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Dr. Dad
     

Dr. Dad

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by Judith Arnold
 

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Changed by fatherhood…

Between a rebellious teenager and a busy medical practice, Dr. Toby Cole didn't have a moment to himself. In fact, until an attractive actress moves into the neighborhood he'd never once considered filling the void in his life in all the years since he lost his wife.…

Healed by love

Giving up her TV series for a

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Changed by fatherhood…

Between a rebellious teenager and a busy medical practice, Dr. Toby Cole didn't have a moment to himself. In fact, until an attractive actress moves into the neighborhood he'd never once considered filling the void in his life in all the years since he lost his wife.…

Healed by love

Giving up her TV series for a farmhouse in Connecticut is Susannah Dawson's antidote to a bad love affair and all the backstabbing she endured in Hollywood. Now the doctor next door is offering the family she craves, and yet she's not convinced his prescription is a good idea. Until a crisis proves there is something—and someone—more valuable than her independence.…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426849114
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
11/01/2009
Series:
Daddy School , #4
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
119,176
File size:
216 KB

Meet the Author

Judith Arnold has written more than eighty novels. Her novel Love In Bloom’s was honored as a best book of the year by Publishers Weekly, and she has won many Reviewers Choice Awards from Romantic Times BOOKreviews. Her Superromance Barefoot In The Grass has appeared on the recommended reading lists of cancer support groups and hospitals.

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Dr. Dad 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Susannah Dawson fled Hollywood after being the TV star of popular soap opera Mercy Hospital. She moves to Arlington in northwest Connecticut to get as far away from Los Angeles as possible. Living next door to Susannah is handsome pediatrician, Dr. Toby Cole a widower and his precocious but troubled daughter Lindsey.

Without asking, Lindsey invites Susannah to join them for dinner. Lindsey is a big fan of Susannah¿s show, which Toby never heard of, let alone seen. As the neighbors become acquainted with one another, they fall in love. However, Lindsey has problems and does not want to share her beloved new friend with her Dr. Dad. Lindsey is reaching out to TV celebrity Dr. Lee Davis or at least celebrity Susannah, but instead receives homebody Sue Dawson. If Lindsey fails to adjust to the possibility that the former star could be her new mother, Toby and Sue will grieve what could have been. Even the Daddy School cannot help this Trio.

Judith Arnold provides contemporary readers with a special treat, a return to the beloved ¿Daddy School¿. The story line centers on relationships, both loving and negative. Sue and Toby are a charming couple, but ten-year old Lindsey steals the show with her ulcer-giving tempestuous behavior that many readers will recognize. Any one who enjoys a warm tale that highlights the love between a father and daughter will want to read DR. DAD.

Harriet Klausner