Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

The GP’s Secret Baby Wish

Copies of my 36th mills & Boon Medical Romance arrived on Friday and it was as exciting to hold as my very first one , Their Marriage Miracle, was ten years ago.

Scary how fast the time has gone, and here’s to the next ten years and loads more stories.

Today I sent in the second in a three book series I’m writing based around search and Rescue in the Central Otago Lakes District with Queenstown as the centre for my heroes and heroines. With the mountains, dense bush and lakes there’s plenty of scenarios for accidents and our medical saviours to do their bit.

Before starting book 3 I’m taking a couple of days off to attack the overgrown raspberry patch and get the house ready for a paint job. If the weather plays ball, that is. We’ve not had a wonderful spring so fingers crossed summer does a better job.

Have you got any jobs around the house that need attacking?

6 thoughts on “The GP’s Secret Baby Wish”

  1. Congratulations on book number 36, Sue! I love your cover. My most pressing job around the house is to paint the kitchen – I’ve been putting it off for too long now. Last Christmas I promised myself I’d do it before this Christmas, so I’m going to have to get a move on 🙂 x

    1. You sure are, Annie. Time is racing past, isn’t it? Good luck with the paint job. Painting the exterior of the house is on my list as well. We’ll see!!!

  2. Mine are mostly technical issues. JUST got my cable working properly – with a new digital receiver and remote both replaced. JUST ordered a new server – my Internet has been getting less than 1 mbps speed for years now, I’m paying for 6 mbps, and most people have at least 30 mbps (with a good friend having 250!), so once the new modem is delivered, here’s hoping we can install it on our own during COVID when nobody comes out to help you in person (like we did with our cable). Our cell phone isn’t holding the charge – so I need to look into new phones and possibly a new plan, as we pay as we go right now. Last but not least, we have needed new wall-to-wall carpeting for over 25 years now (it’s 40 years old) – this came to the top of our list in August, but now the technical issues have taken priority.
    Congrats on all your published books in the last decade. I wholeheartedly look forward to reading your stories for several decades to come!

    1. Aww, thanks, Laney. I love writing them. Those tech issues are a nightmare. Living in the Sounds they are a problem here too, and getting worse, not better, despite getting a more up to date phone after drowning my old one. Good luck sorting your issues out.

    1. Don’t be, Amy. It’s not doing so well this year. First failure in 14 years so can’t complain – but I will. Thanks. 36 seemed impossible a few years ago.

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