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Beyond Secrets

Natalie Da Breo

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Candice St. John is an Emergency Room doctor from Atlanta Georgia. She travels to the beautiful and romantic island of Saint Lucia to establish an emergency care system at the New National Hospital on the Scenic Millennium Highway. When she arrives on the island she is picked up at the airport by a handsome, Frenchman Damian Brandon Jolicoeur who has so immersed himself into the Saint Lucian culture that he has become as informal as his hosts. Having emerged only recently from a failed relationship with an eminent oncologist at Emory University Hospital, Candice vows to remain single. But she soon finds the Frenchman irresistible. Eventually she concedes that she has fallen in love with Damian who withholds his emotional attachment to Candice because of his secrets. Amid the tension of her relationship with Damian, Candice learns to temper her love against the realities of Damian’s situation and eventually completes her healing from past disappointments. After a major accident on the island’s west coast, a Chikungunya epidemic, a hurricane and the threat of Ebola all of which drew the couple together, Damian makes some admissions of his own. With their secrets unveiled, both Candice and Damian must now consider the next best step after St. Lucia.

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