This book was a wonderful read. Lori Copeland is a terrific writer and this book proves it once again. A must read!
Lori Copeland has been a long-time favorite author of mine, even before her Christian fiction writings. I thought the idea of dealing with female health issues in the 1870s was different, and was glad to see the young doctor not completely dismiss the benefits of herbal remedies. There were lots of humorous moments, and I found myself giggling quite often.
Historical fiction set in Texas in 1876.
This book is combined and refreshed newly revised by the author versions of two books she wrote years ago(Angel Face AND Amazing Grace).
From back cover:
A battle of wills was raging in the Lone Star State in 1876. April Truitt didn't trust doctors, least of all handsome newcomer Gray Fuller, who opposed her efforts to offer the women of Dignity, Texas, an herbal alternative to surgery. He treated her like some quack, but April was determined to save other women from dying on the operating table, like her mother did.
Gray couldn't help admiring April's spirit and good intentions. Yet he couldn't let this bluebonnet belle steal all his patientsâ¦even if she was on her way to stealing his heart.
This was a good book. The characters were friendly and the author put a lot of humor in it. Good read!
This was a typical Lori Copeland book; a bit of tragedy and suspense, some humor and some everyday happenings in relationships with headstrong characters woven together in a story that endeared many of its characters to me by the time I turned the last page. An enjoyable read.
I did enjoy this book- I ordered it as I had just read another of her books & am in the process of reading all her books