The Royal Doctor's Bride by Jessica Matthews
(Harlequin Presents Extra)

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Ruark Thomas must not only attend to his duties as a doctor, but also to those as crown prince of Marestonia. With tensions escalating between Marestonia and neighboring island Avelogne, Ruark must take a wife from Avelogne to unite the two islands and create peace!

E.R. doctor Gina is mesmerized by Ruark's fierce good looks, but she's speechless when he tells her they'll be married--only hours after they've met! And while Gina might be a convenient bride, Ruark makes it clear she will also be royally bedded!

 

About Jessica Matthews

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Jessica Matthews grew up in the Midwest. The first school she attended was a little one-room country schoolhouse within walking distance of her home. Although she was only four, the teacher allowed her to come with her older sister every Friday morning so she could "go to school."The next year the little country school closed and she went to school about six miles from home, jumping right into first grade because they didn't offer a kindergarten class. Although she struggled with her alphabet, once those letters finally soaked into her head, she became an avid reader and her favorite place was the public library. She told her eighth grade teacher that she wanted to write a book someday, but that day didn't come until some 20-odd years later when her youngest child was born. While at home, she decided to combine her love for the printed word with the information and training she'd learned as a medical technician. Her first published novel, The Call of Duty, was released in September 1995 by Harlequin Mills and Boon in the United Kingdom, and since then she has written 14 medical romances which have been translated into many foreign languages.She now lives in central Kansas with her husband, a teenage daughter and a preteen son, and Pepper--an adorable, easygoing cocker spaniel-dachshund cross adopted from the Humane Society.When she's not writing or working at the hospital, she's following her daughter's high-school golf tournaments, cheering on her son during his soccer games, driving him to Boy Scout meetings, and collecting all of his works of art.
 
Published April 25, 2009 by Harlequin Presents Extra. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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