"The Scent of Cherry Blossoms" by Cindy Woodsmall- book review
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Cindy Woodsmall has released a new Amish romance novel. In this sweet book, Annie and Aden renew their friendship when Annie visits her grandfather and helps Aden at the family diner while his brother, Roman, travels to help his uncle with a generator problem. All seems well, and the romance is budding, like the cherry blossoms in her grandfathers fields, but there is an underlying problem. Annie is from Mennonite and Aden is Amish. While these sects seem to be closely aligned, they both hold closely to their belief and do not want to mix and mingle, especially in the possibility of marriage.
Both Aden and Annie know this, but cannot deny the feelings they share toward each other. And there are huge consequences on both sides of the fence if they pursue their relationship.
Easy to read. Cute hardbound book, with pink binding. Perfect Valentine's Day gift for your sweetheart.
Disclaimer: I reveived this book from Waterbrook Press. All opinions expressed are my own.