Worth Waiting For
No holds barred! Sister Hope Morgan had ensured that her daughter Jane had a happy upbringing, and it all seemed worthwhile until Jane phoned to say that she was marrying Edward, nephew of Mr. Matthew Benedict, paediatric specialist on Hope's ward. Matthew had been a good if rese... read full description below.
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No holds barred! Sister Hope Morgan had ensured that her daughter Jane had a happy upbringing, and it all seemed worthwhile until Jane phoned to say that she was marrying Edward, nephew of Mr. Matthew Benedict, paediatric specialist on Hope's ward. Matthew had been a good if reserved colleague, and only now did Hope discover that Matthew had held back because he'd thought her married. Once he learned she was a widow, he had no such inhibitions but how could Hope let him closer when the wedding was causing such problems?
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