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Scarlet Wilson Writes Big!
There is so Much More Here than I Expected to Find in a Medical Romance!
Publisher: Harlequin Medical Romances (June 1, 2012)
Available as eBook or Print
A Romance for all Continents!
The scope is big! The action moves from the Amazon River, to the California coast, to an apartment on Fisherman’s Warf, (with a view of Alcatraz), back to the Amazon and to California once again!
The characters are big! From the President of the United States and First Lady to world class medical consultants.
The conflict is big! That’s big in the sense of being meaningful. This is a significant book written with great sensitivity and insights. I actually felt good about myself for having read it.
The reading enjoyment is big! That’s big in the sense that you get so much more to like. The characters are extremely likeable, worthy, and sympathetic. You will deeply care what happens to them. This is also a story with no easy fixes. The conflicts are real and the outcomes are realistic. Don’t expect any cliché answers to star-crossed lovers' problems here.
The medical situations are big! Big in the sense of being important and complicated. This medial story demands the greatest skills from the author.
“West Wing to MaternityWing” masterfully deals with breast cancer and body image issues after having a mastectomy. There is the problem of having, IVF, in vitro fertilization, after taking chemotherapy. And at the core of the narrative are the serious complications of dealing with a very premature baby.
The story is so well written that when the heroine says to herself that it would not be fair to the hero, who she truly loves, for her to marry him, I really had to stop and think. Probably it would not be fair to the hero for her to marry him! Indeed, the heroine faces very difficult conflicts.
Now, usually the conflict in many medical romances is such that I often want to yell at the heroine: ‘don’t be stupid, marry the guy’! This ‘romantic’ kind of conflict is often solved with a simple change of mind on the part of the hero or heroine. Well, this is not the case in “West Wing to Maternity Wing”. The conflicts will not be resolved quickly. The conflicts will only be resolved as they would be in real life. It will take counseling.
When it is all said and done, this makes the HEA especially meaningful and emotionally rewarding. The reader will probably remember the hero and heroine for a very long time.
I found the “West Wing toMaternity Wing” to be one of those rare books that made me feel like a better person for having read it. It’s that good. Scarlet Wilson is a rising star in the Medical Romance heavens. In fact, I’d be surprised if the Medical genre can contain her! Brava!
Scarlet Wilson Blazes a New Standard for Medial Romances!