In “With Autumn’s Return” by Amanda Cabot we are once again taken to 1880’s Wyoming. Elizabeth Harding is the third Harding sister and she has moved to Wyoming to open her medical practice. She has big dreams and plans and is sure that she will have many patients. When she has a run-in with her neighbor, Jason, she learns that he disapproves of her profession. And unfortunately for her many of the people feel the same way and do not want to see a woman doctor. Jason also has troubles with his law practice when he and the town find out that he defended a guilty man whom they all thought was innocent. As the two spend more time together, Jason soon changes his mind about Elizabeth and the two become friends. What neither Jason nor Elizabeth counted on was for that friendship to develop into something more. When one of the wealthiest men in Cheyenne is murdered the two must work together in order to see the guilty person caught.
This is the third book in the Westward Winds trilogy and it is another well written story that will transport you to 1887 Cheyenne. In this book we see how God is in control of our lives when we put our trust in Him and that He knows best even when we have our own plans. This book can be read as a standalone but I highly recommend reading “Summer of Promise” and “Waiting for Spring” for Abigail and Charlotte’s stories. I received a complimentary copy of this book to review from Revell.