Split Decision

Split Decision

by Romina Wilcox, Carole Cox


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781508609094
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/29/2015
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

ROMINA WILCOX has worked in Silicon Valley for the past twenty years, giving her a unique understanding of corporate life in semiconductor industry, which she cleverly infuses into her writing. She is the author of Cold Eyes, The Calendar, The P.I.G. Mantras and Pinkslipped.

CAROLE COX has a BS in.Chemistry and a BA in History. She worked in the Liver Transplant team at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) for ten years. Her work experience lead her to a deep academic experience studying on the graduate level in History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine. Prior to that, Carole worked at a chemical plant and Environmental Remediation. Currently, she works in the chemical industry and lives out her passion on her farm with her horses in the highlands of West Virginia.

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meghanrye600 More than 1 year ago
Just when you think ‘Split Decision’ is another one of those steamy romance novels, all your expectations are exceeded—this is a book you will not be able to put down. As a huge fan—and I mean HUGE—fan of TV shows like ER and House MD, I am a ready audience for a romantic thriller that deftly fleshes out the medical profession, paring it down to its last shred of intrigue. Split Decision is a multi-layered, deeply entertaining yarn about the medical profession—who says that doctors and surgeons live life in black and white?—and the various intrigues that surround them. In Split Decision, a talented, beautiful doctor finds herself in the middle of a controversy, and one that leaves her heart riven between the man she loves and the integrity she wants to live with. No easy decisions will be made, and even those she eventually makes leave her questioning the wisdom of it.   Split Decision has everything—from the shady dream boy who infatuates Casey, to a do-or-die situation in South America, all while showing us what goes on behind the scenes, under the white coat, beyond the operating theatre. Riveting even to the last chapter, this is a book to read on the beach or the subway.