Wednesday, December 7, 2016



The third novel in my Going to the Dogs series features Dr. Connor Wentworth, one of the AlphaGroup's original co-founders. He's a reconstructive surgeon who wants to keep his life simple. Finding it difficult to choose between love or medicine, he's chosen to focus on his gift and his calling. That works well for him until he gets a load of RN Talia Cassano. Now he has to reassess his life, discover balance and make a place for her there. This all throws Talia for a loop. She got involved once with a doctor who left her without so much as a by your leave, moved out of state, and married within six months of the break up. Her heart's a little tender, but Connor knows how to heal, he is a doctor after all. Can he pick up the pieces of her broken heart and mend them with his gentle hands? Or will the stress of trying to make room in his life break her heart all over again?
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Genre: Contemporary Romantic Comedy

Release Date:December 7, 2016


RN Talia Cassano works on the same floor of the hospital as gorgeous, sexy Dr. Connor Wentworth, sought after high society bachelor and world renowned reconstructive surgeon. Burned by love, she’s well aware she’s out of his league and really wants a simple life, her dream to own a flower shop on the horizon. But then her brother and mother are in a car accident, her brother’s head and face injuries severe and disfiguring. Even her life savings won’t cover the expensive procedures. She knows that Connor works for AlphaGroup and a grant could help with the high cost of his services. Even as he works tirelessly and generously for the sake of her brother, could she trust the same type of man who had burned her in the past?

With Talia’s application to AlphaGroup, Connor doesn’t challenge his deep need to take on her brother pro bono. His work has been his life and his relationships have remained uncomplicated on purpose. He realized at a young age that it would either be medicine or love. He couldn’t do both well enough to suit his conscience. But there was something about the lovely nurse he couldn’t shake and he’d been trying for months. When he’s thrown together with her over the care of her brother, this sweet, down-to-earth beauty shakes up his upper-crust world and his foundations. Can they somehow meet in the middle or will their goals pull them apart?