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The Pull of the Moon

3.65 of 5 stars 3.65  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  7 reviews


Dr. Danni Goodlove would like to blame everything on the moon. If it hadn't been full that night, maybe the emergency room would have been quieter. Maybe one of the E.R. doctors would've had time to patch up firefighter Matt Creed. Maybe Danni could have stayed in Labor and Delivery where she belonged instead of attending Matt's injuries--and strug
ebook, Harlequin Superromance #838, 9 Months Later #17
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin SuperRomance Treasury (first published May 1st 1999)
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Well I discover this book through my mom's romance pile of books (we have loads if anyone interested)

I was curious about this book, so I went ahead and decided to read it. The story deals with Dr. Danni Goodlove, an Obstetrician who is about to get a whirlwind of her life. From a childhood past, Danni knew what she wanted to do and she made herself successful out of it . . . but something was missing. That empty gap in her heart and she realizes that at age 33 almost 34, she
Another Harlequin romance off my shelf! Cute story about an obstetrician and a fireman who fall in love but many obstacles need to be cleared before they have their happy ending. Add a pregnancy to the mix for more happiness!
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This book was ok. I didn't really like the characters or the story line. I wasn't really into this and kinda had to make myself finish. There wasn't anything really special or parts that stood out. The writing was fine, but it didn't pull me in and the characters just got on my nerves. They didn't seem strong and the 'friends' advice just made me mad. I wouldn't read this again and basically found it boring. Good Luck!
Pretty good romance novel.
seems like a good first effort, the first half is better written than the last, but the overall story is cute and worth sticking with
Dr.Danni Goodlove blames everyone for the full moon.Matt got injured, now danni has to treat his injures.what will happen next?!
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Darlene Graham, who won the Oklahoma Writers' Federation prestigious Teepee Award for Best Fiction Book of 1999, says that having witnessed birth, death and "everything in between" helps her put realistic emotions into her novels. Graham practiced as a registered nurse in Labor and Delivery and then Oncology for 20 years before she decided to translate all that real-life drama into romantic suspen ...more
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