When he fled Eagle Point years ago, former air force trauma surgeon Mitch Wellington left only broken dreams behind. Now he’s back with a new dream—opening a trauma center in the rural area and saving lives. He hopes to hire the quick-thinking nurse who impressed him during an emergency. But Lauren Bates lost her faith and doesn’t believe she deserves to help anyone. Mitch knows firsthand what loss feels like. And it’ll take all his devotion to show Lauren that sometimes the best medicine is a combination of faith, community—and love.
A hefty loan for a startup sewing business chains former nurse Lauren Bates to Texas, far from the grandfather who raised her. On a break before her new business officially opens, Lauren visits and finds her grandfather’s once undivided attention riveted on someone else. Dr. Mitch Wellington. Her grandfather even calls Mitch “son.” With so little time before she must head back to Texas, Lauren doesn’t intend to share her grandfather’s time or love, if she can help it. But, Mitch loves her grandfather, too, and shows his devotion by tackling a long to-do list and buying groceries. Soon, Lauren longs for faith, and Mitch, to be a permanent part of her life, too.
Jealousy is an ugly emotion, but the author crafts it into a powerful tool of conflict between Lauren and Mitch, taking us on their journey from jealousy to love in believable steps. The beautiful imagery Ms. Wyatt paints makes me long to visit Illinois again with fresh eyes. You’ll enjoy so many great aspects in The Doctor’s Devotion~from the cover to the plot and the totally sweet ending. Don’t miss it!
Meet Cheryl Wyatt~
Cheryl Wyatt’s closest friends would never dream the mayhem she plots during announcements at church. An RN-turned-SAHM, joyful chaos rules her home and she delights in the stealth moments God gives her to write. She stays active in her church and in her laundry room. This award-winning author is convinced that having been born on a Naval base on Valentine’s Day destined her to write military romance. Her first two novels received Top Picks from Romantic Times, and her debut novel also received the high honor of being one of Eharlequin’s Top-Ten-Most-Blogged-About-Books. Visit her on the Web at http://www.CherylWyatt.com. Sign up for her newsletter there for news and chances to enter contests with great prizes. Hang with her in the blogoshpere at http://www.Scrollsquirrel.blogspot.com. You can also find her skittering around Steeple Hill’s message boards as “Scrollsquirrel” at http://www.SteepleHill.com. Cheryl loves to hear from her readers. You may contact her at Cheryl@CherylWyatt.com