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Once a Midwife

Once a Midwife by Patricia Harman

ONCE A MIDWIFE continues Patience Hester’s life as a midwife, as well as wife and mother in rural West Virginia, when America fought for freedom in WWII. So many interesting things happen to this family in an era that might be forgotten without novels such as this. I loved reading about rolling bandages for the...

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Scot Under the Covers

Scot Under the Covers by Suzanne Enoch

Aden MacTaggert is the middle son of a Scottish laird and an Englishwoman. He and his brothers must adhere to their estranged mother’s demands or lose their ancestral home. Aden is a proficient gambler. When Miranda Harris seeks his advice on gamblers, he agrees to help with her current plight. As they devise a way...

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Rachel's Legacy

From the heart wrenching Holocaust to present day, RACHEL’S LEGACY is a historical novel about the tragedies in World War II Germany with many hidden secrets and marvelous discoveries. This is the second novel in the Horowitz family saga. This time around Dr. Kobi Voight, art historian, receives a bundle of letters from his mother...

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A Mackenzie Clan Christmas

A Mackenzie Clan Christmas by Jennifer Ashley

If you’ve read the Mackenzie books by Jennifer Ashley you’ll probably really enjoy this Christmas book A MACKENZIE CLAN CHRISTMAS. This book contains two novellas. I was not thrilled with the first story. A Mackenzie Yuletide is a new story and the other is A Mackenzie Clan Gathering which was published in 2015, and previously...

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