She’s an emergency doctor, he’s an undercover cop. He’s the love of her life, but he’s changing the life she loves and he can’t tell her why.
Doctor Alexandra Ross loves her demanding job in the ER of Vancouver’s St. Joe’s Hospital.
She adores her policeman husband, Sergeant Cameron Ross.
But Cameron isn’t telling her the whole truth about the dangers of his undercover work.
Alex doesn’t know that the transfer to a small inland town can be a life or death issue for Cam.
If she wants her marriage to work, she’ll have to move with him, give up the excitement and challenge of the ER to become a GP in a hospital where no one seems to want her services. And that means leaving behind a badly injured brother who needs her, and a group of co-workers who’ve become her family.
Can she accept a new way of life, and a new kind of husband?
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Bobby Hutchinson lives for, breathes in, reads and writes books. She lives in a little coal mining town in the Canadian Rockies which she’s writing about in a new series of short reads called “Starwood Chronicles.”
She isn’t an ER doctor or an RCMP officer, she doesn’t do phone sex for money and she’s not running a dating service. But some of her wonderful, gregarious friends have done all of the above, and she’s used their hands on research for her books.
She has directed traffic around construction sites, owned a boutique full of clothes she designed, and run several popular B&B’s. She writes of her madcap experience in HOW NOT TO RUN A B&B. She loves to cook, listen to guest’s life stories and also eavesdrop on private conversations at Starbucks.
She’s currently working on three or four or eight more books. She has six enchanting grandchildren. She lives alone, apart from B&B guests. She meditates, bikes, walks, reads incessantly, and writes compulsively. She also takes advice from her grandchildren regarding all things techie.
She likes a quote by Dolly Parton: “Decide who you are, and then do it on purpose.”
Hearing from readers is the high point in her life.
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