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A Surgeon's Care

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Opposites attract - so they say!

Even though the legendary Professor Sam Chadwick was renowned as a hard taskmaster, on his arrival at her hospital Dr Penny Hatfield found herself immediately attracted to him. But how could they have a relationship when Sam's mercurial temper threatened any progress they might make? When they unexpectedly found themselves on holiday togethe
Hardcover, Large Print Edition, 284 pages
Published December 31st 1997 by Mills & Boon (first published November 8th 1996)
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I read the regular softback but there's no entry for it on Goodreads. Not to matter, it's all the same book. I'm going to spoil the ending for you and tell you flat out - he buys her a dishwasher. Ah, 1990s Australia, you truly were the cutting edge of women's lib.
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