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Tender Loving Care by Susan Mallery
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Tender Loving Care

by Susan Mallery

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When the bandages come off, what will he see?

Logan Phillips didn't expect to like his nurse, let alone find himself attracted to her. But Melissa VanFleet's gentle humor and sweet spirit soothes the architect's frustration at his temporary blindness. He finds she's tempting him down a road he's sworn never again to travel.

But a little TLC can go a long way.

Melissa realizes immediately that she would never fit into Logan's exclusive world. So when she finds herself falling for her patient, she knows she's in trouble. Once his vision is restored, she's certain he won't look twice at a plain Jane like her . . . but she'd love to be wrong! ( )
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Logan Phillips hadn't expected to like his nurse, let alone find himself attracted to her. Melissa Van Fleet's gentle humor and sweet spirit soothed his anger at his temporary blindness and tempted him down a road he'd sworn never again to travel, and there was nothing Melissa could do to change his mind.

But a little TLC could go a long way.

Melissa believed only perfect people won at love. So, when she found herself falling for her virile patient, she knew she was in trouble. She didn't fit in Logan's exclusive world. Once the bandages were off his eyes, he'd see that firsthand and send her on her way. Or would he ask her to stay?
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When the bandages come off, what will he see?

Logan Phillips didn't expect to like his nurse, let alone find himself attracted to her. But Melissa VanFleet's gentle humor and sweet spirit soothes the architect's frustration at his temporary blindness. He finds she's tempting him down a road he's sworn never again to travel.

But a little TLC can go a long way.

Melissa realizes immediately that she would never fit into Logan's exclusive world. So when she finds herself falling for her patient, she knows she's in trouble. Once his vision is restored, she's certain he won't look twice at a plain Jane like her . . . but she'd love to be wrong!

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"Logan Phillips didn't expect to like his nurse, let alone find himself attracted to her. But Melissa VanFleet's gentle humor and sweet spirit soothes the architect's frustration at his temporary blindness. He finds she's tempting him down a road he's sworn never again to travel."… (more)

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