The Winnowing Season Paperback
Amish Vines and Orchards Series | Book 2
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The Winnowing Season
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On the eve of their departure to begin a new Old Order Amish community outside of Unity, Maine, Rhoda Byler is shocked to discover that choices made by her business partner and friend, Samuel King, have placed her and her unusual gifts directly into the path of her district’s bishop and preachers. She is furious with Samuel and is fearful that the Kings will be influenced by the way her leaders see her, and not what they know to be true—that Rhoda’s intuition is a gift from God.
Jacob King won’t be swayed by community speculation. He loves Rhoda, believes in her, and wants to build a future with her in Maine. But when the ghosts of his past come calling and require him to fulfill a great debt, can he shake their hold before it destroys what he has with Rhoda? Samuel has a secret of his own—one he’ll go to great lengths to keep hidden, even if it means alienating those closest to him. Throwing himself into rehabilitating the once-abandoned orchard, Samuel turns to a surprising new ally.
Book 2 of the Amish Vines and Orchards series asks: can the three faithfully follow God’s leading and build a new home and orchard in Maine? Or will this new beginning lead to more ruin and heartbreak?
The Winnowing Season by Cindy Woodsmall was published by Waterbrook Multnomah in April 2013 and is our 28871st best seller. The ISBN for The Winnowing Season is 9780307730046.
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Details for The Winnowing Season
|Page last updated||31st July 2014|
|Author / Artist||Cindy Woodsmall|
|Publisher||Waterbrook Multnomah (April 2013)|
|Number of Pages||336|