Sweet Medicine

By Barbara Sheridan

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Trevor Lynbrook was indulged in pursuing medicine and became a promising surgeon. After his father dies leaving him heir to the title as Earl of Greylock he is forced to give up medicine and turns his attention to wine, women and song.

To save Trevor from himself his grandfather volunteers him to aid an old friend in America and Trevor is sent to Oklahoma Territory to run a clinic adjacent to the Cheyenne reservation where Lucy Willis teaches school.

Down to earth and happy with a simple life, Lucy has no time for pompous people who think they're better than everyone else and she certainly doesn't like Trevor's superior attitude. She refuses to be one of his conquests…no matter how much he thrills her.

This book was previously published elsewhere. It has been revised, expanded and re-edited for release with Total-e-bound

General Release Date: 1st August 2007

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Book Information
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Format: EBOOK  
ISBN: 978-1-906328-16-0
Word Count: 88,685
Language: English
Book Length: SUPER NOVEL
Pages: 261

About the author
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Barbara Sheridan

Award winning novelist Barbara Sheridan grew up a fan of historical novels, TV westerns and all things paranormal. She also acquired a fondness for J-rock, samurai films and all things royalty related. Coupled with her love of character driven books, film and TV, all these things have come together to shape her writing interests. Barbara lives in Western Pennsylvania and loves hearing from readers and “meeting” them via social media.

You can take a look at Barbara's Website and follow her on Twitter.

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  Reviewed by The Romance Studio

Ms. Sheridan has created a wonderfully binding story. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes historical romances with lots of sensual action. I loved it!

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  Reviewed by Romance Reader at Heart

This was a great read. Although the story is fiction, it remains true to the prejudices common to this time and the type of difficulty that individuals of this era faced...

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