Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Review: With Autumn's Return by:Amanda Cabot

With Autumn's Return (Westward Winds, #3)
About the Book:
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. She's certain she'll have a line of patients eager for her expertise and gentle bedside manner. However, she soon discovers the town and its older doctor may not welcome a new physician. Even more frustrating, the handsome young attorney next door may not be ready for the idea of a woman doctor. For his part, Jason Nordling has nothing against women, but he's promised himself that the woman he marries will be a full-time mother.

Despite their firm principles, Elizabeth and Jason find that mutual attraction--and disdain from the community--is drawing them ever closer. 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.

About the Author:
Amanda Cabot is the bestselling author of the Texas Dreams series, Christmas Roses, Summer of Promise, and Waiting for Spring. Her books have been finalists for the ACFW Carol Awards and RWA's Booksellers Best. She lives in Wyoming. Find out more at www.amandacabot.com.

My Review:
Elizabeth wants to prove that women can practice medicine, but it seems her temper is causing her some problems.Especially, when she first meets Jason, a handsome attorney who just happens to be next door to her. She felt he was wrong when he said that women should be in the home and not practicing medicine, so she kind of got a little fierce with her words. With him being her neighbor, now she had to see him day after day. How is she ever going to make it?

The last thing Jason expected, was to find out the doctor next door was a woman, a pretty one at that. She didn't know what to expect in this town or even the peoples reactions. And now they both had been invited to a party, and it seems she has already upset a few of the towns folk. 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. Which doesn't seem such a bad idea, but is she going to except his help?

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Revell.