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We as women can still identify with women at the turn of the century. I enjoyed reading this book and learning a bit about midwifery and early obstetrics .Published 1 month ago by Laurie Pfiffner
Provocative, thought provoking, and beautifully written. Would highly recommend anyone to read this book!Published 2 months ago by Ashley Niehaus
I loved this book! Such an interesting topic and one I hadn't run across before. Nova Scotia in the early 1900s in a small village is a good setting for a young woman learning a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by bookworm90
Good piece of historical fiction. Especially timely during our current political environment when men are trying to take away women's rights to control their own body. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeannie Warner
This book is for the reader who wants something beyond the standard plot. Half historical and half wonderful story it clearly defines one woman's passage into her natural beauty... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Seamstress1
I found this book to be interesting in that I did not know very much about this period in history. Also the setting of Nova Scotia was a new place for me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by E. Ervin
This was a very good read. I loved how the lead character grew as a person throughout the book. BravoPublished 3 months ago by tracy matteson
I liked the thorough characterization of Dorrie in the Noel. I did feel her depiction of male characters was by turns shallow and demeaning. Read morePublished 4 months ago by curt k.