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Bride For The Single Dad by Jennifer Taylor

Bride For The Single Dad

Part of the The Larches Practice Series


Bride For The Single Dad by Jennifer Taylor

New beginnings? Moving to the Dales is all about a fresh start for Dr Elliot Grey, until he meets feisty - beautiful! - midwife Polly Davies. Not since his ex-wife abandoned him and their son has Elliot had such a strong reaction to a woman! A relationship is the last thing he needs, yet there's something special about Polly. Maybe it's the way she's bonded with his son, or that the pain of his past fades in her presence... One thing is certain - he's struggling to find reasons to stay away!

About the Author

Jennifer Taylor has been writing Mills & Boon novels for some time, but discovered Medical Romance books relatively recently. Having worked in scientific research, she was so captivated by these heart-warming stories that she immediately set out to write them herself. Jennifer's hobbies include reading and travelling. She lives in northwest England. Visit Jennifer's blog at

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Book Info

Publication date

24th August 2017


Jennifer Taylor

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Mills & Boon an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers


192 pages


Adult & contemporary romance



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