REVIEW: To Everything a Season by Lauraine Snelling

Oh, how nice it was to be back among the Bjorklund family.  Trygve Knutson feels pulled back to Blessing, ND after working for several seasons with a relative’s well-drilling business.  Miriam Francini earns a great opportunity to train in nursing in Blessing, but it means she has to leave her family behind in Chicago.  This book starts to unfold a relationship between the two. The usual Bjorklund family members appear prominently in the story, too.  Astrid and Elizabeth are working hard as the only doctors in town and they try to find balance between running the hospital, attending to patients, and giving time to their families.

This book marks the next piece in the Red River series by Snelling.  Thanks to Bethany House Publishers for providing me an advance reading copy for a review in my own words.

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