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RESCUE AT CRADLE LAKE
Ginny's life as a doctor is put on hold when she returns to her hometown, Cradle Lake, to care for her brother in his final days. It's there that she meets Fergus, a fellow doctor with a dark past. He's taken a job in the small, sleepy town to heal his old wounds. Drawn to the pain and suffering they see in each other's eyes, they eventually fall for one another. "Just one night, Fergus. Make me forget it all," begs Ginny as she opens her heart to him. She never imagined that one lone night would bring them all-new pain…
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* Reviews translated are reviews posted on "Romance Library", our local Japanese Harlequin digital comics website. On this website, we translated those reviews into multi-languages with auto-translating machine.
Researchers know that sadness and,
And scolding to try to restrain the heroine seriously ill brother hero, is a nice attitude to assume any sick person. Heroine to hero even wounds haven't healed it, and understand and, and. Good-natured hero and heroine. Light painting is heavy? Also, thanks to very good don't mush may be. In the end happy ending!
A real sorrow
There too I was unlikely to be cured without care and bereavement real weight is to do with rollicking children or have a brother and sister 縛ri付keyou and love that I'm not glue this is real fresh, even at the light instead of the picture. Is this fantasy drama became a more solid if the picture, but the more I think in it reminded me it was HQ picture (lol) it was contrary to? (Lol)
Too dark. I wanted to escape reality, I'm reading Harlequin is reluctant. Maybe not quite such a story to.
Really dead but many too, away to a romantic mood, conversely became dark feelings.
Dead are much too.
In a succession of sad goodbyes and my brother with the same impressive it's so, I'm gone.