I really enjoyed this last installment of the At Home in Trinity series. This book continues the journey of Martha Cade, a midwife, and her friends and family. The author continues the storylines from the first two books while continuing to weave in the themes of faith and sacrifice into the story. This book is filled with several surprising turns of events and does a good job of finishing several plot lines from the earlier books. Unfortunately, I just wish that there was more to come. After spending time reading these books and the awesome way that the characters were developed, I find myself sad to see them go. I definitely recommend this, especially for fans of the first books.

I received this book for free from Bethany House in exchange for an honest review. I was not obligated to write a positive review.

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