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Small-Town Midwife (Love Inspired)

by Jean C. Gordon

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Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do. Ecclesiastes 4:9
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To our very own resident midwife, my daughter, Carrie Gordon-Stacey, for all of her help and insights. I still miss having you as a regular critiquer.
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So that's what he's up to. Autumn Hazard skimmed through the article on her iPad. JMH Health Care had gobbled up another struggling nonprofit hospital in Upstate New York.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373878745, Mass Market Paperback)

Unexpected Arrival 

Autumn Hazard loves being a midwife. But a tragic loss has her doubting the path she's chosen. And her new boss isn't helping. She's worked with Dr. Jonathan Hanlon before, and he's just as handsome and seemingly perfect as ever. His presence could mean trouble for the clinic—and her sensible heart. Jon remembers Autumn, too. She's still beautiful, smart and oblivious to him. Maybe that's for the best—he's leaving the small town as soon as his training's done. Besides, he has secrets of his own, and he can't risk Autumn getting close enough to uncover them. Yet despite all their reservations, working beside each other doesn't feel like work at all…it feels like home.

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Autumn Hazard loves being a midwife, but a tragic loss has her doubting the path she's chosen and her new boss isn't helping. She's worked with Dr. Jonathan Hanlon before, and he's just as handsome and seemingly perfect as ever. His presence could mean trouble for the clinic and her sensible heart. Jon remembers Autumn too and she's still beautiful, smart, and oblivious to him. Maybe that's for the best as he's leaving town as soon as his training is done. Besides, he has secrets of his own and he can't risk Autumn getting close enough to uncover them. Despite all their reservations, working beside each other doesn't feel like work at all - it feels like home.… (more)

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