Book Reviews of The Healer (Deep in the Heart ) (Harlequin Superromance, No 1105)

The Healer (Deep in the Heart )  (Harlequin Superromance, No 1105)
The Healer - Deep in the Heart - Harlequin Superromance, No 1105
Author: Jean Brashear
ISBN-13: 9780373711055
ISBN-10: 0373711050
Publication Date: 1/1/2003
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Caroline suffers an injury that can end her surgical career. She goes to a remote West Texas town to heal. Diego Montalvo can empathize with her struggle. He has come home to become a folk healer. Can he teach her what she really needs?
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emotional, exciting and unexpected
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Well developed story line, vivid charcters set in contemporary New Mexico. Lead characters deal with healing and learning to live again after trauma.
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Brilliant, driven surgical superstar Caroline Malone is desperate to recover from the injury that threatens to end her career, and she'll try anything that might help her heal--including a rest away from it all in the remote Davis Mountains of west Texas.

Half Latino, half Anglo, Diego Montalvo knows exactly how it feels to have fate change your life. Three years ago he lost men as a Special Forces medic, and almost lost his life. Now back in the valley he left to follow the call of ambition--and feeling a measure of peace at last--he's trying to make a new life combining his Western medical training with the nontraditional ways of his Latino heritage as a curandero or folk healer.

Diego's hard-won peace vanishes when Caroline arrives. He understands her world--once it was all he wanted--and there is much he can teach her..if she'll let him. But if he succeeds in healing her, she'll return to a world that's not the world where Diego is needed...or the one he needs.
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She can't stay in his world-and he can't leave his

Brilliant, driven sugical superstar Caroline Malone is desperate to recover from the injury that threatens to end her career, and she'll try anything that might help her heal-including a rest away from it all in the remote Davis Mountains of west Texas.

Half Latino, half Anglo, Diego Montalvo knows exactly how it feels to have fate change your life. Three years ago he lost men as a Special Forces medic, and almost lost his life. Now back in the valley he left to follow the call of ambition-and feeling a measure of peace at last-he's trying to make a new life combining his Western medical training with the nontraditional ways of his Latino heritage as a curandero or folk healer.

Diego's hard-won peace vanishes when Caroline arrives. He understands her world-once it was all he wanted-and there is so much he can teach her...if she'll let him. But if he suceeds in healing her, she'll return to a world that's not the world where Diego is needed...or the one he needs.
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From teh back of the book "Brilliant, driven surgical superstar Caroline Malone is desperate to recover from the injury that threatens to end her career, and she'll try anything that might help her heal - including a rest away from it all in the remote Davis Mountains of west Texas.

Half Latino, half Angle, Diego Montalvo knows exactly how it feels to have fate change your life. Three years ago he lost men as a Special Forces medic, and almost lost his life. Now back in the valley he left to follow the call of ambition - and feeling a measure of peace at last - he's trying to make a new life combining his Western medical training with the nontradtional ways of his Latino heritage as a curandero or folk healer...."