Why was he talking to her about love? Julia was puzzled by the austere Professor van der Wagema's remark that there should be more to life than working at St. Anne's Hospital in London. "At the end of the day you know what that is," he'd said. "To love and be loved. Simply that." Was he hinting that he was going to marry again? And why bother to tell her, anyway? Why should he suppose that she was interested in his private life?
Was there any hope for her love? Having worked on Women's Medical for some time, Julia Mitchell had trouble accepting the arrogant, domineering attitude of Professor van der Wagema. It was only when she got to know him that an entirely different man emerged - and one that she had difficulty disliking! Yet how could her heart betray her when she had Nigel - and what hope was there for her anyway when the Professor was already engaged to someone else?
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"Having been a charge nurse at St. Anne's Hospital for some time, Julia Mitchell had trouble accepting the arrogant, domineering attitude of Professor van der Wagema. But once she got to know him, an entirely different man emerged -- one she had difficulty disliking! Yet how could her heart betray her when she already had Nigel? Besides, what hope was there for her, since the professor's hear was already promised to another ..."--P.  of cover.… (more)