BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY As a teenager, Faith Perry couldn't wait to escape her small Montana town. Now, after eleven complicated years away, she was back, determined to figure out where she truly belonged. And it certainly wasn't with the hard-muscled cowboy with a soft spot for wounded animals. …OR A PLACE TO CALL HOME? Boone Pratt couldn't believe his high school crush was back! And when Faith asked him to treat her ailing dog, the still-smitten vet felt the old feelings stir. But he knew Faith's heart was in the big city. Unless he could get her to realize that their hometown was the ideal place for settling down—together.
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THE PRODIGAL DOCTOR COMES HOME… When Rebecca Forrester pledged her five-year-old heart to Brett Elliot, the idealistic doctor-to-be had vowed to return one day to care for her and the other townspeople. Well, Brett had finally come home—but not to stay. Still, Bedford Creek's medical future rested in this sophisticated stranger's hands, and Rebecca prayed the Lord would help Brett see where he belonged. God seemed to be giving Rebecca a chance to convince the young doctor to stay when Brett began helping out at the clinic. Was He also giving her the chance to claim the heart of the man she'd always loved?
SINCE YOU'VE BEEN GONE Small-town bad boy Nick O'Neill was back—wealthy, powerful and seeking revenge against those who'd driven him away. Emily Carmichael, the girl he'd left behind, wondered if his embittered heart could give the town, and their long-ago love, another chance. THE DOCTOR NEXT DOOR Brett Elliot wasn't the same idealistic young man who'd gone away to medical school years ago. But Rebecca Forrester prayed that the cynical big-city doctor he'd become would stay—for the town that needed him so desperately, and for the woman who still loved him so deeply.
She's Louisiana's finest, and she just moved in next door. Right when I was getting ready to leave this sh$t hole.OOWEEEEYI could mop her up like a buttermilk biscuit.Love was the last thing on my mind.But just what this doctor needed.She's on a mission to fix up her old family house.And I know just how to use a hammer.Must've been fate that she'd fall off a ladder and land right on top of me. We were in lust the moment we touched.But Becca doesn't want "long-term."She's hiding scars and carrying baggage a mile long.And when her past shows up to haunt her, I'll prescribe just the right antidote.The woman I never wanted. A neighbor I could love forever.And the mother I knew she could be.Well, maybe I'll hang around for a bit.This is a full-length contemporary romance with a happily ever after.
Dr. Elaine Holt is not your average doctor. Her medical practice is small, while her heart for her patients is huge. The Doctor Next Door is a collection of extraordinary stories about ordinary people. The stories spotlight the physician as a down-to-earth person, sometimes flawed and unnervingly close to her patient's suffering. They showcase the vulnerability that both doctor and patient experience as they weave through life's challenges. The Doctor Next Door celebrates life, relationships, and the indomitable human spirit.
What happens to a regular guy who dopes? Surprised to learn that pro athletes aren’t the only ones taking performance-enhancing substances, journalist Andrew Tilin goes in search of the average juicing Joe, hoping to find a few things out: Why would normal people take these substances? Where do folks get them? Does the stuff really work? But these controversial drugs often silence their users, and so his queries might have gone unanswered had Tilin not looked in the mirror and succumbed to curiosity. Soon wielding syringes, this forty-something husband and father of two children becomes the doper next door. During his yearlong odyssey, Tilin is transformed. He becomes stronger, hornier, and aggressive. He wades into a subculture of doping physicians, real estate agents, and aging women who believe that Tilin’s type of legal “hormone replacement therapy” is the key to staying young—and he often agrees. He also lives with the price paid for renewed vitality, worrying about his health, marriage, and cheating ways as an amateur bike racer. And all along the way, he tells us what doping is really like—empowering and scary.
Best friends NEED to be together. Don't they? Poor Megan! Not alone is she stuck with totally uncool parents, and a little sister who is too cute for words, but now her very best friend, Alice, has moved away. Now Megan has to go to school and face the dreaded Melissa all on her own. The two friends hatch a risky plot to get back together. But can their secret plan work? 'engrossing story with a real insight into the world of pre-teen girls' Publishing News
Dr. Darcy Rochester is horrified when "doctor" Ally Westruther sets up her massage business next door. He has a low opinion of massage. Darcy doesn't think she's qualified in anything more complicated than basket weaving, and he won't let her put his patients at risk. Darcy soon learns his mistake. But why does such a talented doctor refuse to practice medicine as well as massage? Why doesn't such a skilled worker have enough money to eat? And why does such a beautiful, caring, passionate woman want nothing to do with love?
THE PRODIGAL DOCTOR COMES HOME...
In 1849 Emmeline Erle and her widowed mother move from sunny southern Europe to cold and grimy Birmingham, England. The town is one of great contrasts: progress and poverty, industrial expansion and murky slums, new villas and filthy streets. Darkness and light battle in the minds of its people: principles of freedom and tolerance struggle with ignorance and prejudice; deep doubt of religious truth coexists with fanaticism. Emmeline quickly makes friends in her new home— Lizzie, the hardworking servant, and Daniel, the schoolboy living next door. For both Emmeline and Daniel, Father John Henry Newman, who runs a chapel in one of the worst sections town, becomes the most important person in Birmingham. Daniel and Emmeline come to know and admire Father Newman as he tries to help poor factory workers and to enlighten citizens blinded by suspicion and bigotry. With him they experience the anxieties of a cholera outbreak and the dangers of anti-Catholic riots. Caught up in one excitement or trouble after another, the young people finally arrive at happier times, while the walls of Father Newman's new church, a symbol of light in a dark town, rise into the smoggy Birmingham sky. This colorful and dramatic story for youth brilliantly unfolds the panorama of Victorian England—the Industrial Revolution, the Oxford movement, the Crystal Palace, and Prince Albert opening a new railway. But above all, this book portrays the character and wisdom of John Henry Newman.