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I highly recommend this, not only to gen fiction and historical fiction readers, but to anyone who enjoys a well-written, interesting, and entertaining book.
I loved the author's writing, giving Susan a voice that is both raucous and funny, as well as tender and sweet.
This supposedly delightful narrator annoyed me no end with her ridiculous decisions, especially those that kept putting her babies in harm's way!Published 5 months ago by Karol Andersson
An easy read about a wet nurse and also why certain women are in need of their services. Our Reader's Club selection which we all enjoyed.Published 6 months ago by Eileen Masterson
I always wondered how the job of wet nursing was accomplished and had no idea that a woman could end up being forced to wean her own baby from her breast so that she could feed the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by cjhxbuff
I'll admit. I don't enjoy reading. I never have. I read well, and I read a lot (mostly researching) but I was always an odd duckling in my family of AVID readers. (Um, hello? Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cati Holker
An unforgettable story needs an unforgettable protagonist, and Susan Rose does not lack for memorable qualities—she’s round, lusty, busty, humorous, brave, full of heart and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Christine Beth Reish
Could not put this book down! The central character, Susan Rose is delightfully authentic. Erica Eisdorfer gives the reader a thoughtful, engaging plot that delivers the perfect... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Teresa Rovere
Good tale, easy read, I am very interested in midwifes. Learned new things about wet nurses, informative---I looked up a couple of things.Published 13 months ago by Joyce
I absolutely loved this book. It had a wonderful plot and the author did an excellent job of getting into character. You truly believe she is the wet-nurse at times. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Teri Crowe