The Rescue Doc's Christmas Miracle

The Rescue Doc's Christmas Miracle

by Amalie Berlin

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The Rescue Doc's Christmas Miracle by Amalie Berlin

From partners to parents!

Dr. Gabriel Jackson and paramedic Penny Davenport make a great team—despite driving each other crazy! She’s Manhattan Mercy’s daredevil helicopter pilot, who thrives on adventure after a childhood spent wrapped in cotton wool, while he’s the cautious flight doctor who, after a disastrous marriage, will never take risks again.

But after the elation of surviving a storm explodes into passion, Penny discovers she’s pregnant! This could be an unforgettable Christmas—if they listen to their hearts and take the greatest risk of all!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488020834
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 11/01/2017
Series: Christmas in Manhattan , #4
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 721,752
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

A large part of my existence involves daydreaming--whether I'm supposed to be paying attention to something else or not, and that's how it's always been. I'm blessed that now I get to call my attention-deficit rudeness something else: Working :) I live with my family and a passel of critters in rural southern Ohio, in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian mountains, on a cleared spot of land plopped in the middle of national forest. Everywhere I look it's either hills with trees or fields with cows. If you had a view like that, you'd spend lots of time watching the people inside your head too. I'm lying--I do that--the area is beautiful, the air is clean and fresh if you count out those gassy cows, and the people are nice. Plus, the Great Serpent Mound is within easy driving distance if I ever feel the need to visit mysterious places--and really, who doesn't feel that need sometimes? When not cow watching, mysterious place visiting, or writing, I love to read, watch movies, make stuff with my hands, and geek-out over documentaries. Any documentary. Even the ones with subjects I have absolutely no desire to learn about prior to discovering there is a documentary about it... I think it must be some kind of Geeky Syndrome which I shall one day try to have diagnosed and named after me. I also like to learn various antiquated(yet awesome) skills. In case of Zombiepocalypse, I'll still have bread, cheese, jam, lacy under-things(I love tatting!), granulated sugar, fluffy marshmallows and I'll always have something new to read. Carbs 1 -- Zombies 0!

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LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
Sexy, sweet and tension filled! If you've been reading along with the Christmas in Manhattan series at all, you will recognize the Davenport family. It's been a great series, and Penny might just turn out to be my favorite one yet! She's sassy and doesn't act like she comes from the glamour and prestige that we know she does. She's definitely one of those characters that is a breath of fresh air where what you see is what you get. I really enjoyed going on this journey with her and her sexy doc! Paramedic/rescue pilot Penny Davenport leads a daring and fun-filled life, but for her partner in the air Dr. Gabriel Jackson, she's a whirlwind that is hard to keep grounded! When a risky turn of events lead them stranded for the night, they have a slip up in the resistance they had built around their attraction for each other and spend a passion filled night together. No harm no foul, they decide to forget it ever happened ... until she finds out their romp has left them with a baby on the way! Gabriel guards himself with a wall around his emotions after a disastrous marriage in his past, so he has to work really hard to let himself get closer to Penny ... and the fact that she's a daredevil who doesn't want to be reigned in doesn't make for an easy-going transition into parents-to-be. Will they find that the baby isn't the only thing drawing them towards each other in the end?