I requested this book and found I had already read it with a new title "Catching Katie" published by HeartQuest. It is the same book.
In 1916 Idaho, Katie Jones has dedicated her life to the campaign for women's suffrage. Until now she has successfully avoided the ties of marriage, fearing it would obscure her message. Will her growing love for childhood chum Ben Rafferty compromise her calling?
She knew she did't need a man But wanting one was something different.
I really enjoyed this book.
After years of working in Washington for the women's sufferage movement, Katie Jones returns to her native Idaho, where women have the right to vote, but seldom exercise it. Her arrival back home--with unpopular beliefs and the courage to voice them---throws the entire town into an uproar, inspiring some and angering many more.
Ben Rafferty, her oldest and dearest friend, proves to be her most ardent supporter. . .and possibly her downfall. For seeing Ben again
sparks feelings in Katie completely at odds with her notions of women"s independence---emotions her mind fervently resists, but which have her heart voting an enthusiastic "yes!"