{ebook} Sarah's Gift BY Marta Perry

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Es the dedication and love she has for her patients But when an English doctor files a complaint against Sarah Aaron's misgivings resurface just as his own sister faces a birthing crisisIn the midst of such tribulations Sarah prays for the strength to defend her practice care for her patients and win the hearts of the community she has grown to love. This is the first book I ve read by this author What I found most refreshing was the prevalent themes of God kindness simplicity in living life and the strong community of the Amish Although a work of fiction we could gain a great deal to acuire some of their characteristics and lifestyle This could be my own ignorance but I found portions of the Amish life in this book as too modernized However this story left me feeling that life is good if we choose to believe God is the Master of our lives I found this book in the sale rack of a Christian bookstore I plan to return and look for I might even try one of the recipes listed in the back of the book Well done Marta Perry

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Sarah's Gift

An Amish midwife hopes to earn her community's trust and bring the joy of new life to Pleasant Valley in the third novel in this heartfelt seriesAfter years in a disappointing childless marriage and now widowed at only twenty six Amish midwife Sarah Mast moves to Pleasant Valley for a fresh start But unpleasant surprises beset Sarah when she joins h. I am enjoying this series immensely It is the same issue as with historical romances I don t generally read romances I disdain those books where within the first chapter you know who the love interest will be etc but throw in some ain t so and boppli put the protagonists in those buggies and I am all about it It is also nice to read books where people are truly looking to God for help and trying to do what would please Him

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Er aging aunt's dwindling midwife practice Signs of her aunt's decline suggest that she may no longer be capable of the rigorous demands of her work With Sarah's last dollar now invested in the birthing center can she help her aunt face the truth and run the center aloneAaron Miller Sarah's neighbor counts himself among the skeptics until he witness. Pleasant little book about an Amish midwife How she is accepted into a new community and how she has a run in with a Doctor who doesn t think that there should be midwives And of course she finds love


10 thoughts on “Sarah's Gift

  1. says:

    I so love the way Marta Perry can take readers from the pages of her books and draw them into the story as though they were really there with th

  2. says:

    Another good one from Marta Perry I have read all the books in this series and suspect I will read all in series until she ends it This was a pretty interesting book but it did take me longer to read than usual I really understood aunt Emma's feelings of uselessness I became Ill and couldnt do what I was used to doing as well and it

  3. says:

    I am enjoying this series immensely It is the same issue as with historical romances I don't generally read romances I disdain those books where within the first chapter you know who the love interest will be etc but throw in some 'ain't so' and 'boppli' put the protagonists in those buggies and I am all about it It is also nice to read books where people are truly looking to God for help and trying to do wha

  4. says:

    I am reading all books in the series one after the other but I am finding that the characters and their connections are starting to be a bit hazy A family tree or similar diagram showing connections would be a valuable addition to the book

  5. says:

    Pleasant little book about an Amish midwife How she is accepted into a new community and how she has a run in with a Doct

  6. says:

    These books are very predictable but I enjoy them I like getting to know each character and I find Amish communities fascinating

  7. says:

    Sarah’s GiftSarah Mast a midwife and widow has come to Pleasant Valley to help her aunt with her business of d

  8. says:

    This is the first book I’ve read by this author What I found most refreshing was the prevalent themes of God kindness simplicity in living life and the strong community of the Amish Although a work of fiction we could gain

  9. says:

    Another excellent book in this seriesReturning to Pleasant Valley after the death of her husband young midwife Sarah joins her Aunt’s midwifery practice After a mild stroke Sarah needs to decide whether to continue or fold A doctor vehemently opposes the non licensed midwives and takes legal actionLots of twists and tur

  10. says:

    I feel as though I know these families because their personal tensions religious differences and old meets new struggles brought them to life Th

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