How does a man come back from the brink? Billionaire Lincoln Montgomery, a Nobel-Prize-winning doctor, nearly lost himself after the death of his wife and unborn child. Now, years later, he wants nothing more than to find a woman to share his life with, but doesnt believe true love can come around twice in a lifetime. A single tee shot and a glimpse of perfection changes his life forever by sending him just the woman to help heal his soul.
Secrets that have been buried for fourteen years and a deeply scarred soul have prevented Dr. Nicole Harris from finding true love. A beautiful woman who only sees herself as average, she perceives herself as someone whom nobody would want but seeks to atone for the consequences of her decisions. Then a chance encounter brings Lincoln Montgomery into her world. Fearful that the man shes fallen in love with will discard her if he ever learns the truth, she vows to keep her secrets buried.
But what happens when the love of two lifetimes is confronted with the dark secrets that could destroy them both? Can Lincoln and Nicole both survive their pasts and forge a future together, or will one final secret destroy their love for good?
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The Infertile Heart
I just happened on this book in NetGalley. I am so glad I requested it and got it. I don't usually read doctor stories. Most seem cut and dry. That sure isn't this book! I would up with the tissue boxes in my lap. I liked that the story lines ran all over the place. First I lose Elizabeth along with Lincoln. Then three years later he meets Nicole. She is shocked and he jumps back into life with his friends. I like all the football games. I'm glad you rolled over Florida. I'm an FSU fan myself! About the time they get free with each other along comes Aubrey and out come the tissues. I just lost it when Nicole and Lincoln misunderstood listening to each other. I had to get up and walk away several times. I am an old softy. There are surprises all over this story. Don't let this book get away! I hope I can read your next book. I volunteered to read and review this book