"What's so funny?" "I was just thinking that it's weird I'm getting paid to play tourist
in my hometown." "That's not all you're doing. You're helping me, which is what
Mr. Augustino told you to do." "True, but this hardly feels like work." After a stop at
First impressions can be truly deceiving... Is it possible the brash doctor might be worth a second look? Carmen Babysitting a handsome, arrogant neurosurgeon isn’t how I imagined my first day at Miami-Dade General Hospital. After the tragic loss of my husband, I’ve focused on starting my dream career. Dr. Jason Northup isn’t going to mess up my plans, even if he makes my lady parts stand up and say hello. He checks every box on my cliché list. However, my heart—and other parts—don’t seem to care about clichés... Jason I have more important things to do than bail out an attractive new colleague, but I need her. Carmen is my only hope in convincing the Miami-Dade board to overlook my tarnished reputation—and she makes me feel optimistic again. Romantic entanglements are the last thing I need, but Carmen isn’t an entanglement. She’s a beautiful breath of fresh South Florida air. My feelings for her are quickly becoming the best kind of scandal.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-06-09 - Publisher: HTJB, Inc.
First impressions can be truly deceiving... Is it possible the brash doctor might be worth a second look? Carmen Babysitting a handsome, arrogant neurosurgeon isn’t how I imagined my first day at Miami-Dade General Hospital. After the tragic loss of my husband, I’ve focused on starting my dream career. Dr.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-12-18 - Publisher: Routledge
Why Don’t I Feel Good Enough? Using Attachment Theory to Find a Solution offers a guide to how early emotional bonds affect our adult relationships and how psychological theory can help us to find the origin and solution to a number of life’s problems. Bringing a wealth of therapeutic experience
A thrilling and innovative tour-de-fource by one of the most exciting poets in America. Duhamel's book, a list of 1001 numbered sentiments, bars no holds. Tired poetic tropes have no chance under Duhamel's attention--either they snap back to life or she knocks them right out.