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Wedding Bells for the Village Nurse (The Bluebell Cove Stories #1)

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Healing the surgeon’s heart

It’s a glorious summer’s day when Jenna Balfour returns to the enchanting Devonshire village of Bluebell Cove. Watching the hazy sunshine glinting off the white-tipped ocean, Jenna knows she’s home for good. She’s welcomed back by the local community with open arms. The only person who keeps his distance is enigmatic Dr Lucas Devereux. But warm-

Published June 2010 by Harlequin (first published May 1st 2010)
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May 08, 2017 kye_sg rated it it was ok
this is a terrible book to read. i wanted to like the story but the way it ws written didn't allow me to feel anything but wanting the book to end. the author failed to instil any emotional feels in me, it was very much like reading a high school composition. i wasnt at all convinced of Lucas's feelings for jenna,.vice versa. neither did i feel he was as deeply hurt by his attack nor the betrayal of his ex & all of a sudden both starts thinking they love each other & enough to ask for je ...more
I'm afraid this was the hardest book I've read all year. And it's a shame because it's my first ever medical Mills and Boon read. I picked it up thinking I usually devour Mills and Boons books in two to three days - not with this one!

I loved the setting, it being in Devon, but most of the time this book was very telling and not very showing. I never actually saw the relationship between the two developing, I was just being told about it. Therefore I found myself not caring.

I did finish it thou
Karine Darnessy
Jan 25, 2016 Karine Darnessy rated it it was ok
Intégrale regroupant wedding bells et christmas in bluebell cove. Des personnages fades et des histoires sans énergies.
Mon avis complet via le lien.
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Jun 08, 2014 Lyn Townsend rated it it was ok
Nice characters but not very well written
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