Grey's Anatomy meets Sweet Magnolias in this steamy, small-town hospital romance series.
My first two years on the oncology wing at St. Agnes Memorial Hospital were . . . tumultuous. The near-constant tension between Dr. Deacon Girard and me, a disastrous relationship, and losing a favorite patient might have made me second-guess my decision to move to Harper Springs . . . if it wasn't for my friends. Having them in my life makes everything else bearable.
When one friendship begins to grow into something more, well, maybe it's time to move on and forget about Deacon.
If only I can . . .
I haven't run away from a damn thing since I was a kid, but I'll admit that's exactly what I did after things got too intense between Emma and me. I took off for Eastern Europe, telling myself that I was there for kids who needed my brand of medical expertise. But the truth was that I had to get away from Emma . . . because what I feel for her scares the hell out of me.
I've been down this path before, and I know the kind of pain love brings with it. I don't need to do this again. So even after I return to St. Agnes Hospital, I try to forget what was between us. I ignore my own heart.
For as long as I can . . .
Emma has a choice to make
Argh! This is why I tend to stay away from trilogies...I hate my emotions being torn in two! Deacon is back after a year away, looking forward to seeing Emma, but has Emma moved on or will she be as happy to see him.
No spoilers, but does anyone think it’ll be that easy? There’s going to be hurt feelings for someone involved, and lots of words that maybe should have been left unsaid.
This book is certainly a page turner and kept me engaged from page one. I have some strong feelings as to what I wanted to happen and what I hope happens in the upcoming conclusion to Deacon and Emma’s story. But no matter how it all ends, Tawdra Kandle has written an engaging and enthralling story of conflict and personal growth.
I love medical romances
This is the second book in this series and it’s been a year since book one left off. Deacon has returned to Florida, but Emma doesn’t want anything to do with him. Emma and Noah have become really good friends, but will they take their relationship to the next level? I’m not going to leave any spoilers, but I will say, I loved this book. Yes, I cried a few tears, but I also laughed in parts. Do yourself a favor and grab your copy and get ready to fall in love with all of these characters. I can’t wait to read more from this author.
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