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The Mountain Midwife

For nearly two hundred years, women in Ashley Tollivers family have practiced the art of midwifery in their mountain community. Now she wants to take her skills a step further, but attending medical school means abandoning those women to whom she has dedicated her life, the mountains she loves, and the awakening of her heart.Ashley Tolliver has tended to the women of her small Appalachian community for years. As their midwife, she thinks she has seen it all. Until a young woman gives birth at Ashleys home and is abducted just as Ashley tries to take the dangerously bleeding mother to the nearest hospital. Now Ashley is on a mission to find the woman and her newborn baby . . . before its too late.Hunter McDermott is on a questto track down his birth mother. After receiving more media attention than he could ever want for being in the right place at the right time, he receives a mysterious phone call from a woman claiming to be his mother. Hunter seeks out the aid of the local midwife in the mountain town where the phone call originatedsurely she can shed some light on his own family background.Ashley isnt prepared for the way Hunters entrance into her world affects her heart and her future. He reignites dreams of having her own family that she has long put aside in favor of earning her medical degree and being able to do even more for her community. But is it commitment to her calling or fear of the unknown that keeps her feet firmly planted in the Appalachian soil? Or is it something morefear of her growing feelings for Hunterthat makes her hesitant to explore the world beyond the mountains?...

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ISBN : 9780310333449
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Number of Pages : 352 pages
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The Mountain Midwife Reviews

  • Kristina

    The Mountain Midwife by Laurie Alice Eakes is a heartwarming Christian novel two mysteries in it. Ashley Tolliver is twenty-nine years old and a certified nurse midwife. Women in Ashley’s family have been midwives for over two hundred years. One night she is awakened by pounding on her door. A young woman with a man are on her doorstep. The young woman is in labor and needs assistance. Ashley lets them in and delivers the baby. The young woman then starts hemorrhaging. Ashley tries to call for h ...more

  • Denise

    The Mountain Midwife: A Novel is the first book I've read by Laurie Alice Eakes. The story sounded so interesting and intriguing that I wanted to pick it up and read it right away. The storyline reminded me of Jolina Petersheim's The Midwife, which is one of my all-time favorite books, so I went into it eagerly expecting another page turner. The front cover is absolutely gorgeous and looks super inviting. The back cover reads:

    "For nearly two hundred years, women in Ashley Tolliver’s family have

  • K. P.

    The Mountain Midwife builds on the stories from Laurie Alice Eakes, The Midwives Series, only this latest book is written in a current day setting. When her doorbell begins ringing in the middle of the night, Ashley Tolliver has no idea what to expect. Ashley is the midwife for her small Appalachian community; however, she has never seen this couple, standing on her doorstep, before. Now, Ashley must jump into action, as this young girl is about to give birth!

    At about the same time several state

  • Amy

    Thanks to Zondervan Fiction & Netgalley for the ARC. I'm giving 'The Mountain Midwife 3 1/3 to 4 stars, and the reason is this. While Laurie Alice Eakes books are some of my most enjoyable reads, and yes this was very different from the English based books of hers I've read, this story ended in a way that didn't seem to come together as you've been led along to believe throughout the story.. Without spoilers, which I don't like to write in a review, Ashley Tolliver who is a midwife in this m ...more

  • Jeanie

    He had never felt the lack of the knowledge until meeting this woman who seemed to draw some kind of strength from her heritage.

    Hunter McDermott has found out that he is not who he thought he was after the heels of rescue that was caught on youtube and brought him instant success. Hunter is a successful engineer, a man who cares about the world. His world suddenly comes to a standstill when he receives a phone call that his sister is in danger. A sister he didn't know he have. After confronting

  • Kav

    Exquisite mix of romance and mystery. This is Laurie Alice Eakes first contemporary novel and I was completely captivated. Has all the intricacy and depth of her historical novels but with a modern twist. And woot -- book nerd alert -- Ashley is a direct descendant of Griff and Esther from Choices of the Heart and Tabitha and Dominick from Lady in the Mist. Loved that nod to her historical midwife series.

    I'm smitten by this setting. Eakes captures the essence of this Appalachian community. From

  • Angie Fehl

    Ashley Tolliver has been carrying on the tradition of Appalachian midwifery that's run through her family for centuries. Lately though, she's felt compelled to temporarily leave her community to pursue a medical degree, so that she might serve her community that much better. Her hesitation lies in the possibility of offending family or community members with her decision. Mountain midwives get plenty of flack from "city doctors" for their lack of training, it might seem to some that Ashley's mov ...more

  • Ashley


    I was intrigued by this book in the beginning. It definitely starts off with a bang. But ultimately it felt a bit cheesy and melodramatic. The characters started to get on my nerves because they seemed a bit unrealistic, and at times, obnoxious, to me. And I really got tired of hearing all the prejudices and cliches about Northern Virginia vs Southern Virginia. It was so over the top, I couldn't stand it. I'm originally from Northern Virginia, but have relatives and many friends who moved to