Operating on a sick little boy is Dr. Nora Blake's responsibility. Answering a determined reporter's questions about the surgery is not. Especially because Robert Dale is delving into her life, too. Nora has her share of secrets. She won't allow a newspaper to profit from the child's story--or her own. Granted, the handsome reporter truly seems to care. About young, orphaned Ali. About her. And thanks to Rob's skills at digging deep, there is one question she just might answer with a joyful yes....
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|Title of eBook: A Matter of the Heart|
|Release Date: 10-01-2008|
|Publisher: Steeple Hill Love Inspired|
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A Matter of the Heart
Nora knew she wasn't a favorite with the staff. She didn't possess the people skills many of her colleagues displayed. Her insistence on attention to detail and her intolerance of mediocre work had earned her the reputation of being difficult.
It wasn't that she didn't care what her coworkers thought of hershe did. It hurt to see how quickly their expressions changed from cheerful to guarded, but making sure her patients received the highest quality care was far more important than being popular.
Arching one eyebrow, the slender nurse with short blond hair asked, "Do you mean Cara Dempsey?"
Nora raised her chin. Her skill was saving children with heart defects, not winning popularity contests. Professionalism was the key to getting things done right in the hospital, not sociability.
"I'm looking for the patient who came in from Blackwater General yesterday with transposition of the great arteries. Do you have the chart?" The words came out sounding sharper than she intended.
The ward nurse held out a black three-ring binder. "The patient is in room five. Dr. Kent just finished talking to the parents."
"Thank you." Nora nodded, relieved to hear that her partner had arrived first. Peter Kent would have explained the coming procedure to the family. It saved Nora the time and headache of trying to make laypeople understand the complex nature of the upcoming operation.
If she found any fault...
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