Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Rosemary is a nurse but has some trouble finding work, due to her Civil War service. She also has a good knowledge of herbs and natural medicine, which puts her at odds with some of the residents in her community. I liked that this book offered romance, but a good amount of suspense as well. I also like that Rosemary is not the stereotypical woman you expect to read about in the mid 1800's.
She is outspoken, feisty, independent and finds herself in trouble quite often because of those qualities. Her stubbornness makes her endearing, and she has a heart of gold and is focused on helping others. I am looking forward to 2014, when Ann will release the third book in the Sisters at Heart series, Love’s Sweet Beginning. The third book will be a novella in a collection with Amanda Cabot, Laurie Alice Eakes, and Jane Kirkpatrick.
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I received this book free from Revell. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.