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Dr. Dorothy’s Choice

by Elizabeth Wesley (1962)
Dr. Dorothy's Choice

A beautiful young doctor risks everything to save her hospital, her career — and her love.

As a doctor at the Still River hospital and as the bride-to-be of Tom Norman, Doc Bailey had exactly what she wanted in life — to cure the sick and to love and be loved.

Then both her career and her love were threatened — one by an ambitious doctor, the other by a beautiful, seductive woman. Both had power, money and cunning behind them.

Alone, with only her conscience and her love to guide her, Doctor Dee had to make the decision which would determine not only her own future, but the future of the hospital and the entire Still River community as well.

Nurse’s Dilemma

by Hilda Pressley (1965)
Nurse's Dilemma

Sister Alys had been in love with Doctor Richard Kent for a long time — at a distance. Then she was appointed to the post of Home Sister, which would bring them into contact — not knowing that Doctor Kent considered that particular post a great waste of a trained nurse’s time.