High-flying surgeon meets a real-life Mary Poppins!
Italian surgeon Alessandro Lombardi had it all--distinguished career, newborn heir, beautiful wife. But that life is gone forever now, and he and his little boy have come to Australia to start over.
Things start looking up when bubbly nanny and E.R. nurse Natalie Davies and her mischievous kitten move in! They put the smile back on his son's sad face, and Natalie ignites a flame in Alessandro's deeply guarded heart.
Nat hides her own heartache behind her twinkling eyes, but she's already fallen for Alessandro's little boy, and she knows she's in danger of tripping head over heels for a man who has sworn never to love again....
|Series:||Italian Surgeon...to Dad! , #460|
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About the Author
Amy Andrews was the kind of child who always had a story in her head. English was her favorite subject at school and she loved to write. Trouble is, once she started it was hard to stop her. Her teachers would ask for 100 words on her pet and she'd write 1000. They'd say, "Write a page describing your holiday," and she'd write 10. Editing has been a real challenge for Amy!
When she was growing up, her mother was always banging away on a typewriter, writing her own romance novel. It seemed to Amy a perfectly normal thing to do, and it was only natural for her, years later, to begin writing one herself--after all, she'd been sneaking off with her Mum's romance novels from the age of 11.
Amy wrote her first romance in 10 days whilst temporarily out of work and freezing her butt off in her first English winter. Getting out of the warmth of her bed was not an option, so to fill in her time she wrote the book that had been in her head for years. One chapter a day, for 10 days! Needless to say it was rejected, although it is still how she tends to write to this day--a chapter in a sitting.
On her return to Australia, Amy discovered Medical romances and, as a nurse, started to read them out of professional interest. After reading one where a doctor gave a patient a bedpan, she was spurred to switch genres and have a go at writing a medical herself. Never in all her years of nursing had she met a doctor who had, or would even consider, giving a patient a bedpan!
In the "real world" Amy is a part-time Paediatric Intensive Care Nurse and mother of two. Her goal is to write 20 books by the time she's forty.
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