The Midwife’s Tale

The Midwife's TaleWhen Martha Cade’s daughter runs away from home Martha is devastated but determined to bring her home. When that doesn’t pan out she returns home to find her job and her legacy threatened by the arrival of a doctor who could easily take her place. Running out of options and places to turn Martha searches for answers.

This cover art. Bethany House just keeps getting better and better with their visuals. If I were to judge books by their covers I’d be broke from buying up all the books being released by Bethany House.

As for the book itself. I went about 60 pages into the story before calling it quits. It wasn’t really the story itself – I just didn’t really click with any of the characters. There were some elements that really fascinated me, especially Martha’s job, but I just didn’t find myself empathizing with the characters and that’s a big deal for me. I’m absolutely certain that many people will love this story but for me it wasn’t a good fit.

DISCLAIMER: In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” we would like to note that we received an electronic of “The Midwife’s Tale” provided by the publishers, Bethany House, in exchange for our honest review.

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