worth picking up and giving it a read. It's very enjoyable. So enjoyable that I finished it over an 18 hour period (of reading on and off!).
In A Season of Change, book one of Lynette Sowell's new series, Seasons of Pinecraft, readers will discover a different side of the Amish community. A Season of Change follows Natalie and Amish widower Jacob Miller as they each discover the mysterious ways God works. Inspired by the image of a Plain woman sitting on a three-wheeled bicycle by the Pinecraft (an Amish community in Florida) post office, Sowell’s latest is a new take on the popular trend in fiction.
Lynette is celebrating with a Kindle Fire HDX giveaway and a Facebook author chat party on June 12th.
One winner will receive:
- A Kindle Fire HDX
- A Season of Change by Lynette Sowell
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I received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are my own.
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