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The Most Magical Gift of All (Medical)

by Fiona Lowe

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Dr Jack Armitage can ?t wait to spend the Christmas holidays on a beach sipping cocktails. But his trip is delayed when an unexpected gift is left on his doorstep ?a little girl! Reformed bad boy Jack is great with kids ? but only when they ?re his patients. Dr Sophie Norman is Jack ?s replacement, but this single girl didn ?t expect her new duties to involve being a stand-in mum. Jack needs all the help that Sophie can give him ? and whilst ensuring this little girl has a magical Christmas to remember, they find the most magical gift of all: a family.… (more)

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