A book review of The Simplicity of Cider by Amy E. Reichert.
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Sometimes you are just in the mood for a charming book, and The Simplicity of Cider by Amy E. Reichert, is perfect for that.
Sanna Lund grew up on her family’s orchard. Apples are in her blood. She feels most alive out among the trees. Her love of apples has grown into a love of cider. She can see the colors and the flavors that need to go in her cider. Her cider is excellent, if she can just get it in front of the customers.
Sanna’s father has invested heavily in her cider business and as a result the orchard business is struggling. Big real estate buyers are trying (and will stoop very low) to try and get her to sell.
She could use some help on the farm, and is surprised when Isaac Banks and his son Sebastian show up. Seemingly out of the blue. It helps that Sanna finds Isaac very attractive, but she is not planning on getting into a relationship.
The book is charming and a little predictable, but in a good way. It’s a good guys vs bad guys with a bit of a love story thrown in. You know how it’s going to end, but that’s okay, it’s such a lovely journey.
I received an ARC copy of the book.