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Mission: M.D. (Turning Points #4)

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Rachel Martin was through with men. But she desperately wanted a baby-- and was convinced a doctor should be the father. Where would she meet a medical man in Hunter's Ridge? Enter Turk Garrison, M.D.-- the tiny town's answer to McDreamy and her next-door neighbor. Turk wasn't thrilled with Rachel's plan, but A) he found himself falling for her, hard, and B) he had his own ...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books
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Mission MD by Linda Turner was just an okay book. Rachel Martin runs a bakery, all she has ever wanted was a baby. Her husband of 7 years lied to her(he got a vasectomy a week before they got married), and blamed her, she divorced him when she found out. So she hatches up a plan, she will get herself knocked up and not tell the guy and if it is a doctor, better. I didn't like this, it sounds so creepy to me to be honest, she doesn't go through with it but still, even Turk the hero was disgusted ...more
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Jan 13, 2014 Rachelle Coleman rated it liked it
I thought the book was good, Turk who moved from Dallas to get away from his ex girlfriend and his parents met a nice Bakery owner who just went through a bad experience and a bad marriage. I thought his part was well written but Rachel's part needed to be refined, she came off as a cold hearted woman who wanted nothing to with men, but he grew on her, the only things i didnt like was her character warning off Turk and his ex breaking in, changing his voicemail, some how getting his telephone nu ...more
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I got these and three other Mills&Boon books from my grandmother and at first I thought, ther is no way I want to read this. Yesterday I did'nt have anything else to read so I decided I'll give it a try.

It's a nice short novel which didn't take long and although the language is quite simple it's still written in a way which can be seen as a fun read. The characters are well portrayed and the plot is nice even if it is predictable.

Overall it exceded my expectations by far. I would certainly
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How good was Mission Md 1 1 Mar 21, 2015 11:41PM  
Born in San Antonio, Texas, Linda Turner and her identical twin sister, Brenda, were known throughout the neighborhood in which they grew up simply as "Twin."

No one except their parents and their older brother could tell them apart. They dressed alike, wore their hair alike, and even had the same glasses, so it wasn’t surprising that they were stared at everywhere they went.

Consequently, when Lind
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