Elizabeth Harding has wanted to be a doctor since she was a little girl. Now that she is a doctor, all she needs are patients. Elizabeth decides to start her first practice in Cheyenne, Wyoming, because that is where her sisters live and because Wyoming is the most progressive on women's issues.
After waiting days for a patient, she is surprised to find that the first person to pass through her doors is not a patient but the lawyer, Jason Nordling, from the office next door. Jason is surprised to find that the new doctor is a woman, but when he makes his objections known she surprises him yet again by defeating his argument as well as any lawyer.
Can Elizabeth and Jason find balance in their lives beyond a career?
the setting is realistic, with many details about the growth and development of early Cheyenne. The dialogue was good, the plot and pacing well executed.
A great returning character is Gwen Amos, who was a good friend to Charlotte, Elizabeth's sister in the previous book. Gwen likes a man called Harrison, but is afraid that he won't like her because she isn't slender like Elizabeth. Meanwhile, Harrison admires Gwen but doesn't know how to express it, or how to act around her young daughter, Rose.
Overall this was a fantastic story with two lovely heroines and two handsome heroes. Basically two awesome stories in one! A terrific story from beginning to end!
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