Falling For The M.D.

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Silhouette, Jan 1, 2008 - Fiction - 256 pages
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The Good Doctor

After his father's death, successful doctor Peter Wilder faced off against a formidable enemy: a huge conglomerate vying to take over the small-town hospital his family had run for years. At least Peter knew he had every member of the board of directors on his side for the fight of his life.

Except for one.

Beautiful, brainy Bethany Holloway was on a mission to bring Walnut River into the future—with or without Peter Wilder. But to her surprise the heated arguments between her and the good doctor sparked an unmistakable fire of attraction. Would Bethany give Dr. Wilder a taste of bitter medicine—or take over his heart?

 

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User Review  - DunnFunKat - LibraryThing

This story is about the oldest son of a doctor that runs a small town hospital. When his father dies, he suddenly finds himself trying to convince the hospital board not accept an offer from a large ... Read full review

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User Review  - nancynova - LibraryThing

I'm positive I read this before. Peter is trying to follow is his formidable Dad's footsteps and keep the small hospital family run. But Bethany is on a mission to make sure the hospital also looks to the future, pitting her against Peter Read full review

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
23
Chapter Three
38
Chapter Four
53
Chapter Five
69
Chapter Six
86
Chapter Seven
101
Chapter Eight
118
Chapter Ten
149
Chapter Eleven
166
Chapter Twelve
184
Chapter Thirteen
199
Chapter Fourteen
215
Chapter Fifteen
232
Copyright Page
249
Copyright

Chapter Nine
134

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About the author (2008)

This USA TODAY bestselling and RITA Award-winning author has written more than two hundred books for Harlequin Books and Silhouette Books, some under the name Marie Nicole. Her romances are beloved by fans worldwide. Visit her website at www.marieferrarella.com.

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