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* Contents derived from the North Sydney,North Sydney - Lane Cove area,Sydney Northern Suburbs,Sydney,New South Wales,:Mills and Boon,2015 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'Obstetrician Georgie Turner has a reputation for being a rebel, but it hides a troubled past. Now Georgie must use all her strength to save her beloved little brother Max, who's lost in a cyclone--and there's only one man who can help her...
Eminent American surgeon Alistair Carmichael is determined to stay away from the sexy hothead--their last encounter was a disaster! But when he learns that Georgie needs help, he's the first by her side.
Now the clock is ticking for Alistair and Georgie to find Max...and each other.' (Publisher's blurb)
'Janey Stafford never expected to become a mum, but now she must raise her vulnerable little nephew, who has lost his mother. Janey's only wish is to ensure the boy's happiness--she'll even go in search of Luke, the boy's father. But en route they're involved in an accident--she is hospitalised, and her nephew goes missing... Luke Bresciano keeps a vigil at Janey's hospital bedside, determined to discover why she's in Crocodile Creek, and whether she can help him find his son. Luke and Janey go way back, but could her shocking news unite them--this time as a family...?' (Publisher's blurb)
'A family for keeps
Time with his son is precious to surgeon Nick Devlin. He knows he hasn't been there enough for his boy, but going to Crocodile Creek Kids' Camp will change all that.
The last person Miranda Carlisle expects to see at the camp is Nick. Their one passionate night together in medical school left her brokenhearted. She's determined to keep her distance, yet watching him struggle to bond with his child tugs at her heartstrings.
She knows she can help Nick be a father to his son, but opening her heart to him again will take courage. Luckily, the warmth of Nick's smile is making her feel brave....' (Publisher's blurb)