Emergency, Book 1
December 31, 2012
DO MEDICAL ROMANCES MAKE YOUR TEMPERATURE SOAR?
Doctor Alexandra Ross loves her job in the ER of big city hospital St. Joe’s.
She also loves her policeman husband, Sergeant Cameron Ross.
But Cameron isn’t telling her the whole truth about the dangers of his undercover work.
Alex doesn’t know that the transfer to a small inland town is a life or death issue for Cam.
˃˃˃ THE LOVE OF HER LIFE IS CHANGING THE LIFE SHE LOVES–AND HE WON’T TELL HER WHY
If she wants her marriage to work, she’ll have to give up the excitement and challenge of the ER to become a GP in a hospital where no one seems to want her services. And that means leaving behind an injured brother who needs her, and a group of co-workers who’ve become her family.
˃˃˃ It takes a cat and a challenged baby to help Alex accept a new kind of medicine.
But can she also accept a new kind of husband?
I was married to an RCMP officer for many years, and while he wasn’t transferred while we were together, he had been many times before I met him. Those compulsory moves were hard on families, and I couldn’t help but wonder how it would be if a partner had a job they loved and didn’t want to leave, and what effect it would have on a relationship and a marriage.