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The Robin's Greeting

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A Season of Hope Is Coming 

For the past two years Belinda King, along with her two grown daughters and teenage son, has been struggling to keep the family greenhouse running. Despite disconcerting events that have threatened to put them out of business, they have survived two growing seasons. And now Belinda can focus on the two suitors vying for her attention. Herschel Fisher, a new acquaintance, makes her feel relaxed, and Monroe Esh, an admirer from her past, reminds her of her youth.

But just when Belinda thinks she can choose between her suitors, life throws more trials her way. Her son, Henry, becomes bitter about the idea of her dating anyone, and attacks on the greenhouse start again.

When can Belinda hope to experience the peace and love her weary heart longs for?
 
 
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Additional Details

Author:
Wanda E. Brunstetter
ISBN:
9781643524795
BISAC Category:
FICTION / Christian/Romance
Page Count:
320
Binding:
Paperback - Trade / 5.5 x 8.375
Series:
Amish Greenhouse Mystery

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7 Reviews

  • 5
    Great Series Conclusion!

    Published by Connie Porter Saunders on May 2nd 2021

    I love mysteries, so I was thrilled to learn that author Wanda E. Brunstetter was writing an Amish mystery series. Let me tell you, I haven't been disappointed! The three books in the the Amish Greenhouse Mystery series have centered around the King family, and we've watched them endure overwhelming tragedy, numbing grief, and repeated threats to their livelihood. Now, two years after the tragic accident that claimed three members of the King family, it appears that a brighter future is ahead. Brunstetter fully understands the Amish way of life, and her introduction of mystery and suspense adds a pleasing element to her writing. The Robin's Greeting reveals the identity of the person responsible for vandalizing the King's greenhouse over the past two years, and I was totally surprised! I was also amazed to learn that there was a connection between the King family and the English neighbor who had always been so antagonistic toward them. The Robin's Greeting is the perfect way to wrap up the Amish Greenhouse Mystery series, and I recommend it to all who enjoy reading about family, faith, and the Amish way of life. I received a copy of this book from the author. There was no obligation for a positive review. These are my own thoughts and opinions.

  • 5
    All Questions Answered!

    Published by OhioMom65 on May 1st 2021

    The Robin’s Greeting is the last installment in Amish Greenhouse Mystery series, and I have to say, I’m sorry to see it come to an end. While any of the three books could be read alone, readers of the first two books, The Crow’s Call (book 1) and The Mockingbird’s Song (book 2) will finally find the long-awaited answers to some important questions. Readers will gain more insight into the backstory of neighbors Earl and Virginia, as well as Maude, the old woman living in the shack down the road. We also see Henry begin to mature, as he loses some of his hotheaded ways. Even Monroe reins in his outlandishness. Growth occurs in other ways, as relationships bloom and families expand. I do not wish to give too much away, for those who have not had the pleasure of reading this series. All in all, it was a very satisfying read, and a nice example of the freeing power of forgiveness. I was provided with a copy of this book by the publisher in return for my honest review.

  • 5
    The Robin’s Greeting

    Published by Mary Farley on Apr 29th 2021

    The last book in Wanda’s Amish Greenhouse Mystery series. You will get all the answers about the mystery with the greenhouse and who Belinda chooses between two suitors. The family has faced many struggles and keeping their Faith helped them get through. An easy read and a great series.

  • 5
    The Robin's Greeting

    Published by Sandra Miller on Mar 27th 2021

    All I can say is WOW! One of the best series I have read in a long time. Wanda has done it again.... Never would of guessed who done the vandalism .. What a shock.. And a wonderful ending to the series..

  • 5
    Loved This Series!

    Published by KnittyTeacher on Mar 20th 2021

    When a mystery series comes to a close, there's just something so satisfying about having all of the questions answered, and seeing how things turn out for each of the characters we've come to know in the series. The final book in Wanda's Amish Greenhouse Mystery series (book #3) certainly delivers! Readers aren't sure until the very end who was behind all of the vandalism at the Kings' farm, and I was quite shocked to find out who it was and the reasoning behind it all. The characters' lives are interwoven in new and surprising ways, and each character's storyline ends in a satisfying way. As with all of Wanda's Amish fiction stories, the strength of the characters' faith is encouraging as they rely on God to see them through difficult circumstances. I haven't read a mystery series in a long time, and I loved this one! All 3 books are unique page-turners. I highly recommend the whole series for anyone who loves Amish fiction, Christian fiction, or inspirational stories. This book was provided to me by Barbour Publishing. I was not required to leave a positive (or any) review. Opinions and ideas expressed in this review are my own.

  • 5
    The Robins greeting

    Published by Tammy LYton on Mar 4th 2021

    Wanda has done it again with an amazing series. So many twist and turns. I did not see the ending coming , that’s for sure. Loved it all and would highly recommend

  • 5
    The Robin's Greeting

    Published by Sarah Arnold on Feb 27th 2021

    This is a third book in a series and I enjoyed it. Does Belinda find love? Will Henry find out who is the vandal? Sylvia opens up to love and will Virginia quit looking out those binoculars? Read this.... You will love it!

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