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  • Author:
    Olivia Gates
  • ISBN:
    0373820100
  • ISBN13:
    978-0373820108
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    Harlequin Presents; Original edition (May 10, 2005)
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    Contemporary
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Doctors on the Frontline book.

Doctors on the Frontline book. I raise my hat to Olivia Gates, and I'm really wondering about the publisher who lets a book like that not only go unnoticed but get so badly packaged (I mean, seriously, this cover??) and not even make it avail I literally can't believe this was a debut book! And that it isn't a HUGE bestseller and book club talkshow material. This book was so topical, exposes so much about the world, war and its victims, and the people who risk their lives to do what's right, to help those no one else would.

Doctors in dange. r. Sherazad Dawson joined the Global Aid Organization’s medical team in a war-torn state to escape her past. She never expected to find her future there!Amid the urgency of frontline medicine, an irresistible Italian doctor, Lorenzo Banducci, becomes Sherazad’s boss, friend-and lover. Lorenzo spends his lifehelping casualties. He won’t leave the frontline, but he fears the risks to Sherazad if she stays. Can she persuade the dedicated doctor that the greatest danger would belosing him?

Published June 13th 2016 by Harlequin Medical Romance Classic. Author(s): Olivia Gates (Goodreads Author).

Books related to Doctors on the Frontline. Mar 08, 2012 Theresa rated it it was amazing. An incredible debut book and a heart-stopping medical drama and romance. Doctors on The Frontline should be made into a movie if there's any justice in this world.

About the Author: USA TODAY Bestselling author Olivia Gates has published over thirty books in contemporary, action/adventure and paranormal romance. And whether in today's world or the others she creates, she writes larger than life heroes and heroines worthy of them, the only ones who'll bring those sheikhs, princes, billionaires or gods to their knees. She loves to hear from readers at oliviagatesl.

She is initiated into Frontline danger before she ever joins the team when her convoy is ambushed. As events of that ambush unfold, Sherazad finds herself caring for the injured Dr. she has come to work for. Lorenzo Banducci has dedicated his life to frontline medicine, to making a difference and hopefully saving those that but not for him may have perished. From the start, Sherazad and Lorenzo battle the intensity of their attraction. But being always in harms way, they give in to their passions and become lovers.

Doctors on the Frontline - ඊ-පොත ලියන ලද්දේ Olivia Gates. Can she persuade the dedicated doctor that the greatest danger would belosing him?

Doctors on the Frontline - ඊ-පොත ලියන ලද්දේ Olivia Gates. බේ PC, android, iOS උපාංගවල Google Play පොත් යෙදුම භාවිතයෙන් මෙම පොත කියවන්න. ොබැඳි කියවීම, උද්දීපනය කිරීම, පිටුසන් කිරීම හෝ ඔබ Doctors on the Frontline කියවන අතරේ සටහන් ගැනීම සඳහා බාගන්න. Can she persuade the dedicated doctor that the greatest danger would belosing him? තවත් කියවන්න. Olivia Gates විසින් තවත්. One Night with the Wealthy Rancher & Billionaire, .

Doctors on the Frontline. Sherazad is perplexed by the sensual feelings that suddenly arise in her after she accidentally shoots Lorenzo, a world-famous surgeon, in the arm! They were ambushed while traveling as part of a medical team in the Balkans. And during the attack, she accidentally injured Lorenzo. Yet when they returned to camp, there was passion in Lorenzo's eyes. A dangerous romance is about to begin! (c)ellie misono/olivia gates. Doctors in dange. On Sale: Jun 13, 2016. She never expected to find her future there! Amid the urgency of frontline medicine, an irresistible Italian doctor, Lorenzo Banducci, becomes Sherazad’s boss, friend-and lover.

Doctors On The Frontline by Olivia Gates released on May 10, 2005 is available now for purchase.

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In a war torn state Dr Sherazad Dawson joins the Global Aid Organsation's medial team, in an attempt to escape her past. But instead she finds her future in the arms of Dr Lorenzo Banducci.

Sounds like the perfect romance right? Wrong ! Lorzenso fears for Sherazad's life and wants her out of harms way but there is no way he will be leaving his post. The only thing left for Sherazad to do is prove to Lorenzo that he means the world to her and if she hast as to lose her life to be with him so be it, being away from him for even a minute is more torture than she will ever be able to endure.

This was such a super amazing read and left such a emotional impact on me I cried for hours afterwards. The absolutely extreme emotion and action packed into this read by author left me in no doubt that even if you are no romance fan or a fan of medical romances, after reading this book you will not only be hooked on Olvia's books but you will be hunting the shops to find each and every book in this genre to see what other magical worlds of medical romance has been created.

