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Picking Clover

(The fourth book in the Medical Romance, Emergency series)
A novel by

Doctor Michael Forsythe and his wife, Polly, have had a long and loving marriage, but tragedy has torn them apart. Polly can't seem to find peace or happiness again.
But sometimes the most unlikely situations and people have the power to heal broken hearts.
Polly wants a child. But little Clover is everything Polly can't abide--unattractive, out of control, sly. And who names a baby Clover?
But because of her husband and his generosity, Polly is stuck with the child. And it's Polly's fault that Clover's father is in the hospital, so she feels guilty. There's no one else to care for the little girl. She does her best, but Clover makes it clear she can't abide Polly, although she gets along fine with Michael, with Isabelle, Polly's impossibly eccentric mother. And Polly's sister Norah dotes on the kid.

In Picking Clover, acclaimed medical novelist Bobby Hutchinson explores every parent's worst nightmare, and the path through that dark place that only love can provide--

Book number 3, Medical Romance Series.
Why did you write this particular book?
I have dear friends who struggled through the situation this book describes. Their courage and their struggles to save their marriage and their love under extreme stress was inspirational, and they suggested I write about it. I'm grateful to them because I learned so much about the restorative power of love during the creation of Picking Clover.
What character intrigued you most?
That would be Clover. This kid is tough and vulnerable, smart and determined, quirky and demanding. What more can you ask of a little girl that managed to take over the story?
The other books in the EMERGENCY SERIES:
Drastic Measures
Full Recovery
Double Jeopardy
Nursing The Doctor
Patient Care
The Baby Doctor

Genre: Romance

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