Family Planning

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NAL Accent, 2006 - Fiction - 283 pages
12 Reviews
A nurse practitioner at El Centro, a not-for-profit women's health center in rural Pennsylvania, Charlotte Hopper has found peace in her carefully constructed life-until her old college friend moves next door, resurrecting a secret so devastating that Charlotte's husband leaves rather than face the past. And after a heartbreaking discovery is made on the grounds behind the clinic, the women of El Centro must contend with being in the media spotlight-and being suspected of a terrible crime. Caught in a whirlwind of tragedies both large and small, Charlotte will learn just how much of herself she can give-and how much she must keep.

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User Review  - Tara Fox - Goodreads

Boring. Read half of it (painstakingly) and ended up abandoning it. Read full review

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User Review  - Sherry - Goodreads

Didn't really like this one. I kept thinking it would get didn't. I thought maybe something unexpected would didn't. I hate to say it but I wish I hadn't wasted the time reading it. Read full review

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Elizabeth Letts is a practicing certified nurse-midwife who trained at Yale University School of Nursing. A former competitive equestrian rider, she also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco.

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