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The Doctors Secret (#1 Copper Point Medical)
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Heidi Cullinan
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The Doctors Secret (#1 Copper Point Medical)

Heidi Cullinan


9781641081009

DREAMSPINNER PR


Romance » Contemporary Romance;
Romance » LGBT Romance


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368 pages

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Dr Hong-Wei Wu has come to Copper Point, Wisconsin, after the pressures of a high-powered residency burned him out of his career before he started. Ashamed of letting his family down, he plans to live a quiet life as a surgeon in this tiny town. His plans, however, don't include his outgoing, kind, and attractive surgical nurse, Simon Lane. The problem is, St. Ann's has a strict no-dating policy between staff, which means their romance is off the table, unless they bend the rules. But a romance that keeps them in the closet (literally) can't lead to happy ever after. Simon does not want to stay a secret, and Hong-Wei doesn't want to keep himself removed from life -- not anymore. To secure their happiness, they'll have to change the administration's mind. But what other secrets will they uncover along the way, about Copper Point and about each other?

By:   Heidi Cullinan
Imprint:   DREAMSPINNER PR
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 180mm,  Width: 110mm,  Spine: 107mm
Weight:   174g
ISBN:   9781641081009
ISBN 10:   1641081007
Series:   Copper Point Medical
Pages:   368
Publication Date:   April 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Heidi Cullinan writes positive-outcome romances for LGBT characters struggling against insurmountable odds. A member of Romance Writers of America since 1999, Heidi Cullinan has served as president of Rainbow Romance Writers, run local chapter newsletters, and volunteered for committees on the local and national level.


Cullinan weaves themes of racism and Asian culture, family pressures, and the value of friends, home, and love into a deeply satisfying romance. --Starred Review, Publisher's Weekly

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