This is the third book in the Westward Wind's trilogy.
Elizabeth Harding has finally made it to her own office, her own practice. One glitch. She is not a he. This is a male dominated time frame, where a woman doctor isn't easily accepted, or quite frankly, is rejected. What is worse is this area she moved too is suppose to be "open minded" to a female doctor.
Elizabeth's office neighbor is a male, and a handsome single lawyer. A lawyer who doesn't want a female doctor for starters. Thus this is the start of her new life, carrier and job. Between people falling in love, a murder, and a whole lot more this book has a good pace and is a good close to most of the things in the series.