At Home In Trinity Series
Conclusion to a three part series involving Martha, a Midwife in Trinity Pennsylvania 1831. Christian Historical. This is one of those series for your shelf that you'll always look at fondly, as it's a companion for the time you're reading it, and lodges in your heart in the same way as Jan Karon's Mitford series. Martha is a very stubborn woman and you're bound to get frustrated with her. She's surrounded by lovely characters, and everything is changing in Trinity. Things that she was always sure of are tipping and turning, and she's not sure of her place anymore - she doesn't know what she wants to do with herself when she grows up. This is one lady who doesn't move fast or make a hasty decision. Everything is done in it's own time. Sometimes it's frustrating to read about her - you want to tell her to just do it!. But that's not her way, and in the end it's all in God's time as well.
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