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"Good second chance at love tale"

After accepting a nurse manager position, partially to remove her sons from possible bad influences, Liz Jordan must move the twins from the only home they've known to a new town, with a whole new set of problems for the growing boys, as well as herself. Not only does she have a spiteful rival for her job, but she also has to deal with her rival's son - a discontent, spoiled child - and her feeling for Dr. Jeff Carter.

All Dr. Carter wants is a well run nursing staff, to lead a quiet and calm life, proper patient care, and to be left out of the matchmaking arena. Despite his best intentions, he finds himself drawn to the new nurse manager, and dealing with the whole slew of problems their romance brings about.

While A Double Opposition can be read as a stand alone, I would recommend reading On Opposite Sides and A Minor Opposition first. Without reading the other two first, I read A Double Opposition and found myself wondering at the back-story hinted at, wanting to know the exact details.

Ms Walters does a good job of weaving a second chance at love tale, but at the end, I found myself wondering if it could have been fleshed out a bit more. There were several areas that I felt needed a bit more to them, where time seemed to have passed to quickly and conversations came off a bit stiff, but all in all, A Double Opposition was a good story.

Reviewed by Michelle Houston
Courtesy eBOOKISLE.com
Posted July 29, 2004

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 11, 2006

SUMMARY

Liz Jordan's life is hectic and she has no room or time for love. She's raising twin sons who have never known their hero father. Her reliable sitter is moving to Florida. She's taken a nurse manager's position at Eastlake Community Hospital complete with a resentful and spite-filled nurse. Add widower Alex Carter, neurosurgeon and the hospital's most eligible bachelor and her problems escalate. Can she afford to step into his arms and admit she's found love a second time?

 

A Double Opposition
by Janet Lane Walters

New Concepts Publishing
November 1, 2003
ISBN #1586083805
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