Book Reviews of Intensive Care

Intensive Care
Intensive Care
Author: Francis Roe
ISBN-13: 9780451172822
ISBN-10: 0451172825
Publication Date: 7/7/1992
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Paperback
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Mainly a romance book with a scandal thrown in for good measure. Not bad if you like romances.
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Doctor and Patient....or Doctor and Lover? A juicy hospital drama.
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Francis Roe is a retired doctor that writes about what he knows best, medicine and surgery... this is a juicy hospital drama guaranteed to thrill fans of medical fiction. In this book a women, Celine de la Roche, who is determined to live contacts a doctor whose experimental procedure is her only hope. Neither doctor nor patient expected the white-hot intensity of emotions that was sweeping them toward a forbidden liaison. In the meantime the doctor, Caleb, is locked in a battle with a rival surgeon who would use a scandal to block approval of Celine's operation. Now amid a hospital's daily high-tension dramas, a chilling tragedy and dark emotions were leading to a showdown, and time was running out......
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Celine was beautiful, sensual...and, desperately ill. Dr. Caleb Winter was brilliant, dedicated, and determined to save her life. Celine was a woman who went after what she wanted: fame, a successful publishing house, and Charles, her society husband. Now she wanted desperately to live, and Caleb's experimental procedure was her only hope. Neither doctor nor patient expected the white-hot intensity of emotions that was soon sweeping them toward a forbidden liaison and daring the world to stop them. But Caleb was locked in a battle with a rival surgeon who would use a scandal to block approval of Celine's operation.. Now amid a hospital's daily high-tension dramas, a chilling tragedy and dark emotions were leading to a showdown, and time was running out...A REAL PAGE TURNER!
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Somewhat of a love story.. don't usually read those but this was good. Had a bit of mystery in it as well..