Naomi's Wish

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Penguin Random House Australia, Mar 1, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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A sizzlingly sexy romantic comedy from the author of Eliza's Gift and Lucy's Kiss.

It had always been Dr Naomi Fontaine's dream to practice small-town medicine - an ambition that has brought her to the quirky, tight-knit community of Cypress Hollow.

But no matter how hard she tries, the locals still treat her with suspicion.

Then ruggedly handsome Rig Keller walks into town and Naomi's heart stops for all the wrong reasons.

For a few months back Rig was a rip-roaring, throw-caution-to-the wind one night stand. Now he's her partner at the practice - and keen to play doctors once more...

Will the instantly popular new medic wreck her dreams? Or be the one to help make her wish come true...?

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User Review  - alsvidur - LibraryThing

Naomi really wants to be a small town doctor, but she lacks a bit of the bedside manner which locals are accustomed. Rig comes back to town and buys into her practice. Read full review

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User Review  - pupylov - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed this book. I think my favorite part is that it led me to a whole new series to read. I really enjoy getting into characters and visiting them often. I am not a knitter but I do love this series. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Rachael Herron lives in Oakland, California, with her family and has way more animals than she ever planned to, though no sheep or alpaca (yet). She learned to knit at the age of five, and generally only puts the needles down to eat, write, or sleep, and sometimes not even then.

She is the author of five Cypress Hollow novels: Eliza's Gift, Lucy's Kiss, Naomi's Wish, Cora's Heart and Fiona's Flame and one standalone, Pack Up the Moon. Her novella, Eliza's Home, a prequel to Eliza's Gift, is now available as an ebook.

In 2013 Rachael proudly became a dual US/New Zealand citizen.

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