A Mother for His Twins

A Mother for His Twins

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by Lucy Clark
     
 

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Day one in Paramatta's E.R. and surgical director Jennifer Thorngate's head is spinning—she's just met gorgeous surgeon Jasper Edwards! Simply being near him makes her sizzle. But Jennifer is determined not to allow her personal and professional worlds to collide.Her resolve is tested to the limit when she meets Jasper's little girls! Watching the loving

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Day one in Paramatta's E.R. and surgical director Jennifer Thorngate's head is spinning—she's just met gorgeous surgeon Jasper Edwards! Simply being near him makes her sizzle. But Jennifer is determined not to allow her personal and professional worlds to collide.Her resolve is tested to the limit when she meets Jasper's little girls! Watching the loving single dad with his twins puts the smile back on Jennifer's face…a smile that brings Jasper's heart back to life.Jasper is left with only one option: he must convince Jennifer that together they can all have the most wonderful life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426836220
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
07/01/2009
Series:
Harlequin Medical Romance Series , #405
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
File size:
146 KB

Meet the Author




Lucy Clark began writing romance in her early teens and immediately knew she'd found her calling in life. After working as a secretary in a busy teaching hospital, she turned her hand to writing medical romance. She currently lives in Adelaide, Australia, and has the desire to travel the world with her husband and children. Lucy largely credits her writing success to the support of her husband, family and friends.

She was born in England in the Lake District, but at the age of two, her parents decided to move to Australia and thankfully took her with them. Lucy loves the sunburst country, the land of sweeping plains, with its rugged mountain ranges and droughts and flooding rains! She recalls only happiness during her childhood, even when her two older sisters and older brother used to tease and manipulate her (like all older siblings).

She first discovered a passion for the written word when receiving excellent grades in her comprehension and English lessons and rather appalling grades for everything else. A "late bloomer" in the reading department, she would sit up until all ours of the night (or early morning) devouring one romance novel after the other. At the age of seventeen, she decided she could write one.

Lucy wrote her first manuscript, sent it over the wide, blue ocean to the offices of Mills & Boon in London and received a very nice rejection letter. The devastation set in. Dreams of becoming a well-known romance writer, of travelling the world, of book-signing tours, of international recognition...were blown away with the wind.

After meeting the man of her dreams and marrying him, Lucy decided to once more try her hand at writing a romance. While working full time in a hospital as a medical secretary for two busy orthopaedic surgeons, she typed up a fresh story and submitted it for publication. Rejection again. Although by this time, she'd called for reinforcements--her romance writing group. They provided counselling (lunches) and support (dinners). Then one day she had an idea! Lucy decided to try and write a Medical Romance book. This she did and broke through the barriers into the publishing world. Elation! Excitement! Euphoria! When she floated down from the clouds, she now realized the enormous task that lay ahead in producing further work. Planning books is now a necessity, editing is an appalling process that unfortunately must be done. Ideas, medical research, characters, situations and settings now fill most of her time...along with her family, of course.

Lucy looks forward to a long and happy association with her characters, her editors and her readers with only one eternal wish. That the dry sense of humor she and her husband share doesn't get her into trouble, as it often has in the past!

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