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Author: Carol Marinelli
ISBN13: 978-0263834673
Title: The Elusive Consultant (Medical Romance)
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Publisher: Carol Marinelli; New Ed edition (2003)

The Elusive Consultant (Medical Romance) by Carol Marinelli

Carol writes for the Harlequin Presents and Medical lines and she also writes conte Carol Marinelli was born in England to Scottish parents, then emigrated to Australia, where there are loads of Scottish and English people who did exactly the same, so she’s very at home there. She lives in the outer suburbs of Melbourne-pretty much in her car, driving her three children to their various commitments. Carol writes for the Harlequin Presents and Medical lines and she also writes contemporary women's fiction (with a dark twist) under the name Tessa Bell.

As head of PR for the elite Hollywood Hills Clinic, ex-socialite Freya Rothsberg knows image is everything. Yet her own facade of calm control is shattered when she meets outrageously sexy heart surgeon Zack Carlton at a wedding. One wild night of passion later, Freya is shocked to realize that Zack is the clinic's newest recruit! Playboy Zack exposes Freya's every secret yearning for a fairy-tale ending. The Elusive Consultant. In the Rich Man's World. The Baby of Their Dreams (Contemporary Medical Romance). Barcelona, bab. ride? Seven years ago ER doctor Cat Hayes was left heartbroken after losing her baby boy. Now she's focused on her career.

THE ELUSIVE CONSULTANT is a powerful story, packed full of emotion, desire and exciting medical drama.

With the clock ticking until Max leaves Melbourne, Tess knows they haven't got a future - unless this elusive physician is ready to be tamed. Harlequin Medical Romance March 2017 - Box Set 1 of 2. Carol Marinelli. Needed: Full-Time Father. Princess's Secret Baby.

She’s thirty weeks pregnant,’ Dominic said, and looked over at Kelly for some help. Mum, they’re not a couple,’ his sister said. Perhaps, but I’d still like to meet her. We could come over. His mother, Anna, was warming to the idea. We could fly over for the birth. I’d love to see my granddaughter being born.

Used availability for Carol Marinelli's The Elusive Consultant. March 2004 : UK Hardback.

Carol Marinelli recently filled in a form asking for her job title. Thrilled to be able to put down her answer, she put writer. Then it asked what Carol did for relaxation and she put down the truth - writing. The third question asked for her hobbies. Well, not wanting to look obsessed she crossed the fingers on her hand and answered swimming but, given that the chlorine in the pool does terrible things to her highlights – I’m sure you can guess the real answer.

The Elusive Consultant (Medical Romance). Select Format: Hardcover. Release Date:January 2003. Publisher:Carol Marinelli. Fiction Literature & Fiction Romance.

Carol Marinelli is a nurse who loves writing. Or is she a writer who loves nursing? The truth is, Carol’s having trouble deciding at the moment, but writing definitely seems to be taking precedence! She’s happily married to an eternally patient husband and mother to three fabulously boisterous children. Carol now also writes for Modern Romance™! Recent titles by the same author: Medical Romance™. The doctor’s outback baby. Tennengarrah Clinic) THE BUSH DOCTOR’S CHALLENGE (Tennengarrah Clinic) THE BABY EMERGENCY (Tennengarrah Clinic) THE ELUSIVE CONSULTANT. The italian’s marriage bargain. The billionaire’s contract bride. It has to be a registrar or consultant that discharges Marcus, and unfortunately they’re both stuck in Resus at the moment. They know that you’re waiting, though.

Praise for Carol Marinelli. A well written, enjoyable medical romance. With lovable characters and an interesting plot line, this book makes me even more excited for the upcoming books in 200 Harley Street. He had recently been promoted to Consultant in a busy accident and emergency department at a major teaching hospital. People sometimes said that he was crazy to live so far out but he also had a flat at the hospital for the times when he was on call or held back at work. Luke liked it that where he lived was between Oxford, where his family were, and London, where he worked.