My Thoughts On The Book: This fourth book in the series centers with the Amish families who moved to Orchard Bend, Maine and I loved it! Cindy Woodsmall is quite the wordsmith and storyteller. It seems that each new season seems to bring new trials and tribulations. In this book I found that Rhoda seemed to be more settled and her love for Samuel grows stronger every day. The question is will Jacob drive a wedge between the two of them. Samuel's baby sister,Leah is battling with a life choice of remaining Amish or leaving the church and attending an Englisher church. This choice is working against Landon and her and their budding love. Jacob finally sees that Rhoda is not the one for him, but he has to find a path to follow that will lead him to true love. The family works together, struggles, divides, and finally the family comes together when Phoebe becomes very ill and has to be in the hospital for a long time. I have read all three of the other books in this series and loved them all. While you can enjoy this book as a stand-alone book it makes it much more enjoyable and easier to understand if you read the series in order. Once you start this book you will not want to put it down.