Rebecca Jepson’s My Heart Belongs in Glenwood Springs, Colorado: Millie’s Resolve is an enjoyable read. I was drawn to the characters and suffered along with them through their struggles. I believe readers looking for an historical romance will enjoy the story as much as I did.
Thrown into the midst of nursing a patient with an acute case of asthma, Millie Cooper has to choose whether to accept the case and nurse the mother of the man she was in love with and believed she would wed or refuse and possibly let Katherine Drexel die.
To complicate the choice even more, Stephen Drexel has married, his wife is expecting their third child, and Millie would also be expected to attend Florence as she awaits her child’s birth.
John Drexel, the man who forbid her marriage to his brother, insists she accompany him to his home to assist his mother during a severe asthma attack. She puts the patient above her own hesitance and moves into his home. Katherine Drexel resents Millie’s interference, but Millie continues providing care for her and Florence.
As time passes, Millie and John are drawn together but the situation becomes complex when John returns to Philadelphia and Typhoid fever strikes the household.
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