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I think The Midwife's Tale might be the first Pennsylvania-set book I've read in ages that doesn't have an Amish person in sight. Instead, readers get to visit a sleepy 19th century country town and follow the adventures of the local midwife as she treats patients and starts to find a love story of her own.


I admit to being easily swayed by a pretty cover even as I know the truth of the old adage “You can’t judge a book by its cover.” Yet the gothic vibe of the cover of this book sucked me in. Fortunately, I was not disappointed. I found a unique romantic suspense inside.


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