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The Surgeon's Lady
     

The Surgeon's Lady

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by Carla Kelly
 

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As a surgeon in the Royal Navy, Lieutenant Philemon Brittle has proved his bravery countless times. But he's never known the thrill that comes with falling in love. Until he meets the beautiful Lady Laura Taunton, who has turned to nursing the wounded as solace from her unhappy past.

Philemon will need to draw upon every bit of his strength and

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Surgeon's Lady (Harlequin Historical Series #949) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
datahunter More than 1 year ago
This is a journey that too many women have taken over the centuries of "civilization". Laura's story is set in England during the war with Napoleon. After being sold into marriage to pay off a debt by her own father, Laura thought she had been humiliated enough. But her new husband found more ways to humiliate her. When he was stricken by disease she felt relieved, when he died of it three years latter she felt guilt over her joy. Now a few years later she receives a letter from a younger sister she didn't even know she had. Finally after waiting three months she opens the letter and decides to go visit her. Now starts a chain of events that teach her what suffering really is and how to endure it gracefully. She learns what love is supposed to be and she learns to stand up for herself and what is right. The tendrils of this story stay with you long after you put the book down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was not a fan of this book. The characters seemed to jump into certain rolls too quickly and unrealistically. I wish I had not wasted my time or money.
Kelly-Brady More than 1 year ago
It is so good to see Carla Kelly back. This is a wonderful, sensitive read. Unlike many Regencies the story is not about royalty or nobles but about the middle class.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Historically intriguing and action packed, this book is a read you won't want to miss. The best word to decribe it is endearing. Be warned, there are some mildly gruesome scenes and a lot more - military tension than Kelly's other books. Great read!
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