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Nurse Nadia Smith is devoted to the fragile lives in the neonatal intensive care unit. The loss of her own baby has made her care that much more for her tiny patients. Her heart becomes particularly attached to a special set of twins...and their daddy.

Single dad Dr. Gideon West refuses to leave the sides of his premature newborn twins for even a second. They are the most precious things in the world. Nadia is taken with the gorgeous doctor, and it is clear to Gideon she has already fallen head over heels in love with his beautiful babies. It's not long before he begins to realize what a wonderful wife and mother Nadia would make--if only she would open her heart to him.

Published: Harlequin Medical Romance an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781426831782
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