Creature Comfort, the largest animal hospital in Tennessee, treats animals of all sizeshorses and cattle as well as family pets. In this heartwarming series, you'll meet the patients and their owners, and you'll get to know the men and women who love and care for creatures great and small.
Ever since she was a child, Dr. Sarah Marsdon has known she wanted to be a vet. Now she's joined the staff of Creature Comforta state-of-the-art animal hospital in Memphis. She's professional, dedicated and determined to save every one of her patients. And no bean counter is going to stand in her way.
Mark Scott doesn't know much about animals. He does know about profit and loss, which is why he's in charge of the clinic's budget. And he intends to stick to his business plan.
Until Dr. Sarahand a small abandoned puppy named Nasdaqshow him that his calculations are dead wrong.
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About the Author
Carolyn has won three Maggie Awards and was twice a finalist for the Rita Award.
She has lived in Germany, France, Italy, and twoo many cikties in the U.S.A. to count. She holds a master's degree in English.
She lives in an old house outside Memphis, Tenessee, with three cats,three horses and one husban
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
She fled Minnesota for what promised to be the veterinary job of a lifetime to Dr. Sarah Marsdon in Tennessee at the Creature Comfort Veterinary Clinic. However, underestimated budgeting especially on buying of state of the art equipment causes a fiscal crunch on the new clinic. Sarah wants only the best for her patients so she prepares to go to war with the bottom line accountant, Mark Scott to obtain what was promised to her when she accepted the position. Mark sees no added value to adding debt by purchasing equipment that he believes the clinic cannot afford or absolutely need. However, he must deal with the spunky Sarah who refuses to take no for an answer as well a nearly drowned puppy. Now the bottom line wizard finds two beings reaching into his heart as no one human or animal has ever done before. THE MONEY MAN is a delightful contemporary romance that showcases the health cost issue by substituting animals for humans to paint the full treatment/care vs. cost debate though the same dilemma applies to pets. Though an underlying seriousness sifts through the plot, the story line retains humor mostly through the deep characterizations of the secondary cast mostly four legged in nature. Carolyn McSparren provides the audience with a powerful tale that will evoke feelings from the hard core reader yet does it through humor rarely seen in a sub-genre novel. This one deserves awards for entertainment and relevance. Harriet Klausner