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NYC Angels: Unmasking Dr. Serious (NYC Angels)

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Gorgeous surgeon—with a guarded heart

Hotshot surgeon Dan Morris fixes his little patients' hearts, but no woman has ever melted the icy barricades around his own.Then he meets cheery Molly Shriver, the physiotherapist treating his injured son. Her joie-de-vivre helps Dan see the world in a new light. Molly might be able to see behind Dan's mask to the damaged man beneath,
Published April 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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carol ann
really enjoyed this book loved the medical romance well-written loved the characters I've loved this series so far can't wait to read the next one,
We all know that when someone is moody and over demanding the best way to handle them is to let your smile blind them like bright rays of sunshine, it will infuriate them to the point of insanity!

In this read the third book in the all new Mills and Boon NYC Angels series, it is exactly what bright, always cheerful Molly does to Mr- melt-all-my-defences-your-heart-is mine Dr Dan Morris.

Dan's son is in need of of help regaining the ability to walk and Molly is the best in the business.

However M
Dan's a paediatric heart surgeon. Molly's a physical therapist. The love of Dan's life is his son Josh, a physical therapy patient, having lost the use of his legs ina car accident. Molly's cheerful approach to therapy soon wins the hearts of the father and son duo.

Molly nurses a lot of hurt inside, which doesn't necessarily show up on the surface.But she's sore at the second best tag she's been stuck with. Her adoptive parents adored her - until their own child was born. Her previous boyfriend
I could not put this book down. I especially loved the character development in the hero throughout the book.
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D'aww, why so serious, Doc?
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During her childhood years Laura Iding spent hours writing love stories, convinced she'd be an author when she grew up. But her parents convinced her to get a real job so she went to college to become a registered nurse. While she loved being a critical-care nurse, she eventually came back to her first love, writing. She's thrilled to combine her two favorite careers i
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