Perry’s fourth Pleasant Valley book places her well-rounded characters in a sweet, entertaining romance. Using the gifts God gives you and trusting in Him during bleak times are key.
Sarah loves being a midwife. When an opportunity arises to join her Aunt Emma’s practice, she moves to Pennsylvania. Despite his grudge against midwives, and Emma in particular, carpenter Aaron Miller agrees to help build their facility. Emma’s health begins to decline, especially when a local doctor files charges against Sarah for practicing medicine without a license. Can Aaron see past his bias to advocate for Sarah and admit his feelings? (BERKLEY, Mar., 352 pp., $14.00)
Leslie L. McKee