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Never Let Go

Woods, Sherryl (eBook - 1998 )
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
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A soldier's secret: Harry Maxwell was willing to do whatever it took to reclaim the only place he'd ever called home. Then he met the heir to Brambleberry House, Anna Galvez. Once Harry got to know Anna, he wanted the house more than ever. But only if she was in it. Never let go: As a psychologist Mallory Blake knew there were times when one had to let go. She also knew just how much it hurt. After her husbands death shed packed up her belongings and moved to San Francisco, wishing it was as easy to box up her memories and seal away her regrets. But she had her patients at the hospital who helped her move forward patients like six year old Davey. The broken little boy needed Mallory not that his doctor agreed. Mallory had heard the rumors about neurosurgeon Justin Whitmore. She had experienced firsthand his temper his impossible standards and his undeniable charm. But beneath all of that Mallory discovered Justin hid an old pain one she wasnt sure she could heal. And yet she couldnt walk away from him. Because there were times when it was right to move on and times when you took someone's hand and never let go.
Authors: Woods, Sherryl
Title: Never let go
[electronic resource (eBook)]
Publisher: Don Mills, Ontario, Canada :, Harlequin Enterprises Limited,, [2013].
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Content Type: text
Media Type: computer
Carrier Type: online resource
Contents: Never let go / Sherryl Woods
A soldier's secret / Raeanne Thayne.
Restrictions on Access: May be limited to subscribing institutions.
Summary: A soldier's secret: Harry Maxwell was willing to do whatever it took to reclaim the only place he'd ever called home. Then he met the heir to Brambleberry House, Anna Galvez. Once Harry got to know Anna, he wanted the house more than ever. But only if she was in it.
Never let go: As a psychologist Mallory Blake knew there were times when one had to let go. She also knew just how much it hurt. After her husbands death shed packed up her belongings and moved to San Francisco, wishing it was as easy to box up her memories and seal away her regrets. But she had her patients at the hospital who helped her move forward patients like six year old Davey. The broken little boy needed Mallory not that his doctor agreed. Mallory had heard the rumors about neurosurgeon Justin Whitmore. She had experienced firsthand his temper his impossible standards and his undeniable charm. But beneath all of that Mallory discovered Justin hid an old pain one she wasnt sure she could heal. And yet she couldnt walk away from him. Because there were times when it was right to move on and times when you took someone's hand and never let go.
Additional Contributors: Thayne, RaeAnne
Alternate Title: Soldier's secret.
ISBN: 1459256026
9781459256026
Statement of Responsibility: by Sherryl Woods
Copyright Date: ©1998
Subject Headings: Man-woman relationships Fiction. Psychologists Fiction. San Francisco (Calif.) Fiction.
Genre/Form: Electronic books.
Love stories.
Topical Term: Man-woman relationships
Psychologists
Additional Physical Form Entry: Print version: Woods, Sherryl, author. Never let go 9780373180738 (OCoLC)853495481
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May 25, 2014
  • opals54 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Although it's an old story that's been rereleased, its another winner. If you haven't read it, take it out and enjoy!

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