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Falling for Dr. Dimitriou

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Mills & Boon Medical series brings you pulse-racing medical dramas...

The man to mend her heart

Dr Katherine Burns desperately needs time to grieve, and what better place to do it than Greece. The peaceful shores are a far cry from the bright lights of bustling London! Yet when her new sanctuary is disrupted by a hunky Hercules on the beach, Dr Alexander Dimitriou, Kat

Published July 29th 2014 by Harlequin Medical Romance
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Aug 11, 2014 Pam rated it it was amazing
Falling for Dr. Dimitriou is a medical romance by Anne Fraser. It is set in a small village in beautiful Greece. The characters are very realistic and the plot is simple but with a twist. It is a great summer read or something to read just to get your mind off reality.
Dr. Katherine Burns is a well-accepted doctor in public health. First she was a doctor, then went into epidemiology and loved the puzzle of figuring out infectious diseases. However, it was research and finding a way to prevent ou
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Dr. Katherine Burns has come to Greece to get in touch with her roots, and to finish her thesis. As far as she is concerned, there is nothing wrong with being married to her work. Until her interactions with the local doctor make Katherine think twice about her self-imposed loneliness.

Dr. Alexander Dimitriou never thought he would look twice at a woman after his wife’s death. Then the uptight English doctor appears in their village and forces Alexander to think again. Something about the pain he
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Anne Fraser was born in Scotland. When she was eight her parents took the family to South Africa where Anne spent the next nine years. When she finished school Anne returned to Scotland and trained as a nurse. After several months travelling- including eight in a Kibbutz-Anne returned to Scotland where she met her doctor husband.

Four years at Aberdeen University reading English Literature followe
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