The Midwife's Dilemma

series: At Home in Trinity

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Praise for the At Home in Trinity series!

"The talented Parr has captured the realities of life in the early years of the country, writing a beautiful homage to the midwife, one of the unsung heroes in history. Martha's passion for her calling shines through the pages."--Booklist starred review of The Midwife's Choice

"Fans of Jan Karon's Mitford series should love Parr's work."--Philadelphia Inquirer on The Midwife's Tale

A Season of Change Brings Uncertainty
But Also the Promise of Even Better Things to Come

Midwife Martha Cade has made up her mind. When Mayor Thomas Dillon returns in February, she is finally going to marry him. Unfortunately, that's the only decision in life in which she feels confident these days. Everything else around her feels like it's changing too fast--from her daughter's obvious affection for the town's young doctor to Martha's growing realization she'll soon need to pass on her role as midwife to someone younger. Even her beloved town of Trinity seems to be changing daily.

It is a season that will set the course for the rest of her life. Martha will need every ounce of confidence, courage, and faith she possesses to overcome the obstacles that will no doubt arise to make the changes in her life far more challenging and difficult than she can dare to imagine.


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  1. Delia Parr
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    Delia Parr

    Delia Parr is the author of seventeen historical and inspirational historical romance novels, including The Midwife's Tale, Hearts Awakening, Love's First Bloom, and Hidden Affections. The mother of three grown children, she was a...

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Reviews

"Parr's splendidly wrought details of life in the 1830s, as well as her vivid descriptions of the life of a midwife, stir the reader's imagination and compassion. With this stellar novel, Parr neatly concludes her excellent At Home in Trinity trilogy."

Booklist starred review

"Parr's splendidly wrought details of life in the 1830s, as well as her vivid descriptions of the life of a midwife, stir the reader's imagination and compassion. With this stellar novel, Parr neatly concludes her excellent At Home in Trinity trilogy."

Booklist starred review


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