By Lauraine Snelling

ISBN-10: 0764207261

ISBN-13: 9780764207266

Lauraine Snelling Returns to Her well known purple River Valley SettingEighteen-year-old Astrid Bjorklund has continuously dreamed of turning into a physician. She had meant to check drugs in Chicago or Grand Forks, but if a catastrophe burnt up an immense element of her family's source of revenue, Astrid stayed domestic as an alternative, receiving hands-on education from Dr. Elizabeth.Joshua Landsverk left Blessing years in the past, yet he is by no means forgotten Astrid. Returning to city, he seeks to court docket her. Astrid is interested in him, and whilst the chance all at once opens for her to visit Chicago for scientific education, she unearths it tough to depart. Love blossoms via their letters, yet upon arriving again domestic, she makes a heartbreaking discovery. Will she need to quit like to pursue her dream?

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Looks like we are through the worst here, so I will be on my way. ” Pastor Solberg stopped at the doorway. ” A bit later Thelma brought in a breakfast tray for Mrs. Baxter. “I have yours ready in the dining room,” she told Astrid. ” Astrid nodded. “I just changed the sheets again, and Mrs. ” She turned to the woman. “You eat now and drink your coffee. ” Astrid raised the bell on the small table by the bed. ” Another nod. Astrid followed Thelma out the door. She’d made it to the dining room when a wave of exhaustion nearly slammed her against the wall.

She nudged Astrid with a discreet elbow. “Miss Bjorklund, or rather Dr. ” Astrid’s heart tried to skip out her chest, but she sucked in a deep breath along with an order to settle down. “No, I mean, ah . . yes. ” “Mrs. ” “Mrs. ” Astrid caught her gaffe. She still had a hard time thinking of Rebecca as Mrs. Valders. That title belonged to her mother-in- law, the woman who for years had tried to rule the town. “Yes, they would be fresh. ” Talk about inane. When would her usually quick mind kick into motion?

She peeked in the door to see his mother and father on either side of the bed, Vernon sound asleep. What a day this had been, and it was only midafternoon. Leaving that room, she knocked on the closed door of the large examining room, obeying the command to come in. ” Dr. Elizabeth asked her immediately, pointing to two young girls who were covered in suppurating sores. The mother looked from Astrid to Elizabeth, then closed her mouth against what she’d started to say. Astrid studied them without touching their skin.

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