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Kansas Courtship

Kansas Courtship Town founder Zeb Garrison is finally getting his wish a qualified physician is coming to High Plains Yet when Dr N Mitchell turns out to be the very pretty Nora Mitchell Zeb is furious The storm torn

  • Title: Kansas Courtship
  • Author: Victoria Bylin
  • ISBN: 9780373828319
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • Town founder Zeb Garrison is finally getting his wish a qualified physician is coming to High Plains Yet when Dr N Mitchell turns out to be the very pretty Nora Mitchell, Zeb is furious The storm torn town needs a doctor, but Zeb needs someone he can trust not another woman who s deceived him If Nora s going to change his mind, she ll have to work fast All she haTown founder Zeb Garrison is finally getting his wish a qualified physician is coming to High Plains Yet when Dr N Mitchell turns out to be the very pretty Nora Mitchell, Zeb is furious The storm torn town needs a doctor, but Zeb needs someone he can trust not another woman who s deceived him If Nora s going to change his mind, she ll have to work fast All she has is a one month trial to prove her worth High Plains, and to Zeb.

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    1. I loved this one! Fiesty Doctor verses stubborn male! Classic one. Plus, i love how they continued to incorporate the running story of the missing twins and everything. I'm glad that peace was found and that people came to an understanding that prejudice isn't right matter race, religion or color. Sometimes we have to overcome biases that society forms of people or certain jobs, to show that no matter what you do, as long as it's all for His Glory, then you know you are doing it for the right re [...]

    2. Sharon Troy Centanne's review of:Kansas Courtship (After the Storm: The Founding Years #3) by Victoria BylinTown founder Zeb Garrison is overworked and he knows it. The town of High Plains he helped found only two years before has been devastated by a tornado and he owns the only sawmill in town. To add to his stress, the town doctor has died of old age and he is in charge of finding a new one who can meet the needs of his storm damaged town. He is not happy when his ad for a new doctor results [...]

    3. The third and final book in this "After the Storm" series was good. But I had a lot of mixed feelings.The story in itself was interesting. A man discovers the doctor he was hiring was a woman and, in his opinion, incapable of performing the duties they had. Yet, in spite of that, the chemistry is there and Zeb cannot help but to fall in love with the lady doctor. He watches her treat sick children, but doubts any man would ever go to her to be treated.Then tragedy strikes and things really heat [...]

    4. Zeb Garrison has been looking for a new Dr for High Plains, Kansas since a year ago when Pete Benjamin's wife died in childbirth along with his son. Dr Dempsey was 82 years old and being run ragged.He awaited Dr N. Mitchell's arrival hoping this 5th Dr to be interviewed would not be another quack like the previous four, the worst being one they nick named Dr Gruesome.Dr Nora Mitchell had 14 disappointing refusals already and she was concerned it this would be the 15th. Men just seemed to refuse [...]

    5. ENJOYED this book! I LOVED Dr.Nora Mitchell (and Zeb!) Probably VERY accurate for the time period (1860).After not being able to get a job in BIG CITY New York, Dr.Nora Mitchell, arrives in a small Kansas town, after a tornado, to start work as the new Dr. (after the OLD Dr. dies.) MOST of the people in the small town don't want ANYTHING to do with a 'WOMAN' Dr including the man, mill worker, Zeb Garrison, who would like to 'court' her. He just doesn't think a woman has any place as a Dr. at fir [...]

    6. I absolutely loved this book. I read the first half of this book in one day and if I had had another free day I would have finished it in two days. I loved both Nora and Zeb. I liked how Nora did not use her first name in answering the ad for the doctor. I think it was such a shame that women had to fight to do anything in that time but am glad that some people accepted women as equals. I could not put this book down and enjoyed it until the last page. This was the first book I read from The Aft [...]

    7. I enjoyed this book just as much as the first two in the series. Gratefully, there were enough twists, turns, and surprises in the plot to keep me reading quickly. The main character, Dr. Nora Mitchell, has, in my opinion just the right combination of self-assurance, vulnerability, independence, and kindness to make her likeable. It would have been very easy for her to come across as too bossy or bold, and then the story wouldn't have worked as well. All readers who love historical fiction will [...]

    8. "I couldn't put this book down. I enjoyed the characters and the plot was realistic. I thought Nora was a strong woman, she'd have to be, being a female doctor, and I liked how she relied on God to see her through her ordeals." From an eHarlequin member review, read more HERE.

    9. A very enjoyable story. The town and characters came alive with believable personalities. I couldn't help but root for the spunky Dr. Nora. I didn't realize until I finished the book that it is the third in a series, but I never felt lost. A pleasant stand alone read, but I enjoyed the town so much I plan to read the first two books.

    10. This story hooked me from the moment the heroine declared she wanted to be addressed as Dr. Mitchell. I love strong heroines who know what they want and go for it. This novel was a delight from start to finish, keeping me up far too late.

    11. Town founder needs a doctor. When a woman shows up when he's expecting a man, things don't go well. The lady doctor makes the best of things, sparking against the man again and again. . . but still caring about him and the town.

    12. I loved this one so much I called my friends and told them to read it too. Great story, great setting, good suspense.

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