Belinda Davis is restless. As her friends get married and have children of their own, she wonders what God has in store for her. Her life as a nurse seems dull and routine. She craves excitement and adventure. When she meets an elderly woman who needs nursing care, Belinda jumps at the invitation to travel to Boston, a large, vibrant city so unlike the little prairie town where she was raised. Opportunities for books, theatre and the luxuries of life provide excitement--for a time. But in spite of financial security, countless new experiences, and even some romance, Belinda finds herself restless, lonely, and empty inside.
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I'm enjoying reading the continuation of this series which I first came across many years ago. It's not at all deep, and each book is fairly short; but the characters are realistic, so much so that I feel almost as if I know them; and there are some quite moving sections. I'm going to continue straight on to the last in the series after this, eager to know what happens to Belinda!