I guess a pick? Like 4 stars? Perfectly capable sweet F/F fake marriage romance set in NY. Backstory is more interesting with one protagonist than with the other, story kinda drops that backstory at a key moment, but whatever, we know the true focus. I wish Litsy had five options and that so-so were pointing up, not down.
Second in the Hope River series. I love these books so, so much. This stands alone but DO go back and read the first book! Becky and Isaac are trying to make ends meet in rural West Virginia during the Depression while Becky is also caretaker to Isaac. Not as much birth/midwifery in this one as the previous book, so broader appeal. Becky is slower to love than Patience, but she definitely gets there. Isaac is a GEM. I love every single character.
Florence Nightingale definitely had some sexist ideas about women as nurses so I won‘t share any of those. I wonder if this one was inspired by the Biblical parable about the mustard seed?
Nurses are some of my favorite people - my family has had a total of 5 now, I think. Well, at least in my lifetime. Before that? 🤷♀️
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