A brilliant new consultant joining a busy Obs and Gynae unit should be good news – except Jed Matthews is the last person Brooke Daniels wants to see again. Her shock at coming face to face with the man who ha brought her body and soul to life for one magical night six years ago pales beside the realization that Jed is eventually going to discover her secret. Brooke had her reasons for disappearing, but will Jed ever understand them – especially when he meets her young son, Toby....?
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About the Author
USA Today bestselling author Sarah Morgan writes contemporary romance and women's fiction. Her trademark humour and warmth have gained her fans across the globe and three RITA® Awards from the Romance Writers of America. Sarah lives with her family near London, England, where the rain frequently keeps her trapped in her office. Visit her at www.sarahmorgan.com
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The Midwife's Child based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A sweet novel and a decent read. It would be an especially good read if you are a single mother or had a lot of experience working in the maternity ward and/or medical field in general. I loved the guy. He is very devoted to the girl and patient with her, usually. He seems very masculine and arrogant enough to be hot, but not enough to be annoying. He's tall, dark, rich, handsome, and a doctor. But not completely flawless in that he seems to be a bit of a control freak at times, which actually makes him more likeable. I was not a big fan of the girl. She seemed like a good person and a hard worker. However, she has a lot of baggage and trust issues. This is supposed to make it understandable why she has misgivings about the relationship. However, at a certain point it can become a bit annoying at how difficult she is making the whole thing for the guy despite how hard he is trying. **Also, the novel is set in England so some of the language is difficult to follow if you're from the U.S. like me. There is also some medical jargon that can be difficult to understand at first (And yes, my background is medical but U.K. medical terminology can differ a bit from U.S. medical terminology) Of course, this is not a flaw in the book just something to be aware of if you're going to read it. Overall I give the book a 3 out of 5 stars. A decent read, not the best. A good way to pass the time if you're bored. Especially if you want to daydream about hot doctors who are good with children.