The characters were phenomenal! There is no woman out there that will not agree with me, that when you have a hero ready to do anything and everything to protect you, there is simply nothing sexier !
The chemistry between the characters were simply scorching not to mention the background settings that were so vividly described it was as if I could truly, truly feel it all.

I recommend this read for reading fans all over the world. Emotional, sensual and so well written it will blow away any notions you might have about romance being just another genre!

" Protecting her might be risking the most precious gift he has ever received"

**Copy provided by the author in exchange for a honest review
Malara
Well, this was certainly different. The romance was a bit Harlequin Presents-ish, but this isn't necessarily bad. This romance develops before a truly fascinating backdrop, that is the hero and heroine's job as, as the title explains, doctors on the frontline.

When British doctor Sherezad Dawson's life went to hell back home, she decided to volunteer with Global Aid Organization and she's been sent to the frontlines in the Balkans. She knows it's going to be harrowing work, but she really wasn't expecting such horrors. And she wasn't expecting to meet her new boss when he rescued her convoy from attack, either.

Italian Dr. Lorenzo Banducci is a man dedicated to his work. He's been in the frontlines for years now, and everyone knows he'll stay there forever, and that he's practically married to his job. But he finds himself more and more drawn to the new addition to his team, and as the days go by and the moment when Sherezad will have to leave comes closer, they'll have to decide what will happen.

This is an extremely short book that feels much longer than it is. I was very impressed by how Gates managed to tell her story in under 200 pages, because it was a story complete with good development of a romance from scratch (I mean, this is not a couple who are already involved as the book starts, and we explore only a certain aspect of their relationship. Sherezad and Lorenzo haven't met as the book starts), plus an excellent look at what the work of doctors like Lorenzo and his team might be like. And Gates did it without her story feeling crammed or without it feeling as if anything was underdeveloped.

Well, one might say we didn't get enough background on the hero and heroine's past, but I'd argue that while we didn't go into any deep analysis there, what Gates did tell us was enough to give us a good clue of where these two characters were coming from. For instance, we understand perfectly well what caused Sherezad's fear of relationshps, and why Lorenzo is so dedicated, even if we're not really hit over the head with constant repetitions of their past. I'd rather call this being subtle when it comes to characterization ;-)

The only place where I thought we should have had a bit more insight into the characters' motivations was near the end, in Lorenzo's case. There comes a point after which we just aren't privy to what he's thinking, so we're just as much in the dark as Sherezad about what he intends to do. Well, ok, I guess this is a perfectly valid way to write it, but I would have liked to know much more about what was going through his mind when he made several huge decisions about the direction his life was going to be taking.

I very much enjoyed the glimpse we got of their jobs. This is a book in which the external conflict isn't really one constant thing, like a villain who's after our hero and heroine. Well, actually, it is one main thing, but it's the war itself, impersonal, but just as dangerous and tragic as if it were after our hero and heroine in particular.

There was a definite ER feel to some of the medical scenes, in that I hadn't the slightest idea of what these people were talking about, but I did get the message that such and such technical term means the patient is in great danger, and that the tension is going up. From her bio in front of the book, Gates is a doctor, and she puts her medical experience to good use here.

On the romance front, I quite liked the relationship between Lorenzo and Sherezad. The "regular" part was just ok, but I loved how their relationship developed on the job, how Gates showed that they respected each other's skills and judgement and I thought this spilled out onto their personal, romantic relationship.
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Doctors on the Frontline by Olivia Gates
Harlequin Medical Romance #164 - August 2004

Dr. Sherazad Dawson volunteers for the Global Aid Organization and joins a medical team in the Balkans. She is initiated into Frontline danger before she ever joins the team when her convoy is ambushed. As events of that ambush unfold, Sherazad finds herself caring for the injured Dr. she has come to work for. Lorenzo Banducci has dedicated his life to frontline medicine, to making a difference and hopefully saving those that but not for him may have perished.

From the start, Sherazad and Lorenzo battle the intensity of their attraction. But being always in harms way, they give in to their passions and become lovers. The emotional intensity surprises both of them, yet both realize a real relationship is not possible. Lorenzo has a need to be on the frontline, and Sherazad, though excellent at what she does, is burning out fast from the pressures.

This is the first Harlequin Medical I've ever read. I'm so glad I chose Ms. Gates! This is an intensely emotional story. Action packed, it moves along at an incredible pace. And yet the characters are very real, and very well developed. You find yourself knowing who these people are, there are no doubts. I will definitely be purchasing more from Ms. Gates! Absolutely awesome! This is also a story not for everyone. As the setting is the frontline war torn Balkans, expect violence and atrocities associated with war. Ms. Gates inspires deep emotions, from joy to sorrow, passion and anger. This one has them all. This one will always have a place on my keeper shelf. This would make a great movie! :D