You, Me And A Family/Cinderella Of Harley Street

You, Me And A Family/Cinderella Of Harley Street

by Sue MacKay, Anne Fraser

Imprint: Medical

Release date: 31/03/2013

Pages: 372 Pages

ISBN: 9781460898253

You, Me And A Family by Sue MacKay

Returning to Nelson Harbour Hospital, Dr Alexandra Prendergast sees work as a distraction from the loss of the baby she'd always longed for. But working with single dad Mario Forelli - who's bringing up his little girl Sophia - only reinforces dreams of a family that for Alex can never come true.

Alex tries to resist Mario's continental charm, but in doing so she sees vulnerability beneath his proud façade. Maybe a family for all three of them is closer than they think?

Cinderella Of Harley Street by Anne Fraser

Paediatrician Cassie Ross has never forgotten her whirlwind affair with Dr Leith Ballantyne. But that was a lifetime ago. Now she needs a temporary job with the chance to start over. Only this time, she has to ask Leith for help…

The last time Leith saw Cassie, she left in the night with just a note as her goodbye. The Cassie here in his Harley Street practice is not the vivacious woman he once knew...but he's determined to give her the fairytale she deserves.

About the author

Sue MacKay

Sue MacKay

With a background in medical technology and a passion for storytelling, it is no wonder Sue MacKay writes medical romances. She wrote her first story about a prince (and herself) at the age of eight, and hasn't stopped telling stories yet. But it wasn't until eleven years ago that she started trying to sell her books.After training and working in medical laboratories, Sue took six months out to learn to fly. It was the most exhilarating—and terrifying—thing she has ever done. With her Private Pilot's license in hand she wasn't ready to return to work, so she headed to Vancouver... more

Anne Fraser

Anne Fraser

Anne was born in Scotland but brought up in South Africa. After she left school she returned to the birthplace of her parents, the remote Western Islands of Scotland. She left there to train as a nurse before going on to university to study English literature. After the birth of her first child, she and her doctor husband traveled the world working in rural Africa, Australia and Northern Canada.Anne worked in the health sector until very recently, laterally as a manager of an IVF unit, so she has no shortage of medical scenes for her books. In addition, she blatantly... more