Courting the Doctor's Daughter

AN UNEXPECTED MATCHA widow with three boys to raise, Mary Graves has no time for peddlers of phony medicine She s a dedicated healer working alongside her doctor father When a handsome stranger blows into town with his elixir of health and asks questions about her newly adopted son, Mary s determined to uncover the truth behind all his claims.Once the reckless heir toAN UNEXPECTED MATCHA widow with three boys to raise, Mary Graves has no time for peddlers of phony medicine She s a dedicated healer working alongside her doctor father When a handsome stranger blows into town with his elixir of health and asks questions about her newly adopted son, Mary s determined to uncover the truth behind all his claims.Once the reckless heir to a Boston fortune, Dr Luke Jacobs travels the country with his herbal medicine while searching for his long lost son After meeting the feisty doctor s daughter and her youngest boy, Luke has found what he s been looking for at last But can he convince her to let him into her home, her family and her heart
Courting the Doctor s Daughter AN UNEXPECTED MATCHA widow with three boys to raise Mary Graves has no time for peddlers of phony medicine She s a dedicated healer working alongside her doctor father When a handsome stranger blows

  • Title: Courting the Doctor's Daughter
  • Author: Janet Dean
  • ISBN: 9780373828128
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Courting the Doctor's Daughter”

    1. Janet Dean has written the historical fiction book of my heart. I love a hero who must fight past his inner wounds to win the girl. In fact, in Courting the Doctor’s Daughter, Dean writes of two people, wounded by life’s harshness and the failure of those they had depended upon, who come together over the fate of a young orphan boy.Mary Graves, the heroine, raises three sons as a widow, one of which she took in after an orphan-train placement fell through. She assists her aging father’s me [...]

    2. CourtingBook 2This is the sequel to "Courting Miss Adelaide." It was a sweet book with some conflict.This book was sweet as well. It focuses on Mary, a widowed mother of three (the four year old is newly adopted). She works alongside her doctor father in his clinic but desperately wants him to find another doctor to assist him so he can start working "more normal hours." Her sons desperately need a father figure.Enter Luke Jacobs. He and Mary do not hit it off since she is angered by his peddlin [...]

    3. Mary Graves is a widower with three young boys. Her father is the local doctor and she longs to join his practice. When Dr. Luke Jacobs stops in town, he ignites her doctoring ambitions. Jacobs is selling medicine and Mary is determined to prove the medicine and the doctor are worthless. Surprisingly, Dr. Graves brings Dr. Jacobs onto his practice to helptemperately.Janet Dean wrote a very compelling tale. Many lines I wanted to quote and share with everyone. Yet the best way to understand the q [...]

    4. A delightful story about a young woman with one thing in mind; to become a woman doctor. She set her goal and she wasn't about to let any man, especially some uneducated medicine man, change her mind. What she didn't realize was what she saw and what was really there were two different things. She met a man of substance, of education, still to distrust the outside. Her father was an important player in her life, but also children she was left with as a widow. She was privileged to also add to he [...]

    5. It was a cute and easy read. I do agree it was a bit predictable, but I liked it anyways. I loved most of the characters although some were a bit annoying or odd. This was my favorite of the three Historical Romances I got for Christmas.

    6. An excellent storyI enjoyed this book Luke & Mary have an awesome story to be told.This is the 2nd book in this series and both were good but I really liked this one.

    7. While this was a good read, I wasn't overly fond of Mary who came across as being cold and erratic with her behavior. She did change throughout the book, but I couldn't warm up to her.

    8. Cute historicalish romance. Great characters who have tough lives yet find a second chance at love. Faith and honesty triumph in the end. Good clean book.

    9. Learned alot about trust, forgiveness, solving challenges with communication.A great book, lots of lessons, without being preachy and stuffyjust a great story!

    10. I received this book after registering for a free copy on GoodReads. It was an enjoyable, although predictable, read. Set in the 1800's, the author clearly researched the time period.

    11. I enjoyed the setting and time period in the book. It fit well with the story. It was an enjoyable read.

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