Autumn Winds-Charlotte Hubbard

Autumn Winds

Charlotte Hubbard

Zebra, Sep 4 2012, $6.99

ISBN: 9781420121704

 

The violent storm hammered Willow Ridge, Missouri, but Widow Miriam Lantz does not care as her lost triplet Rachel, who vanished as a child in the flood of ’93, found her way home (see Summer of Secrets).  Miriam watches as all the power at her family-owned Sweet Seasons Bakery Cafe shuts down and a hole ripped into a window.  She hears a male voice outside and welcomes traveling blacksmith Ben Hooley inside the café to wait out the storm.

 

Miriam and Ben are attracted to one another, but she knows he is a rolling stone while she is Old Ways Amish.  Bishop Hiram Knepp is upset with the newcomer’s arrival as he wants no rival for the hand of Miriam.  With her café in jeopardy and her marital status at stake, Miriam turns to God for wisdom.

 

The second Seasons of the Heart (see Summer of Secrets) is an engaging Amish historical tale starring a strong female protagonist who wants to find happiness if she marries again after her first marriage fell apart when Rachel vanished.  The triangle is super as the heroine must choose between two different men though the Bishop’s ill-temper sense of entitlement detracts from an engaging saga with recipes from the Sweet Seasons Bakery Café.

 

Harriet Klausner

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