Hearts Safe Passage (The Midwives Book #2): A Novel
I thoroughly enjoyed "Lady in the Mist," her first midwife book, and I enjoyed this story even more. From the very beginning, sparks fly between Phoebe and Rafe with a delightful intensity.
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This book has a little of everything--intrigue, high seas adventure, family ties--but it's first and foremost a romance. There's nothing better than a story that shows two strong people struggling with the When Laurie's publisher asked me to read "Heart's Safe Passage" for endorsement, I jumped at the chance. There's nothing better than a story that shows two strong people struggling with the big questions in life. Not only does it take the reader on a high seas adventure, it explores the bounty and suffering of the human heart.
I loved it! Dec 10, Nicole rated it liked it. Great sequel.
Heart's Safe Passage (Midwives, book 2) by Laurie Alice Eakes
I liked how the restoration was simple in the end - a good reminder that coming to the Lord does not need to be done as an elaborate scene. Faith is simple. Part of the book really gave me the "heebie-jeebies" : and I didn't like the description of what happened to Rafe's 1st wife - little much for me. Thus the 3 stars. I did enjoy the story, though.
Looking forward to book 3: Choices of the Heart. This book was good, one of the better ones I've read in awhile. Though it is the second in a series the Midwives and I hadn't read the first Lady in the Mist , I had no issues knowing what was going on; it was very much a stand alone story. Complex characters, vibrant descriptions, good plot Feb 13, Marie rated it really liked it Shelves: own , hnr-review.
I really enjoyed this one, I recommend it! Full review coming when it posts in HNR Magazine. Nov 21, Roseanna White rated it it was amazing.
A couple chapters in and loving every page! Oct 22, Leighann rated it liked it. I generally relish Eakes' writing and have finished several of her books--including the first installment in this series. This one was An innovative plot or setting is something I appreciate, so midwife on sailing vessel hooked me there. The book kept drawing me back: I had to figure out what was going to happen! But at the same time, I was confused. I was confused by the romance between the two main characters. It showed itself early-ish in the book, but I didn't see much reason f Hmm. It showed itself early-ish in the book, but I didn't see much reason for it.
As the book progressed, the confusion continued. This time about the characters' emotions and inner turmoil. I was reading the words, but it just wasn't making sense. Several times, I thought we were coming to a nice sum-up moment so I could grasp what the conflict was and where the resolution came from, but it never really coalesced. None of this stopped me from finishing the book!
And I quickly picked up the third one from the library. Phoebe has not been a midwife for long. Her pregnant sister-in-law dragged her into a ship in order to get to her husband before her baby was to be born, but at the same time, she doesn't really want Phoebe to touch her, which makes for a strange situation.
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While on board, Phoebe finds out that the captain of the ship is using her sister-in-law to help get her husband free from captivity in order to get to another person. This whole book is about whether or not one should seek revenge and what Go Phoebe has not been a midwife for long. This whole book is about whether or not one should seek revenge and what God would want one to do, however, the captain is not a believer.
Heart's Safe Passage (The Midwives Book #2)
There is a love story that unfolds throughout the book. It is not a bad story, but the whole "ken" thing said constantly by the Scottish captain gets to be annoying. Also, They don't have to type "doot" when they mean "doubt". Jul 04, Michelle rated it did not like it Shelves: historical. This had some fairly graphic descriptions of battleship injuries and a brain injury with lots of gore. The characters never grew on me and some were downright irritating.
I felt several times there were poorly explained changes in how characters felt about each other. And they each spontaneously came to the conclusion that they were treating each other poorly and decided to make their relationship work. Apr 18, Joan Arning rated it really liked it. Midwife Phoebe Lee is the leading female character in this book taking place mostly on a privateer during the War of You'll have mixed emotions about Captain Rafe Docherty as he seeks revenge on a man who killed his parents and wife. I recommend Heart's Safe Passage to others who enjoy historical fiction.
Jul 19, Beverly rated it really liked it. Once again, this second book of this series was an enjoyable read, with back stories to be revealed that effect the reactions and choices of the main characters. High seas adventures, troubled souls seeking rest and freedom from the past, duty and desire, it is all found in the pages of this well written book.
Jan 27, Allison rated it liked it.
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Christian, nautical romance, with midwifery and Scottish brogue : Although I thought the Christian aspect was a little overdone But a lovely book overall. Jan 20, Sadie rated it it was ok. I liked the beginning OK, but pretty quickly it began to lose my interest. Mar 20, Kerstin rated it it was ok Shelves: abandoned.
The premise to the story just didn't work for me. Aug 08, Charlene rated it really liked it. Cute read. Not too much romance, though.
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Feb 11, Fv rated it did not like it. Please, please do not buy or read this book!. If you love God, the creator you will refuse to read the lies about him written throughout the book. The author told the regular, 'oh poor me, God don't love me cause bad things happened to me. That is bad enough.
Blaming God for the bad that happens is what Satan wants you to believe and what he did and does, and what he said would be the case in the Garden of Eden. Blaming God for what Satan himself does is a way Satan gets folks to hat Please, please do not buy or read this book!. Blaming God for what Satan himself does is a way Satan gets folks to hate god. Author perpetuated this hate.