Apr 1, 2011
(via Ponder About)
And, yes, of course it’s a real book.
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Category: History, z - Arts & Culture
THE DISCORD OF ROMANCE
Julie Dodd had become a nurse to be closer to her childhood sweetheart, Dr. David Stace. But what started as a matter of practicality had become an intense dedication.
Now Julie was faced with the biggest decision of her life. Marriage to David would mean a new life in Chicago, with a handsome apartment, a wealthy circle of friends, and plenty of leisure time. Then there was Chad and the promise of love and fame he offered Julie, sharing his roaming, exciting life as a folksinger.
Yet in neither man’s dream was there room for Julie’s nursing career. But in Julie’s heart was there room for anything else?
“When Nurse Dani Sutton had an opportunity to go to State University for postgraduate studies in medicine, she jumped at the chance. At State a whole new world opened to her, a world of bright, happy young people, far removed from the pain and poverty she had seen at run-down Community Hospital And handsome young Professor Slade Davis wanted her there, too — permanently.
Then Dani got a letter with just one sentence in it, and her safe world turned upside down. The letter was from Dr. Barney Conrad, and it said, “When are you going to start being a nurse again?” And Dani had to decide which life held her loyalty and which man held her heart.”
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