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Country Midwife, Christmas Bride [NOOK Book]

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Midwife Lizzie Carmichael loves caring for the pregnant moms in the pretty village of Willowmere. Every time she holds a newborn baby she forgets about her own lonely life for a moment.... But what she can't stop thinking about is her new boss, Dr. James Bartlett!

Single dad James has always put his adorable twins--and his medical practice--first. But this Christmas, as his little family hangs up their stockings, James realizes that it's not ...

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Overview


Midwife Lizzie Carmichael loves caring for the pregnant moms in the pretty village of Willowmere. Every time she holds a newborn baby she forgets about her own lonely life for a moment.... But what she can't stop thinking about is her new boss, Dr. James Bartlett!

Single dad James has always put his adorable twins--and his medical practice--first. But this Christmas, as his little family hangs up their stockings, James realizes that it's not only his children who love Lizzie to pieces.... She might just be the perfect present for them all!


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426843396
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/1/2009
  • Series: Willowmere Village Stories Series , #420
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 474,856
  • File size: 126 KB

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Abigail is a widow who lives alone in a Cheshire village close to the Pennines, the range of peaks described as "the backbone of England."

The settings of her books cover hospital care, general practice, the Port Health Officers of the Manchester Ship Canal, and recently, a remote area of Newfoundland. Also in the pipeline is a book taking readers high into the sky with the helicopter emergency services covering the inner city; as always, there will be a strong romantic background.

Ever an avid reader of romance, she began writing some years ago at the suggestion of her sister--already an established author--and once her first book, Joel's Way, was accepted by Mills & Boon she continued to write.

A member of a local church, she is heavily involved in its activities and appreciates the fellowship to be found there.

She is blessed with three sons. The eldest is a clinical services manager with the NHS, residing near the Lake District, and the other two live close by in the same village as Abigail. They have given her three grandchildren to complete a close-knit family.
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