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Love on the mend / Karen Witemeyer.

By: Witemeyer, Karen [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Witemeyer, Karen. Full steam ahead series: bk. 2.Publisher: [United States] : Bethany House Publishers, Baker Publishing Group, 2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781441264961; 1441264965.Subject(s): Physicians -- Texas -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- FictionGenre/Form: Romance fiction. | Western stories. | Historical fiction. | Electronic books.DDC classification: 813/.6 Online resources: Click here to access title or place hold | Excerpt Click here to listen to an excerpt of this title | Image Summary: A Historical Western Romance Short Story From Bestselling Author Karen Witemeyer. After serving as a doctor during the War Between the States, Jacob Sadler wants nothing more than to establish a quiet country practice in rural Texas. But he knows he'll never find peace until he buries the pain of his past. To that end, he accepts a job in Cold Spring, Texas--the town he's avoided for seventeen years--and discovers his past is definitely still alive and kicking. When a new doctor arrives in town and saves her brother's leg, Mollie Tate quickly puts him on a hero's pedestal. But then the new doc insults her "Uncle" Curtis. Years ago, Curtis Sadler rescued Mollie when no one else cared. How could he possibly be the villain the new doctor believes him to be? Jacob doesn't know what to make of the young woman who assists him like a seasoned nurse one minute only to take a strip out of his hide the next. Yet the sparks that fly between them make him feel more alive than he has in a long time. As respect for his young nurse turns into something deeper, can he set aside the pain from his past to embrace this new love, or are some sins too big to be forgiven?
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A Historical Western Romance Short Story From Bestselling Author Karen Witemeyer. After serving as a doctor during the War Between the States, Jacob Sadler wants nothing more than to establish a quiet country practice in rural Texas. But he knows he'll never find peace until he buries the pain of his past. To that end, he accepts a job in Cold Spring, Texas--the town he's avoided for seventeen years--and discovers his past is definitely still alive and kicking. When a new doctor arrives in town and saves her brother's leg, Mollie Tate quickly puts him on a hero's pedestal. But then the new doc insults her "Uncle" Curtis. Years ago, Curtis Sadler rescued Mollie when no one else cared. How could he possibly be the villain the new doctor believes him to be? Jacob doesn't know what to make of the young woman who assists him like a seasoned nurse one minute only to take a strip out of his hide the next. Yet the sparks that fly between them make him feel more alive than he has in a long time. As respect for his young nurse turns into something deeper, can he set aside the pain from his past to embrace this new love, or are some sins too big to be forgiven?

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