I'm not saying you shouldn't pursue the relationship, but I'd only recommend marrying her if she leaves the church because she discovers it's not true. That's what love is, right. Men and women must be willing to accept what they know to be true. Several of the apostles have grown up in part member homes. These exclusions, dictated by doctrine, hold the potential to create wedges between you, both immediately, and in the long term. Marriage is hard, period. The importance of modesty. I think the LDS have been vastly over-simplifying that doctrine.
But remember that it is also your wife's choice to obey or disobey, and that you have no authority over her as a person, either. This blog is very healthy because it has helped me to feel less resentful about all the time I have to spend alone doing homework and being at functions. I'm so happy to know another doctor's wife. Observe the suttle loony behavior of the family during thanksgiving. Having seen many examples of the disaster it becomes when a member spouse pushes, coerces, ultimatums the non-member spouse into being baptized, I have very assiduously steered clear of those methods from the start. I've never understood that bit of the LDS culture. The long antisocial hours often leave me feeling lonely, and when he is home he is so tired. I really wish that I can figure out how to balance the demands of his family and our life together and make everyone happy - I think it is going to be a long road ahead, especially considering that his practice is local to our families.
Cousin the same age who just got married has known her husband 6 months. The two of you can get married in the temple and live together forever for eternity. Marry a person based on his character, not his religion. Are you still working in interpreting or are you doing something totally different.
She will insist on raising her children in the Mormon church. How would that motivate you to work out every day to get a girl. If she is as real deal as you say she is, she believes this also.