" I've read a lot of Amish fiction, and this is one of the better ones. I enjoyed meeting all of the main characters and grew to like them as the book progressed. The main character is Rhoda, who has two talents: an unusual intuitive spirit and a green thumb. Then there is the King family with their apple orchard. You will read a bit before learning the connection between two seemingly different stories. I was a bit concerned about the reactions of some of Rhoda's neighbors and those in the community to her intuitive talent - I had to check to see that the setting was a modern one, because the superstitions sounded like something you wouldn't encounter this day and age - but don't let that detract you from a good story. The book does just end, so if you are a reader who likes to know immediately what is going to happen, you might hold off until the next book in the series comes out. I learned something about growing apples organically also; I enjoy learning new things, an added bonus when a book is as enjoyable as this one. "
— Beth, 1/18/2014