This time the focus is on the youngest Harding sister - Elizabeth. The characters were well developed and dealt with a lot of real life issues that are related to in this time. Especially, when she first meets Jason, a handsome attorney who just happens to be next door to her. The simplicity of their life back then, in terms of socially, must have been nice. As she took a step closer, Elizabeth noticed that his eyes appeared filled with pain, and tiny lines had formed next to his lips. He set out for a career in law - finding a wife and beginning a family the last thing on his mind. The writing was also very good.
He took another step into the waiting room, his gaze moving slowly as he appeared to assess the furnishings. Then if a child should fall and scrape his knee, his mother would be wrong to cleanse the wound and bandage it. One of my favorite things about historical novels is that although they are fiction they are entertaining ways to view life in the past. When a murder is committed Jason and Elizabeth work together to prove the innocence of the accused party. When he was satisfied that he had their full attention, he delivered his conclusion. Though he frowned at the outburst, the judge declared that Adam Bennett was free and banged his gavel to dismiss the trial.
Had her sisters been here, they would have smiled at the deceptively soft tone Elizabeth used. He might not choose her as his physician, but there was no reason he should deny her the courtesy of addressing her as Doctor. Once again, his voice held a sarcastic note. And when the two find themselves working to save the life and tattered reputation of a local woman, they'll have to decide how far they're willing to go to find justice--and true love. Jason's best laid plans might be futile when a web of deceit blankets Cheyenne's wealthiest residents and threatens to entangle both him and Elizabeth. Not as handsome as Barrett, of course. She had thought the city progressive as they gave women the right to vote for one thing.
This book will keep you guessing and turning pages leaving chores unattended and it is so worth it. Beside you can solve your condition; you can add your knowledge by the book entitled With Autumn's Return: A Novel Westward Winds Volume 3. Women are homesteaders; they defend themselves and their families. Encouraged by her sisters and the people she has met, she continues to serve those in need, no matter who they are. Jason brushed them off, not wanting to talk to anyone. I wish that ppl were not afraid to speak about their feelings and let ppl they care about know about it. Some people has different feel when they reading some sort of book.
Despite their firm principles, Elizabeth and Jason find that mutual attraction--and disdain from the community--is drawing them ever closer. She had faced a lot of challenges and she was not someone who gave up easily. With both parents avid readers, it's no surprise that Amanda Cabot learned to read at an early age. The last thing Jason expected, was to find out the doctor next door was a woman, a pretty one at that. Half an hour later, Jason stood in front of the jury, carefully making eye contact with one man after another. The potted plant that her sister had somehow kept alive through the long Cheyenne winter was carefully placed on the low table, and though sun did not yet stream through the westward-facing window, the room was bright and cheerful.
I wish that love, relationships and dating was as simple as it use to be. Elizabeth had thought she might see a twinge of shame in his eyes. As the words registered, exultation rushed through Jason, brushing aside the shards of doubt that had assailed him. This story is also set in Cheyenne, Wyoming in the late 1880s. Waiting for Spring is a matchmakers dream to read! The simple, brutal facts were, Adam Bennett was guilty, and thanks to Jason, he was now a free man. Jason looked around the small room where his meetings with his client had taken place. This story is also set in Cheyenne, Wyoming in the late 1880s.
Barrett had seen no need for an interior staircase. Yes, you heard it, a lady doctor. He can't help but feel that he needs to help her to earn the trust of the people, even if that means getting closer to her. Even more frustrating, the handsome young attorney next door may not be ready for the idea of a woman doctor. She's certain she'll have a line of patients eager for her expertise and gentle bedside manner. In this book, even the sideline characters bring a great interest into the curiosity of how it will all turn out. This lent a suspenseful air to the book as the plot moved on, especially in the last quarter of the novel.
You will not regret your choice. As book blogger for various publicists, she loves to share the latest and greatest about books coming out as well as her needle art and other crafty projects with some pictures of her nine-year-old AppleBlossom, four-year-old Almond Blossom the Rascal boy! That book gripped me from the first scene and captivated me ever since. It makes me look forward to the future endeavors of this author. He needed to compose his thoughts; he needed to come to grips with what had happened; most of all, he needed to forget that today had happened. My advice to you is to terminate your lease on this building and head back East or wherever it is you came from. I really enjoyed this story. However, she soon discovers the town and its older doctor may not welcome a new physician.
Raised in a family based on faith and nourished with love a gentle child became of woman with a sweet spirit and a gift of healing. Even in a city that had once been noted for its lawlessness, the crime was heinous, as was the thought that the man who had once promised to love and cherish Helen was responsible for her brutal death. Despite their firm principles, Elizabeth and Jason find that mutual attraction--and disdain from the community--is drawing them ever closer. Each character was developed as introduced to the novel and as their presence within grew. There was no point in destroying a perfectly good Stetson simply because he was angry. I really enjoyed how she didn't care about the gossip or people's opinions and how she put her patients first. Taking care of the women from a brothel is not something a doctor from 1887 Wyoming territory would have enjoyed doing, but that Elizabeth was so willing to care for what is seen as the lesser of society, I can't help but admire her in her strong beliefs and faith.
The story is thoroughly satisfying, including excellent follow-through of every challenge. Perhaps it is the hook from my childhood of a female doctor, or perhaps it is just that Elizabeth and Jason are so perfect for each other once they learn a little about themselves and what they really want versus what they were trained to believe earlier in life. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion - which I've done. Elizabeth Harding arrives in Cheyenne, Wyoming, to establish her medical practice thanks to the wooing of her two older sisters who extolled the beauty of the land. Perhaps we have taken for granted the path forged by the women pioneers. Now I just need to get my hands on the previous two books. The back cover copy of With Autumn's Return instantly had me thinking of that real life story, so I thought I'd give it a try.