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Enter into the world of high-flying Doctors as they navigate the pressures of modern medicine and find escape, passion, comfort and love - in each other's arms!
Making her his bride.

Children's doctor Rebecca McIntyre has learned over the years to rely on no one. She's every bit the modern, independent woman, and she dedicates herself to caring for her small patients. So it's rather disconcerting when things start to fall apart as soon as Dr Craig Braemar arrives on the scene. Scottish doctor Craig is very calm, and helps Rebecca by offering her a position in A&E and a place to stay until she gets things sorted.

Working together - and living together - they soon become close, and Rebecca finds that having everything kissed better by a distractingly handsome Scot is a habit a girl could get used to.

Proposing to the children's doctor - Joanna Neil

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Title
Proposing to the children's doctor
Author
Joanna Neil
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Mills & Boon
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20080704

Enter into the world of high-flying Doctors as they navigate the pressures of modern medicine and find escape, passion, comfort and love - in each other's arms!
Making her his bride.

Children's doctor Rebecca McIntyre has learned over the years to rely on no one. She's every bit the modern, independent woman, and she dedicates herself to caring for her small patients. So it's rather disconcerting when things start to fall apart as soon as Dr Craig Braemar arrives on the scene. Scottish doctor Craig is very calm, and helps Rebecca by offering her a position in A&E and a place to stay until she gets things sorted.

Working together - and living together - they soon become close, and Rebecca finds that having everything kissed better by a distractingly handsome Scot is a habit a girl could get used to.

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Joanna Neil had her future planned. She enjoyed her work as an infant teacher and didn't envisage any changes to her way of life. But then she discovered Mills & Boon. She was surprised to find how absorbing and interesting they were and read them on a regular basis. The more she read, the more she had the overwhelming desire to write one. Encouraged by her family, she persevered until her first book was accepted, and after several books were published, she decided to write full time.

Type
BOOK
Edition
Paperback original
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
192

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