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Mountain Green Corporate Blue Paperback – April 13, 2017
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L J Saunders has treated approximately 100,000 people throughout her career as an Emergency Medicine Physician, Surgical Resident and Maxillofacial Fellow. Having worked in major urban trauma centers, small rural hospitals in the mountains of Northeast Georgia and on a Native American reservation,she celebrates the incredible similarities among us all in our diversity.She considers her most amazing,rewarding accomplishment raising her two beautiful daughters!
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Top Customer Reviews
Most of the book is set in the South and in a religious setting; two things that I am not well acquainted with. So it’s interesting to see another part of the country’s culture. Grace has to be my favorite character, as she is about my age and moved away from her small town to learn music. I love stories of people who come back to their small towns to visit. This novel is very humble in nature, though it has its traditional ideas about marriage and love – and that’s okay! “Love at first sight” stories are hard to come by today, so if you like stories like that, then definitely check out this book.
The only issues I had with it was the formatting, as the paragraphs could be broken shorter and the bold lettering was distracting – but this was overshadowed as the novel was written very well. The descriptions in the book were not overly long and were intriguing. The character’s southern accents were written to allude to the accent but not each word is changed to a diction so it slows down the reading. It’s shorter than average, making it a quick and enjoyable read (my book myself being about this length; it’s what I prefer.)