About the Book:
My Review: I was pleasantly surprised while reading A Season of Change. The cover art and the main gist of the story threw me and I did not think it could turn out to be good reading. An Amish person falling for someone in the circus really sounds out there.
But I was wrong Lynette really made this storyline work and I really enjoyed it. I was unsure of how Jacob and Natalie would meet or even how they would still connect down the line. It seemed too out there. But Natalie's own background makes her more curious about what the Miller's can offer her. Her bond with them made me hope for the friendships to continue and I wondered until the end how it could all work.
The characters were well written and the supporting characters were interesting too. I'm hoping to hear more about them in future editions of this series.
With a satisfactory ending for everyone.
This is book one in the Seasons of Pinecraft series so I'm expecting to find out more about the people there.
About the Author: Lynette Sowell is the Carol Award-winning and ECPA best-selling author of more than 15 titles, including A Season of Change and Tempest's Course. When Lynette is not writing, she works as a medical editor and part-time newspaper reporter. She makes her home in Copperas Cove on the doorstep of the Texas hill country.
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