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A Path Made Plain: Seasons in Pinecraft - Book 2 Paperback – November 4, 2014
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Lynette Sowell is the Carol Award-winning and ECPA best-selling author of more than twenty titles. When she’s not crafting stories, she works as a freelance news reporter and columnist for her local newspaper. She makes her home in Copperas Cove on the doorstep of the Texas hill country. She hangs out on Facebook at facebook.com/lynettesowellauthor and blogs at lynettesowell.blogspot.com.
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This book picks up with Betsy Yoder's efforts to follow her dreams and put her life back together. I liked it a bit less than the first book as the criminal subplot didn't work very well for me. However, this book is the equal of the first one in its ability to depict Plain people as complex and layered. This book is a fast read and I feel invested in the characters. I enjoy the shading of characters as they struggle in their faith. I thought the ending was quite satisfying. I am excited about the next book as well.
Former Amishman Thaddeus Zook's life takes a turn he was not expecting prompting Thad to go to Pinecraft in order to be with the one woman who has always loved him, his Grandmother. Working as a pastry chef in the English world, Thad has not exactly lived up to his Amish background.
As their two worlds collide in Pinecraft, will Betsy be able to trust again? Will Thad be able to give up the "English" life and return to his roots? Or will his past catch up to him and threaten his future?
This second book continues to offer the characters from that first that we all fell in love with. Henry is still doing his construction while Imogene is still taking her pictures. I hope in Book 3 we find out if Rochelle will find her true love? And just why did Emma decide to stay in Pinecraft?
This book continues where the story ended in "A Season of Change" and this book focuses on Becky, who was unlucky in love in "A Season of Change"
Honestly, I enjoyed part 1 much better than part 2.
The characters were well-developed but I never really "clicked" with any of them. Betsy wasn't someone I really liked. Some of the older characters from the first book were very likable, but I just didn't like Betsy. Maybe because she was so scheming in the first book?
The story line is that Becky has remained in Florida and with her family's support (financial and emotional), has opened a bakery. She is focusing on her bakery and has pretty much given up on love, since her heart was broken in the first book. Enter our hero: Thad Zook. Thad hasn't joined the Amish church, yet his family is shunning him for his English ways. Thad is embroiled in a dangerous situation from his previous employer. There's not an Amish mafia, yet there is the danger of Thad's former employer, who is searching for something he believes Thad has.
I'm not going to give out any more spoilers; if you've read part 1, you might enjoy part 2. There is listed in the front of the book that there will be a part 3.
Some series books keep my attention; this one really didn't.
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Characters are well developed, and the story carries itself.
The characters were colorful and very lovable, especially the very sweet and kindhearted Betsy.Read more