What the Doctor Didn't Tell Her: A Medical Romance Novelette

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He was her lover, until he kept a secret. Now it’s time for the truth. During their medical training, Dr. Daniel Durand broke Sarah’s heart. Now, after years of silence, he shows up with a little girl and a surprise. Dr. Sarah Matthews has every reason to mistrust Daniel when he joins her California medical group. Why did he suddenly break off their relationship, and why is he back in her life? More
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About Jacqueline Diamond

Author of more than 100 novels, USA Today bestselling author Jacqueline Diamond is best known for her Safe Harbor Medical® romances, the spin-off Safe Harbor Medical mystery series, and her half-dozen light Regency romances. A former Associated Press reporter and TV columnist, Jackie has sold books to a range of publishers, including St. Martin's Press, William Morrow and Harlequin. The mother of two grown sons, Jackie lives in Southern California with her husband of more than 40 years. She belongs to writers' organizations including The Authors Guild, Romance Writers of America, and Novelists Inc. Jackie has twice been a finalist for the Rita Award and received a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award. She currently writes the Sisters, Lovers & Second Chances series, part of the Better Late Romance line featuring couples over 50.

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Jo-Anne Boyko reviewed on Nov. 16, 2013

Daniel Durand and Sarah Matthews had a romantic relationship during their medical training. However, Daniel left suddenly without telling Sarah that he was going or why. After six years with no word from him, Daniel comes back to town and takes a job in the same medical group as Sarah. When he moves back to this little town, he has a little girl with him.

What The Doctor Didn't Tell Her was a terrific story and Diamond is a terrific story teller. The story was drawn in such a way that I felt I could walk down the street or go into the hospital and know my way. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough.

I didn't want this novella to end. But there really wasn't anything else to know since the author answered all the reader's questions. It had a great ending with a wonderful twist.

I really liked that the story wasn't predictable. I will definitly be reading more by this author.
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Aria reviewed on Nov. 2, 2013

A good read
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