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Contemporary
A Double Opposition
By Bea Sigman
Dec 28, 2003 - 6:43:00 AM

Liz Jordan thought moving out of the city and back to
Eastlake would solve all her problems.  Her twin boys, Brandon and Justin, wouldn’t be getting into any more trouble in the small town.  Plus, the new job as nurse manager for the ortho/neuro unit would pay a lot better than her job at the city hospital.  Granted she would have to be working with a man that she has secretly dreamt about for years.  But all around her life should be looking up, right?


Dr. Jeff Carter hopes that the new nurse manager will get all the problems and incidents that have been happening on the unit taken care of before one of his patients gets hurt.  What Jeff doesn’t expect is to find himself highly attracted to the new nurse manager.  Not that Jeff is looking for a relationship, for he loved his late wife very much.  But what’s wrong with a simple affair.  One that may help keep the gossip mongrels off his heels for awhile.

 

As much as Liz tries to avoid anything other than a professional relationship with Jeff, she finds herself falling for his charms big time.  Liz needs to keep her head clear though, with the twins getting into trouble with the neighbor kid, Chet and the problems on the unit.  She has a pretty good idea that her neighbor and co-worker, Delores Forbes is the one behind all the trouble.  Now she just has to prove it before things really get out of hand.  And to top the cake, Liz’s father-in-law is planning on moving to Florida when the boys go back to school.  Will poor Liz get a break from the craziness that is her life?

 

A DOUBLE OPPOSITION is an extraordinary story.  I felt so bad for poor Liz.  It seemed like she was always being pulled in twenty different directions.  This is a great romance that kept me reading until the very end.  Trust me when I say you are sure to hate Delores from the first time you meet her. As for Dr. Jeff Carter, well that man had the right idea; he just took the long way at getting to it.  This is sure to be a romance story that will keep you enthralled.  I look forward to reading more of Ms. Walters’s stories.



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