Tuesday, February 4, 2014
With Autumn's Return
The crux of the story is that a nice lady doctor moves to Cheyenne to open her own practice only to discover that, shocker, people don't think women should be doctors; they don't have the brains plus they should be in the kitchen or poppin' out babies. Elizabeth is initially discouraged, especially after the smokin hot lawyer next door tells her her business is doomed. Slowly she starts building up clientele (hey treating whores will pay the bills!) and she discovers that her lawyer neighbor is actually quite nice (and did I mention attractive?). The two start courting and everything seems peachy, until gossip and deceit amongst Cheyenne's wealthy threatens to tear apart everything Elizabeth has worked so hard to build!
This book is the third in the Westward Winds series, but honestly I didn't discover that in the end. It serves as a stand alone book quite well.
For fans of historical Christian Romance and take charge leading ladies.
I received this book free from Revell Publishing in return for my honest, unbiased review.