From doctor...to daddy?
Neurosurgeon Wes Van Allen is used to being at the top of his game, so when an accident puts him in a wheelchair, he'll push himself to the limit to regain his strength - he just needs a physical therapist who can keep up! Enter Mary Harris, whose sweet kisses he's never forgotten! She'll help Wes achieve his dream, if he helps her achieve hers - a baby! Captivated by Mary's sunny optimism, dare Wes hope for the ultimate miracle - a family, with Mary by his side?
|Edition description:||Original Large Print|
|Product dimensions:||4.10(w) x 6.10(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
USA Today Bestselling author Lynne Marshall used to worry she had a serious problem with daydreaming, then she discovered she was supposed to write those stories! A late bloomer, she came to fiction writing after her children were nearly grown. Now she battles the empty nest by writing romantic stories about life, love, and happy endings. She's a proud mother and grandmother who loves babies, dogs, books, music, and traveling.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Miracle for the Neurosurgeon by Lynne Marshall captivated me from the outset. I always learn something when I read a novel by Ms. Marshall and she definitely didn’t disappoint with this one. She does extensive research when writing her medical novels and it definitely shows. I loved reading about Wes’ vulnerability and Mary’s desire to help him. Even though Wes believed his life was forever changed by his accident, he learned how to persevere. As medical science progressed, he took advantage of it and was able to reclaim his career. This is a must read for anyone who loves reading a medical romance. This is definitely worthy of five stars and I wish it could be rated higher as this was such a fabulous read. I commend Ms. Marshall for tackling this storyline as I haven’t read one about a paraplegic quite like this. Kuddos, Ms. Marshall! I highly recommend Miracle for the Neurosurgeon and any medical romance written by Ms. Marshall.
An inspirational story of overcoming what life throws at you and finding a way to be all that you can be regardless! I really enjoyed this "feel good" story ... not only did we feel the genuine fondness that they felt for each other from the very beginning of the book, but as they let their guard down and shared their inner most thoughts and feelings with each other, we watched their inner beings strengthen and a personal depth shine through. Great characters, a solid plot and a top of the line job of showing the drawbacks of life in a wheelchair, as well as a good bit about newer studies and technologies that are being developed. Neurosurgeon Wesley Van Allen was at the top of his game when a freak accident put him into a wheelchair and stripped him of the ability to see a future worth anything at all. He is angry and bitter and trying with all of his might to not become the weakling that people see when they see him in this contraption. Physical therapist Mary Harris has known and adored Wes for years as his sister's best friend. She is putting her foot down and taking over for a couple of months to get him whipped into shape. She won't let him ignore the part of him that doesn't work anymore, and is set on getting him stronger and better equipped with skills to achieve the brogjt future he can easily still have! As attraction boils to the surface and awkward talks abound, will they decide to take their friendship to a new level? And when Wes finds out that Mary would give anything to have a baby ... will he volunteer to be the daddy?