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The Doctor's Daughter: A Virtue, Arizona Novel

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Verity tends to tell tall tales, despite her name. Everyone knows she's prone to exaggeration, and no one seems to mind. No one except the mysterious man who winds up wounded and in need of a doctor's care.

The newly dubbed "Mr. Smith" has lost his memory, and is of no help in filling in the blanks about his real name or his past that yawn like a bottomless canyon. While h
Kindle Edition, 184 pages
Published October 12th 2016 by Blushing Books Publications
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Scarlet Fanning
Book 1 Virtue, Arizona series

Two men found a nude man unconscious on the road outside of Virtue, Arizona. They brought him into the Doctor's house, covering his private parts with a hat. The doctor is out on a call, so his medically trained (but not yet a doctor) daughter Verity Bucknell is the only one to care for him. His leg is badly bruised with a horse shoe print on it, so she fixes a split for him. There is a bad knot on his head -- concussion. When he wakes days later in the downstairs be
Oct 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing
When I read that Patricia Green finished her time off and was writing again, I did the happy dance, and my husband thought either we won the lottery or I was crazy. We didn't win the lottery but Patricia Green is back with a marvelous book.the daughter was just a few months short of medical school because of finances and in this time period, men thought women should cook, clean and raise a bunch of kids. When her father, the doctor, was out of town on a call so the daughter took care of emergenc ...more
Susan Anderson
6th October 2016 The Doctor's Daughter ~ Patricia Green Read on 6th October 2016 5 stars !

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The Doctor's Daughter is a fabulous book for the avid spanko fan. The storyline takes us to the west of the US set about mid to late 1800 I guess. Our girl Verity trained to be a doctor like her father but after her mother passed away she had to stop her schooling and go home to help raise her younger sisters. But, when her father is called away
Kathy Heare Watts

When a couple of the townsmen bring in an unconscious, injured man into the doctor’s office, Verity, daughter to Dr. Bucknell must tend to him since the doctor was away on another call. Verity had been in medical school in Boston when their mother died and was summons back home to Virtue, Arizona to help take care of her siblings. Why was this man found outside of town, with a knot on the back of his head, an injured leg, and stripped of his clothing? When he finall
Hope W
Oct 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Reading this ARC copy in exchange for an honest review was delightful. Once I started reading this story I did not want to put it down. After "Mr. Smith" was found in the road, beaten and passed out , he was brought to Dr. Bucknells office. Verity, who assists her father, took care of his injuries and helped him until he woke up. However, "Mr. Smith" could not remember anything about what happened to him or about his past. Even during this time of confusion, Verity and "Mr. Smith" felt a pull to ...more
Rachel Vine
Dec 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing
A mystery man is found unconscious, naked except for a single sock. In the absence of her father, the doctor in the town of Virtue, Arizona, Verity, who has partially trained as a doctor, takes care of him. When the man comes round he appears to have lost his memory, and Virtue calls him Mr. Smith, as a temporary name. From the start there is a spark between Verity and the mystery man, who is not inhibited in spanking her when she tells him some lies, but she and her family, as well as Mr Smith ...more
Oct 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
When Joshua is carried into Dr. Bucknell's office naked and unconscious, Dr. Bucknell's daughter Verity is the only one available to treat him. Verity remains by his side as he struggles to regain consciousness. Unfortunately when he finally awakens he remembers practically nothing about his life. Verity remains by his side nursing him back to health, and slowly the relationship evolves from doctor/patient to something more.

I enjoyed this story. It had somewhat of an innocent feel to it, but at
Oct 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This western has it all- believable characters, action, and redemption. Verity is one of the daughters of Dr. Bucknell. She also is an aspiring physician herself. When an unconscious (and very naked) man is brought into the clinic for treatment, Verity is the only one around to help. Did I mention that the man is gorgeous? Sparks soon fly between Verity and the stranger. Will "Mr. Smith" ever fully regain his memory? If he does remember everything, what if he is married or an outlaw? What about ...more
Oct 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This book has a really interesting premise. I love the idea of the alpha man who has amnesia. He is being taken care of by the doctor's daughter (who happens to be an old maid in her early twenties!) but he doesn't know if he is dangerous. Sparks fly between the two and the drama begins. And that is what I love about this book. I don't want to give it away- but this is a clever book. There is mystery, danger, angst, and of course sexy passion and spankings. 5 stars!

*I received this book as an AR
Roderick P. Dampier
Jan 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Excellent story telling

A truly excellent story that is both arousing and a good read. The spankings were just the spice needed to make the tale complete and not many of them to make it unnatural.
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