Sunday, November 17, 2013

Rangeland Nurse

Title: Rangeland Nurse
Author: Suzanne Roberts
Publisher: Ace Books (#70401)
Published: ©1967
Illustrator: Lou Marchetti
Review available
 
This is not credited, but it is done very much in his style.
 
Trudi Dalton left the bluegrass country of Kentucky on a very special journey. On a sprawling ranch set in the deep purple mountains of the West, a little boy named Ricky was confined to a wheelchair. And the young nurse had come to take care of him. Trudi soon discovered that her real problem was not in nursing the boy, rather it was in dealing with his father, widower Matt Frazier. For the handsome rancher’s bitterness and indifference to his son provoked Trudi’s fiery temper. Yet, unwillingly, she found herself falling in love with Matt Frazier. Faced with a terrible crisis that would affect all their lives, Trudi would be forced into a desperate gamble—if she succeeded, they could become a united family—and if she failed she would lose both Ricky and Matt forever…

Down East Nurse

Title: Down East Nurse
Author: Sylvia Lloyd
Publisher: Ace Books (M-159)
Published: ©1965
Illustrator: Martin Koenig
Review available

His signature is in the lower right-hand corner.

Lovely, city-bred Claudia Snowden came to Maine to nurse her aging aunt—isolated in a remote New England village. Expecting to find an old-fashioned doctor using outmoded methods, Claudia found herself working instead with young, handsome Dr. Adams—who was as dedicated as the top-notch physicians she had worked with in the city… so dedicated that Claudia apparently could not tear his attention away from his work to herself. Should she abandon all hope of ever reaching this aloof doctor and say yes to the man who really needed her?