From the Back Cover:
The only daughter of a noted Montreal physician and educator, Cassandra Dell Winston inherited all the opportunities of Eastern society and affluence. Everything in her life had been cared for by her doting parents, and if she married wisely, the best of society would remain hers. There had never been a reason to think of any other life.
Promising interns were frequent guests in Dr. Winston's home, and the future looked bright as Cassie surveyed the possibilities around the dinner table. But youthful infatuations are left behind as she comes to know a serious, conscientious young doctor with an outstanding career before him.
But when he discloses his intention of doctoring in his hometown on the Western frontier, she is filled with uncertainties. If she goes with him, will love keep her there? Dare she pray that it would only be temporary, that after a time he'll return to a city practice?
They Called Her Mrs. Doc was a really good book! I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. It was a really nice, sweet story. I read this book with a friend, so that made it even more fun! I haven't read a lot of Janette Oke's books yet, but she is definitely a favorite author of mine and I'm looking forward to reading more of her books soon!
I give this book 9 out of 10 R's