Mills & Boon- American Surgeon In London

by Lynne Marshal


3.8 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

3.8 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

Description:

Mitchell Cooper had it all — a beautiful wife and daughter, and a glittering career in Hollywood as a sought after plastic surgeon. But as his career soared, his personal life collapsed. Now he and little Molly have come to London to rebuild their lives. But after one sensational night with new colleague, fellow American Grace Turner, Mitchell finds himself daring to live again! Only, the beautiful reconstructive surgeon is hiding a painful secret of her own…

English
Genre, Romance

About The Author

Lynne used to worry she had a serious problem with daydreaming, then she discovered she was supposed to write the stories in her head. A late bloomer, Lynne came to fiction writing after her children were nearly grown. Now she battles the empty nest by writing stories which always include a romance, sometimes medicine, a dose of mirth, or both, but always stories from her heart. She is a Southern California native, married for almost thirty years, has two adult children she is super proud of, is a dog lover, cat admirer, a power walker, and fellow traveler on this wild road called life!


Average Reader Rating

3.8 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings

Reader Reviews

5 reviews for Mills & Boon- American Surgeon In London

  1. 4 out of 5

    “Amazing Book”

  2. 3 out of 5

    This was a wonderful story of new beginnings. Mitch left a successful career as a Hollywood plastic surgeon to make a new life for he and his daughter. He spends most of his time either working or with Mia. It’s a bit lonely, but it protects his heart from being hurt again. Grace is another plastic surgeon who has come to London, also for a new beginning. They meet one evening and start talking, going on to have an amusing time together. Nothing deep is talked about and they only exchange first names, never expecting to see each other again. To their surprise, they discover that they will be working together, Grace having just been hired to work at the Hunter Clinic. Neither is looking for a relationship, but they just can’t seem to stop thinking about each other. The fears that both Mitch and Grace had felt realistic to me. I loved seeing how well they connected, the hope that they felt, but also the wariness that made each of them try to hold back. I also liked the tone of their conversations, whether they were being a little silly or talking about their work. I loved Grace’s ease with Mia and seeing how that helped Mitch open himself up to the possibilities. I also loved the way that Mitch showed Grace that it was her spirit that he had fallen for, that the outside really didn’t matter. I really enjoyed the ending.

  3. 4 out of 5

    200 Harley Street: AMERICAN SURGEON IN LONDON by author Lynne Marshall is a Harlequin Medical series release for May 2014.Grace Turner moves to London to get away from some bad memories. Another American at the clinic, Mitchell Turner meets Grace by chance and they spend a lovely evening together. When they discover that they will be working together, they decide to keep their relationship professional. Yet could they forget the lovely evening they had together? Mitchell and Grace were not after a relationship after all, were they?200 Harley Street: AMERICAN SURGEON IN LONDON moved me to tears many times. It is a full on emotional drama. Author Lynne Marshall brought genuine emotions and this tale shimmers with emotion and has a lovely romance. Highly recommended for all lovers of medical romance.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lynne Marshall is one of those authors that has always been able to truly speak to me through her books. She takes ordinary everyday stories of romance and turns them in to the extraordinary!In her latest read we meet Micthell Cooper, once he had it all, a beautiful wife, adorable daughter and a high class living it up Hollywood career, then reality came crashing through the golden doors and he moved to London with his little girl to try and rebuild their lives. The characters in this read were so powerful they captured my attention from start to finish. From the first introductions I was completely obsessed with them all, I craved the insight into their minds, aches and hurts so badly, and knowing this author has the ability to give it all with amazing flair I knew all I had to do was keep reading and I would walk away with everything I craved. Through the character of Michell I learned that when life gets you down and all that you had seems lost to the perfect existence you carved out for yourself it really is not the end of the world, it is simply a chance to rebuild your life into something more spectacular then what you had. It might seem that everything you had was perfect but when you look back you will see it was simply a mirage of perfection, the true life of wonder lies in the secret of knowing when you find the true perfect things in life. I am taking away a message of everything in life happens for a reason, bad or good it is all part of the plan to shape us in to the people we need to be. I highly recommend this read for all fans of romance reads, it was passionate, heartfelt and so wonderfully emotional it will remain with me for all my life!

  5. 4 out of 5

    When people suffer through a physical trauma or an emotional ordeal, they will sometimes keep others at a distance for fear of experiencing more pain in some form. Two individuals whose lives are filled with anguish for these reasons are featured in the fourth book of the 200 Harley Street series. This couple has so much to give others, yet they let no one get too close to them. Lynne Marshall expresses genuine emotions all throughout 200 HARLEY STREET: AMERICAN SURGEON IN LONDON, where every single moment is extremely believable. The Hunter Clinic located at 200 Harley Street in London helps people whose backgrounds vastly differ, and its doctors get much satisfaction aiding those who truly need their help. One would think their skilled surgeons would be very happy, yet sometimes a successful career hides a rather miserable personal life. The main characters in AMERICAN SURGEON IN LONDON may have unlike reasons for feeling low-spirited at times, yet their problems are certainly realistic. Mitchell puts the needs of his daughter before his own, thus dating always involves thoughts of whether the woman and his child would get along. The tragic incident that forever changed Grace makes her think no man will ever be attracted to her again. As these two get to know each other better, they gradually come to understand that inner nature is most important in a relationship. What Mitchell discovers about Grace makes her irresistible to him, and she really likes his unexpected playful behavior. Lynne Marshall has such a gift for creating true-to-life characters, as their every response is so convincing with candid honesty. Their conversations are also intellectual and often contain plenty of sharp wit. I thoroughly enjoyed their back and forth banter. How they conveyed their desire for one another is especially touching, as lust and caring are equally expressed. Ms. Marshall cleverly gives details about other employees at the Hunter Clinic, and I am glad so many are getting to tell their own stories. 200 HARLEY STREET: AMERICAN SURGEON IN LONDON is an emotionally rewarding novel with particularly likable characters and imaginable events.

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