Emergency, Book 4
December 11, 2012
TRAGEDY HAS TORN THEM APART–
Doctor Michael Forsythe and his wife, Polly, can’t seem to find peace and happiness again.
But sometimes the most unlikely situations, and people, have the power to heal broken hearts” …even when the doctor can’t apply the old adage, “Physician, heal thyself.”
Polly wants a child. But little Clover is everything Polly can’t abide–unattractive, out of control, sly. And who names a baby Clover? She’s the exact opposite of Polly’s beautiful lost daughter. And she’s really badly behaved into the bargain.
˃˃˃ THE PROBLEM IS, POLLY’S STUCK WITH CLOVER. IT’S HER FAULT THE LITTLE GIRL’S FATHER IS IN THE HOSPITAL, AND THERE’S NO ONE ELSE TO CARE FOR HER…
It’s beyond irritating that Clover gets along fine with Michael, and with Isabelle, Polly’s impossible, eccentric mother. And Polly’s sister Norah dotes on the kid.
The only one the child can’t abide is Polly.
˃˃˃ IN PICKING CLOVER, ACCLAIMED MEDICAL NOVELIST BOBBY HUTCHINSON EXPLORES EVERY PARENT’S WORST NIGHTMARE–
And the path through that nightmare that only love can provide.
I believe strong, realistic emotion is what makes a romance memorable. Certainly, there’s nothing romantic about losing a child. But recovering from such a tragedy holds lessons that all of us can use in our lives. PICKING CLOVER is about love, and loss, and healing—and the quirky and unexpected ways the universe arranges all that.