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New York Times bestselling author Katherine Stone writes from her heart to yours, weaving emotional and evocative stories of love. In Promises, she has created an unforgettable story of friendship and love, joy and tragedy, daring dreams and heartbreaking betrayal.
Some promises are made to be broken . . . but those are not the promises of love.Dr. Elizabeth Jennings is a dedicated trauma surgeon. That’s her dream, her passion. And it’s more than enough until Dr. Nicholas Chase arrives at San Francisco’s Pacific Heights Medical Center.
The black-haired, blue-eyed transplant surgeon has dark secrets that he wants to hide. He must hide. Especially from someone as lovely as Elizabeth. For Nick knows all too well that caring about him, loving him, would surely destroy her.
Larisa is Elizabeth’s college roommate and one time closest friend. But since her marriage to Julian Chancellor, Larisa has drifted away, faded away . . . until, desperate and betrayed, she reaches out to Elizabeth.
Larisa fights to repair her shattered heart, but will it truly be whole until she dares to trust again? To love again? And what if, when she takes that courageous chance, it is the most perilous choice of all?
Katherine Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-one novels, including Roommates, Bel Air, Twins, Love Songs, Happy Endings, and Thief of Hearts. Her books are sold worldwide and have been translated into twenty languages. A physician who now writes full time, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, physician-novelist Jack Chase (Mortality Rate, Fatal Analysis, The Magruder Transplant).
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I absolutely love this book. It's the first romance I ever read that really touches the heart and the mind. Please publish more of this authors work in ebook format, I love her work and it's hard to find it in paperback. This is my favorite of all her books, read it and cherish the moment as if it were yourself