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  • ISBN-13: 9780373228133
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/1/2004
  • Series: Harlequin Intrigue Series , #813
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 4.24 (w) x 6.62 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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Bedside Manner


By Kelsey Roberts

Harlequin Enterprises, Ltd.

Copyright © 2004 Harlequin Enterprises, Ltd.
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0-373-22813-9


Chapter One

Dr. Chance Landry was in his office dictating notes about the patients he had seen that morning. In spite of the tedium of his chore, he couldn't stop smiling.

One of his patients had been his sister-in-law Savannah. It had been his great pleasure to tell her she was carrying his brother Seth's child. Savannah had made him promise not to say a word. She knew that Jasper, Montana, was a small town and she didn't want some gas station attendant telling Seth first.

His very large family was getting very much larger. Earlier in the year, his oldest brother, Sam, and his wife, Callie, had welcomed a baby boy, Samuel Sheldon Landry. He was their second son. The baby was called Sheldon. No one would dare refer to the baby as Junior, in Sam's and Callie's presence - or out.

His cousin Cade and his wife Barbara had a seven-month-old, Jackson Prather-Landry. Chance tensed when he thought about Jack's birth. Apparently, the boy was as impatient as his father, because he had come into the world almost three months early. Luckily, the neonatal unit in Helena was able to nurse him through those first few difficult months.

Speaking of nurses, Chance checked his watch. He had a date with a particularly fetching redheaded nurse this very evening.

He picked upanother file and tried to decipher his own scripted notes. It was no wonder Valerie was always on his case. His handwriting had become atrocious in his thirty-five years on Earth. He set the file aside. He'd have Val translate it for him later.

His mind conjured a picture of his assistant, Valerie Greene. She'd been with him for six years, but he really didn't know much about her. Except that she had a killer body and an incredibly exotic face. He knew she was part Native American, which wasn't all that uncommon in Montana. He knew she had completed medical school and then bailed after her internship. But he didn't know why. He knew she believed in holistic medicine and some of the tribal cures she had learned as a child.

Val's homemade remedies were basically harmless, so he didn't care that she often handed them out along with his traditional advice to his patients. She was a puzzle to him. He wasn't being vain when he said she was the only woman who had never come on to him. Thanks to the wonderful Landry genes, Chance was a pretty good-looking man. That, coupled with the fact that he was a doctor, seemed to draw women to him without requiring much effort on his part.

And he did love women. All women. Well, all except for one. She was the reason he'd go to his grave single and without a family. Some part of him still felt the pain of her abandonment deeply. The other part was afraid that he would repeat her actions.

Val stuck her head in the door. Her eyes, which he noted were an incredible kaleidoscope of colors that included greens, golds and browns, appeared troubled. He hoped it wasn't an emergency walk-in.

"Is someone here?" he asked.

She shook her head as she entered the office. "Stop turning the ringer off on your phone," she chided as if he were some delinquent child.

Funny, she was the only one in the office who spoke to him with such candor. Maybe that was why he liked having her on his staff.

"The hospital is calling - pick up line one. You've got a major problem."

"What kind of problem?" Chance asked, annoyed. The small, local hospital just outside of town often classified something as simple as a hangnail as a dire emergency.

"The kind that can end your career as a doctor."

SEVEN and a half minutes later, Chance turned side-ways to race through the glass doors of Jasper Commution area. Chance swallowed a groan. He wasn't in the mood for what he knew would be an unpleasant exchange between himself and Benton. The animosity they had shared in medical school had never abated. Chance had bested Benton in almost every rotation during their residency, and Benton held a grudge. It was ludicrous. Chance was happy in general practice. There wasn't any good reason for Benton to continue the childish air of competition.

Benton grabbed up the chart and began rifling through the pages. "What the hell were you thinking, Landry?" Benton challenged.

Chance ignored him long enough to be satisfied that the intervention was counteracting the symptoms. Dawson's respirations and pulse were returning to normal levels.

"It says right here on the chart that the patient is allergic to iodine," Benton continued.

(Continues...)



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