• Title: The Physician's Irish Lady
  • Author: Susan Macatee
  • ISBN: 9781628300383
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Physician s Irish Lady Keara Fagan is falsely accused of insurrection against the British and sentenced to indentured servitude in Australia The Irish native escapes on a ship bound for America with no money and the clothes
    Keara Fagan is falsely accused of insurrection against the British and sentenced to indentured servitude in Australia The Irish native escapes on a ship bound for America with no money and the clothes on her back Now, she must stay on the run while trying to survive in a strange land As Dr Elliot James travels by train from Philadelphia to York, a young woman faints atKeara Fagan is falsely accused of insurrection against the British and sentenced to indentured servitude in Australia The Irish native escapes on a ship bound for America with no money and the clothes on her back Now, she must stay on the run while trying to survive in a strange land As Dr Elliot James travels by train from Philadelphia to York, a young woman faints at his feet He s sworn, as a physician, to aid the sick and injured, but fears this woman needs than medical help Enchanted by her beauty and touched by her dignity, he buys her a meal and offers her a place to stay in his small Pennsylvania town.But a mysterious Irishman pursues her to the idyllic town surrounded by scenic farmland.Is he the abusive husband come to claim his runaway wife, or someone sinister

    One Reply to “The Physician's Irish Lady”

    1. The Physician's Irish Lady tells of a woman shipped from home against her will, and down on her luck and knight in frock coat. It's a sweet tale of two strangers meeting on a train, of the wish to do good going a little awry and yet.True love wins out in the end. If you enjoy Historical Romance, do give The Physician's Irish Lady a try!

    2. This is a nice easy read. I would liked to have seen more interaction/history between the heroine and the villain before she boards the train. Overall, a good story!

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