First of all, congrats on nearing the end of your undergraduate academic life
Secondly, do NOT quit your tech job before you have another job lined up with an actual start date- not just a verbal offer. Have learned this lesson the hard way!
Is she going to allow you to practice with your IP or do you have to have sat for the boards and obtain your RN before starting work. If you can start with your IP, I say go for it and then keep pursuing other options closer to your fiance. Where I live, it takes on average a minimum of 6 months from the time my friends have begun job hunting to the time they start, and most have been searching for a year now. Therefore, never turn down experience just to sit at home and be closer to your fiance. I'm doing the long distance thing now and know how difficult this can be, but you'll have him the rest of your life. You just need a little experience to make you more marketable to the locations where you don't have contacts.
If I were you, I'd start applying/ making calls to HR in the area you're wanting to live and asking what the requirements are for a new grad, when they'll start taking applications/ a program start date, and if you can come meet with them and tour the hospital.
Overall, you have to do what will make you happy! Enjoy your last semester and good luck with your boards!!!