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The best man, the bridesmaid... and the bush. It was bad enough that Blythe Jones had to sit next to rude, challenging, dangerously attractive Cal Whitworth at the wedding. It was too much when his plane crashed on the way back and the two doctors had to spend the night in the bush. And as for his plea that Blythe should work in his outback practice while his broken arm healed... well! But for some reason Blythe agreed. And the more she saw of Cal's dedication and caring, not to mention his unnervingly sexy smile, the harder it was to remember why she was off men. - back cover (Chatswood, 2004)