I'm working with a vengeance here to get everything caught up. The good news, is that there is light at the end of my tunnel!
Between multiple Dr. dashes I was able to grab a quick and very enjoyable read by Rachel J. Good.
From the back: An Amish midwife and an Englisch doctor must embrace their differences to rescue a baby in need in this uplifting romance that will "capture your heart and leave you smiling" (Amy Lillard).
Kyle Miller never planned on becoming a country doctor. But when he's offered a medical practice in his sleepy hometown, Kyle knows he must return... and face the painful past he left behind. Except the Amish community isn't quite ready for Kyle. Especially the pretty midwife who refuses to compromise her traditions with his modern medicine...
The more Leah Stoltzfus works with the handsome Englisch doctor, the more she finds herself caught between the expectations of her family and her own hopes for the future. It will take one surprising revelation and one helpless baby in need of love to show Leah and Kyle that their bond may be greater than their differences... if Leah can find the courage to follow her heart.
I really enjoyed the first book in the series, The Amish Teacher's Gift. I was excited to see where this book took me. I loved the reintroduction to Kyle and bringing him back from a previous book. You can totally read this as a stand alone though.
This sequel was a real joy to dive into. Combining several good story telling elements: mystery, drama, romance, and faith. You step in and enjoy the world from the author's perspective.
The characters shine and the plot is immersive and moves at a great pace. It's a great faith based romance. For those who love Amish books this is a must read.
So pick up your copy of The Amish Midwife's Secret and enjoy a great story! Happy Reading!
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