The Carlton Club

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Katherine Stone's IMAGINE LOVE

About the author:
Katherine Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-one novels, including ROOMMATES, BEL AIR, TWINS, PEARL MOON, LOVE SONGS and THIEF OF HEARTS. Her books are sold worldwide and have been translated into twenty languages. A physician who now writes full-time, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, physician-novelist Jack Chase (MORTALITY RATE, FATAL ANALYSIS, THE MAGRUDER TRANSPLANT). She is in the process of publishing all of her novels in new ebook and trade paperback editions.

The Carlton Club
 

Authored by Katherine Stone

From the life and death struggles in the gritty halls of San Francisco's most prestigious hospitals to the glittering parties thrown by the Bay Area's most wealthy and powerful, New York Times bestselling author Katherine Stone weaves of rich tapestry of love, secrets, passion, and betrayal.

Doctor Mark Collinsworth is a brilliant physician, dedicated to medicine and to saving lives. But his own life, his own happiness, is in great jeopardy. Many women are attracted to the stunningly handsome doctor. But there is only one woman who can make him whole.

Society debutante and patron of the arts, Kathleen Jordaine has lived a charmed and golden life. But all the wealth in the world cannot buy love and when she meets the man she loves, she must be willing to risk everything for him and that love.

Doctor Leslie Adams makes excellent decisions at the hospital, life-saving ones, but the choices she makes in her personal life have caused as much heartache as joy. And when she finally makes the right choice, the decision that will save her heart and his, secrets from the past threaten to shatter them both.


Publication Date:
2011-07-19
ISBN/EAN13:
1463732716 / 9781463732714
Page Count:
470
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary




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