HER HEALING WAYS
HER HEALING WAYS (4) by Lyn Cote: Idaho Territory, 1868: Mercy Gabriel, a female doctor, is called into service when the wagon train she is traveling with comes to Idaho Bend. The people there are suffering from cholera. Mercy has her work cut out for her, not only because of the disease, but because people there do not trust women doctors. Lon Mackey, a gambler by trade, is thankful to have a doctor in town and he doesn’t care if it’s a woman; people are dying all around him and somehow it needs to be stopped. Mercy decides to make the little hamlet her home and sets up her practice. Lon is hopelessly drawn to Mercy, a gentle, kind woman who sees the good in everyone, even a lowly gambler like himself. Can two people from different backgrounds have a future together? Her Healing Ways is a wonderful love story between two people with different outlooks on life, who together bring out the best in each other. Cote knows what will keep readers interested in the story and uses this knowledge throughout her story. Don’t miss this wonderful book.