A Mother for the Italian's Twins by Margaret McDonagh
(Brides of Penhally Bay)

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Single father Dr. Luca d'Azzaro has changed his life to care for his precious twin girls, sacrificing his shining medical career for a GP position in the friendly Cornish town of Penhally Bay. He hadn't set out to find romance, but he is intrigued by his unassuming colleague Dr. Polly Carrick....

Luca is attracted to Polly's natural beauty, but there is such pain and longing in her eyes when she looks at his daughters—he knows she is hiding something! Whatever it is, this handsome and caring Italian doctor is determined to heal her heart and make her see that she is the missing part of his family.

Brides of Penhally Bay
Bachelor doctors become husbands and fathers—in a place where hearts are made whole.


About Margaret McDonagh

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Margaret McDonagh can’t remember a time when her nose wasn't buried in a book. She read avidly, but always knew that she had to write. In 2005, after twenty years of writing novellas for My Weekly Story Collection and Linford large print, plus serials and magazine short stories for The People's Friend, her manuscript was accepted by Mills & Boon. She has been writing novels ever since! You can contact Margaret via her website: www.margaretmcdonagh.com
Published April 1, 2012 by Harlequin Medical Romances. 251 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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