Doctor Daddy: A Medical Romance

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Dr. Jane McKay longs for a baby and the right guy. That definitely isn’t Dr. Luke Van Dam, the ex-lover and single dad who joins her small-town medical practice. As friends, they share sparks and laughter, but Jane won’t risk a repeat heartbreak and Luke has a lot to learn about love. Can he earn her trust? Welcome to the Harmony Circle series by USA Today bestselling author Jacqueline Diamond. More

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About Jacqueline Diamond

Author of more than 100 novels, USA Today bestselling author Jacqueline Diamond currently writes the Safe Harbor Medical® mystery series, including The Case of the Questionable Quadruplet, The Case of the Surly Surrogate and The Case of the Desperate Doctor. A former Associated Press reporter and TV columnist, Jackie has sold mysteries, medical romances, Regency romances and romantic comedies to a range of publishers, including St. Martin's Press, William Morrow and Harlequin. She is best known for her Safe Harbor Medical romance series (featuring the same setting as her current mysteries). The mother of two grown sons, Jackie lives in Southern California with her husband of 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.

About the Series: Harmony Circle
Love and friendship bloom in a small-town neighborhood in California. Four romances trace the joys and challenges of interwoven characters, with guaranteed happy endings!

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Review by: John Whelan on Jan. 12, 2019 :
The author writes well but what is truly fascinating about this book to someone who doesn't live in the US is it shows how America manages to spend far more on health care and yet have worse outcomes than many other countries.

There is no mention of midwives for routine births. Expensive equipment seems to be purchased without regard to how it can be best utilised and many people end up dependent on charity for their medical needs.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
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