While Love Stirs by Lorna Seilstad

I enjoyed reading this book and seeing how Charlotte was not afraid to step out and do something that was not "normal" for the time.  I gained a lot of insight as to how the new things were marketed during this time and that was interesting to me as someone who likes learning history through fiction.  Charlotte is not afraid to practice what she knows and share it make things better for those around her, especially her family.  She has learned much about nutrition and want to help others get better.  In doing so she has a bit of conflict with one of the doctors, Joel, but eventually they come to an understanding.  I had read some previous books by this author that I enjoyed and I liked seeing how some of the previous characters were progressing.  You don't have to had read her other books to enjoy this one though.

I received this book free to review.

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