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    A season for tending [large print] / Cindy Woodsmall.
    by Woodsmall, Cindy.
    Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2012.
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  • ISBN: 
    9781410449931 (hardcover)
    1410449939 (hardcover)
    9781594154270 (pbk.)
    1594154279 (pbk.)
    Bib #: 
    823107
    Genre: 
    Love stories.
    Christian fiction.
    Series: 
    Woodsmall, Cindy. Amish vines and orchards ; 01.
    Thorndike Press large print Christian fiction series.
    Description: 
    577 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
    Edition: 
    Large print edition.
    Notes: 
    Library holds various editions.
    Recipes and glossary included.
    Summary: 
    Old Order Amish Samuel King can use Rhoda Byler's canning business to help save his orchard, but when rumors fly that she practices magic, he withdraws the offer, and with both looking for a new start, fate draws them separately to a new settlement in Unity, Maine.
    "Rhoda Byler is an independent businesswoman living in an Old Order Amish world. Her family and church tolerate her unusual ways until she maneuvers a young Amish man, Rueben Glick, into admitting his infidelity to his girlfriend. That ignites Glick’s determination to destroy Rhoda’s business and any standing she has among not only her Amish community but with her English neighbors as well. When Rhoda finds Leah King passed out drunk in Rhoda’s berry patch, her concern for the girl leads to an unusual bond. Leah’s brother Samuel, who comes to retrieve his wayward sister, becomes intrigued by Rhoda and her horticultural skills. With his orchard teetering on the brink of disaster, Samuel comes up with a plan to rescue Rhoda from Glick’s attacks and save his own business, too."--Publisher's Weekly.
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