Thursday, July 9, 2015
A Promise of Grace (Seasons in Pinecraft #3) by Lynette Sowell
Rochelle Keim has lived in Pinecraft for almost twenty years among her Mennonite brethren and the Amish of Sarasota. Unlike the snowbirds who visit Pinecraft from the north, Rochelle is a year-round resident of the unique Plain community. She s quiet, content, and keenly adept at keeping her past firmly tucked away. Feeling unsettled as she nears her fortieth birthday, she decides to return to nursing school, a dream she gave up long ago during a painful time she dares not remember. Her past decides to make itself present when Silas Fry, Rochelle s former love, moves to Pinecraft. Silas spent the past two decades working as a missionary pilot, but that all changed with the sudden loss of his wife, Belinda Rochelle s childhood best friend. Now both Rochelle and Silas are on a collision course with their past, and the reunited couple must decide if they re trying to resurrect a dead romance, or if the two very different people whose paths have crossed can make a new life together."
About The Author
We are back in Pinecraft Florida living in the Mennonite/Amish Community and one of my favorite families that we have been following.
If you have been reading this series you traveled to Florida with Rochelle Keim, and now we are twenty years later. Silas Fry has now moved with his family here, after the death of his wife. He was Rochelle’s former boyfriend, and his wife, her best friend. Yes you see the triangle here, and although I rather guess what happened, it may come as a big surprise to you.
Funny how life works out, and one never knows what is around that next corner, which is for God to know, and we think mistakes are being made, but that is our human failing. Especially if we follow his Word and what He is asking us to do, how we have to find out how Rochelle is going to go on with her life.
This book ends this series, and I loved being here and reunited with all, and really never wanted an ending. Makes me wish I could move here and become part of the community!
I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Abingdon Press, and was not required to give a positive review.