Mediterranean Doctors Bundle by Sarah Morgan

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They're prominent, rich, ambitious...and gorgeous. They're also dedicated, heroic, self-sacrificing...and tender. And along with their more obvious qualities, the irresistibly sexy doctors in these captivating international romances have bedside manner to spare. But for all their impressive assets, they've never learned to fully and freely give themselves to any woman. Now these romance-resistant healers are about to discover the remarkable healing power of love, as four alluring, warmhearted women set their sights on capturing their hearts. Delight in the breathtaking romance and sizzling desire in these marvelous novels by four of Harlequin Presents' bestselling authors. Bundle includes: The Sicilian Doctor's Mistress by Sarah Morgan, The Italian Count's Baby by Amy Andrews, Spanish Doctor, Pregnant Nurse by Carol Marinelli and The Spanish Doctor's Love-Child by Kate Hardy.


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Sarah was born in Wiltshire and started writing at the age of eight when she produced an autobiography of her hamster.At the age of 18 she travelled to London to train as a nurse in one of London's top teaching hospitals, and she describes what happened in those years as extremely happy and definitely censored!She worked in a number of areas after she qualified, but her favourite was A&E where she found the work stimulating and fun. Nowhere else in the hospital environment did she encounter such good teamwork between doctors and nurses. By now her interests had moved on from hamsters to men, and she started writing romance fiction.Her first completed manuscript, written after the birth of her first child, was rejected by Mills & Boon, but the comments were encouraging, so she tried again, and on the third attempt her manuscript Worth the Risk was accepted unchanged. She describes receiving the acceptance letter as one of the best moments of her life, after meeting her husband and having her two children.Sarah still works part-time in a health-related industry and spends the rest of the time with her family trying to squeeze in writing whenever she can. She is an enthusiastic skier and walker and loves outdoor life. Amy Andrews was the kind of child who always had a story in her head. English was her favorite subject at school and she loved to write. Trouble is, once she started it was hard to stop her. Her teachers would ask for 100 words on her pet and she'd write 1000. They'd say, "Write a page describing your holiday," and she'd write 10. Editing has been a real challenge for Amy!When she was growing up, her mother was always banging away on a typewriter, writing her own romance novel. It seemed to Amy a perfectly normal thing to do, and it was only natural for her, years later, to begin writing one herself--after all, she'd been sneaking off with her Mum's romance novels from the age of 11.Amy wrote her first romance in 10 days whilst temporarily out of work and freezing her butt off in her first English winter. Getting out of the warmth of her bed was not an option, so to fill in her time she wrote the book that had been in her head for years. One chapter a day, for 10 days! Needless to say it was rejected, although it is still how she tends to write to this day--a chapter in a sitting.On her return to Australia, Amy discovered Medical romances and, as a nurse, started to read them out of professional interest. After reading one where a doctor gave a patient a bedpan, she was spurred to switch genres and have a go at writing a medical herself. Never in all her years of nursing had she met a doctor who had, or would even consider, giving a patient a bedpan!In the "real world" Amy is a part-time Paediatric Intensive Care Nurse and mother of two. Her goal is to write 20 books by the time she's forty. Carol was born in England to Scottish parents, which meant many long, happy summer holidays spent in Scotland with her two sisters.The only thing a secretarial course taught her was that she didn't want to work in an office. Applying to do her nursing training, she was advised to write the entrance test for the three-year State Registered Nurse Course, but at 18, the two-year State Enrolled Nurse program sounded more attractive. Anyway, if she liked it she could always make up the time later, couldn't she? How simple it all sounded.On completion of her training, she worked for five years in a phenomenally busy Accident and Emergency Department, which she adored. However, itchy feet got the better of her and she headed off for a year in Australia with her younger sister.Six weeks before she came home Carol met her future husband. Proof, she says, that whirlwind holiday romances can work. An extremely expensive courtship followed. Long letters, longer telephone calls, and even longer air flights, until finally they married and settled in Melbourne, Australia.Now seemed the perfect time to get her nursing on track, and she applied and was accepted to do her Bachelor of Nursing. However, a vague feeling of nausea on enrollment day was to change all that. Surely she could combine university with one tiny baby, couldn't she? After all, how much work could it be?Through all of this the desire to write a romance was there and many a night was spent bashing away at the typewriter, and later the computer, but it was so much harder than it first looked and she never managed to quite finish it....While pregnant with her second child, a brilliantstory line came to her. The first book was unceremoniously shelved and she worked hard on her masterpiece. Finally, she plucked up the courage to submit and smugly awaited its acceptance. Of course, it was rejected and, in truth, it was absolutely awful, but an encouraging letter pointing out where she had gone wrong (it was a long letter) kept the writing bug alive.Six months after the birth of her third child, the sudden death of her father, and its painful aftermath forced her to reappraise her life's goals. Her father had never been one to waste a moment, and realizing what a precious gift life was and with her husband's encouragement, Carol decided to seize the day. The initial manuscript was taken down, dusted off, revamped, relocated, and rewritten and finally, after the longest time, accepted.Now she is happy to concentrate mainly on writing, though she will always nurse. The ambition to do a Bachelor of Nursing has been replaced by a desire to do a Bachelor of Midwifery and she is awaiting the implementation of the course in Australia. She remains quietly confident that she can somehow combine family, writing, study, and nursing. After all, how hard could it be? Kate lives just outside Norwich in the east of England with her husband, small son and daughter and two mad spaniels.She's always loved books and could read before she went to school. She always knew that she wanted to be a writer, and her parents bought her a proper typewriter for her sixth birthday. (She's still a six-finger typist, though...) Her first stories were all about ponies or outer space, but then she discovered Mills & Boon when she was 12 and decided this was what she wanted to do.Following a degree in English, Kate started work as an accountant, and hated every second of it! All the clients asked why she wasn't working in PR-- so she went into marketing communications for the next 10 years. In between studying for two sets of professional exams, Kate continued to write short stories and novels. And her husband supported her every step of the way, even buying her first computer for her!When Kate's son, Chris, was born in 1997, she decided to go freelance so she could spend time with her baby. She became a health journalist and copy editor but never lost her love of romance. When Kate was pregnant with her daughter, her husband suggested combining her two loves by writing medical romances. Kate started reading them and was instantly hooked. (She claims they were her craving when she was pregnant!)At six weeks old, Chlo? spent her first Christmas in the hospital with bronchiolitis. The only way Kate could cope was to pretend it was happening to someone else--so she started writing A Baby of Her Own in longhand at Chlo?;'s bedside. Her agent liked the first three chapters. So did Mills & Boon. The final manuscript was accepted on Chlo?'s first birthday, and published on Chlo?;'s second birthday.When she isn't writing medical romances or health articles, looking after the children or raising funds for Chris's school and cancer research, Kate enjoys relaxing with the family--going to the beach, playing games, reading stories and watching films. She also loves cooking (but not the dieting that goes with it) and she reads a lot. She'd quite like to try rappelling, parascending and scuba diving, but as she's terribly clumsy, she thinks it's much safer to let her heroines do it for her...You can email Kate at the following address:
Published September 20, 2008 by Harlequin Presents. 601 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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