Autumn Winds (Seasons of the Heart Series #2)

Autumn Winds (Seasons of the Heart Series #2)

by Charlotte Hubbard
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is a 5 part series.I have read the first two parts.This story is about a mother and her triplet daughters.They have some very trying times.The two I read have me acquiously awaiting the next book.The turn abouts keep you guessing what is going to happen next.This,is a very good writer who keeps you wondering way the next ventur isgoing to take place.I rate this a star 5 book to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is second book I've read by this author - great read
NanaLA More than 1 year ago
Just been introduced to another great writer.............
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very ggood read. Wwell written and you don't want to put it down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed.a must read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read this book in three days. Charlotte Hubbard is an amazing author. Looking forward to more books in this series!
Anonymous 9 months ago
Very good story about a amish hertige how family and friends help each other from all sorts of problems.
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Enjoyable
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't say enough good about this book. And a big bonus at the end - recipes!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading about the Amish community by this author. I read all of the Seasons of the Heart series. Looking forward to the new one coming out in 2015.
Janine_S More than 1 year ago
“Autumn Winds” by Charlotte Hubbard is the second book in her 'Season of the Heart' series and what a wonderful story. It is not often that I find myself having to put down a book because I am so embarrassed by something that is going on, but through the first part of the book, I had to do just that, but the story is written so well that well I was embarrassed by what was going on and fearing the worse things possible with this one situation. The well written story didn't stop when the situation was handled, for there was worry that something might still come from it, then of course there is the other stories that are going on through the story that once I got beyond those embarrassing moments, I couldn't put my book down. The creep from “Summer of Secrets” is back and a bigger creep than in “Summer of Secrets”. I kept waiting to see how this creep was going to be taken down a peg or two. Things were not so simple either for this story line takes several surprising twists and turns through out the book, but at the end of the story I was quite pleased with what happened and voiced it out loud with my pleasure. As for Miriam, we learn a lot more about this generous woman who loves serving others in her community. Though things are not easy for her, she holds steady to her faith above all else even when things look so very bleak and almost as if there is no way out. Miriam learns a few things even though she is a woman of 40 and a mom of three, and she learns them with humility. Things are happening pretty fast for her, but it is interesting in how everything starts and works out too. Normally I am not one for a short time frame story such as this but wow this really worked out really well. Ben is not your typical Amish man yet he still holds true to the Old Order and all its rules according to the Ordnung. Ben seems to be a man who knows that he is unusual with what he does, but yet he is sure there is a reason why he is the way he is. Ben though is a man who knows his heart which is pretty large for he is willing to help where he is needed, and gentle when the case needs to be. There are some really interesting twists and turns to this story as we watch it unfold, which helped keep this reader picking the book back up after putting it down as I said before. Though there are several different point of views through out the book, it was pretty easy to tell whose point of view we reading. There are also some pretty interesting new characters that are introduced in the book who really bring in some much needed humor as well. This is a book that I hope all who read this book, enjoy it as much as I did.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Such a refreshing story. They have their problems, but no sex and no cussing. Recipes at the end look great.
jp96 More than 1 year ago
Loved this continuation of book #1 can't wait to read more
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ruthhill74 More than 1 year ago
I will admit that when I read the first book in this series, I liked it, but I probably was not enthralled. At that point, I was fairly new to Amish fiction, and some of it just didn't resonate with me. It was good, but not the best. And you know how first books in the series can be. This second book in the series is an absolute masterpiece! I was so glad I read the first in the series because as I began to read this book, it was like visiting with old friends. I knew the characters, and I absolutely loved them! This was one of the easiest reads for me in a while, and it spoke to me on so many levels. First of all, I was intrigued by the information on the Amish. I spent a lot of time looking up information on the Amish because I found I knew little about them. It was neat to see that what Charlotte Hubbard was writing about was true! I knew it was--it was clear she knew what she was talking about. But I am one of those people who likes to verify things even so. I always check and double check things on regular basis. Secondly, the romance was absolutely breathtaking! There was no "sappiness" in this book at all. That is often my complaint with "romances." This book's romance will send chills through your spine and almost have you in tears as you whisper, "How sweet!" (Okay, maybe you won't react exactly like I did, but I like to think you would!) I love the fact that the author dealt with love and romance at ages other than teenagers and 20-somethings. The fact that Miriam could seek for love at the age of 40 actually gives me hope (since I'm only two years away from that myself).  The humor in the book was absolutely fantastic! Lately it seems that the books I read have very sorry attempts at humor or none at all. This book has some fantastic scenes that will surprise and delight you. Many of the moments of humor are unforeseen which makes them even funnier! And finally, the wonderful message of God's love and salvation are strong and real in this book. So often, Christian books are either nominally Christian or beat you over the head with the gospel. This book is real in the way it presents God. I could never be an Amish girl, and I don't agree with everything that they believe about the world and the right way to live, but we don't disagree on the important points. Many times, God spoke to me through the faith of Miriam, Ben, and Rhoda. I was reminded that somehow God would work everything out for me just like He was for the characters in the book. And the bonus was that Bishop Hiram got what was coming to him. God takes care of those kinds of issues, too. I cannot recommend this book highly enough to everyone. It is a clean romance in every sense of the word, and it will uplift your spirits (and don't we all need that during this season?). I was sent a copy of the book in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Omg
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series of books and very interesting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have read three of series and have pre ordered the last one. Very good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I always so enjoy the books be Charlotte Hubbard
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