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Fighting for Hope (Modern Battles, #1) Serena Yates

Fighting for Hope (Modern Battles, #1)

Serena Yates

Published today, on August 2, 2013 at Dreamspinner Press, Fighting for Hope is a very special book for me.

It was the very first full-length novel I ever finished - 6 years ago. I still remember the relief I felt when I typed The End - I had actually done it, finished a...Read full review
Susan65

rated it4 of 5 stars
over 3 years ago

The story of James and Grayson is probably the most romantic mm book Ive read in a long time. Yes there was a bit of angst and miscommunication and a lack of communication but both guys were serious romantics at heart. At times predictable but there was couple times wh...Read full review
Lena

rated it5 of 5 stars
over 3 years ago

The novelist Arnold Bennet said: “There can be no knowledge without emotion. We may be aware of a truth, yet until we have felt its force, it is not ours. To the cognition of the brain must be added the experience of the soul.” The argument of logic versus emotion has bee...Read full review
Byron

rated it4 of 5 stars
over 3 years ago

So I sorta read this one with no real expectations and not really knowing what to read next.. Worked well.. I really enjoyed the two characters a lot... They were both having internal monologues/thought processs that I know all to well.. So I made that connection..

The s...Read full review
 About the Book 

Eccentric Sir Malcolm Witherspoon has bequeathed a rare piece of land to the Oxford Hospital Trust with only one stipulation: it must become the site for a new medical center. Unfortunately, he left the details unwritten. Now, several hospitalMoreEccentric Sir Malcolm Witherspoon has bequeathed a rare piece of land to the Oxford Hospital Trust with only one stipulation: it must become the site for a new medical center. Unfortunately, he left the details unwritten. Now, several hospital departments are fighting to get their visions approved by the Appropriations Committee. Head of Pediatrics Dr. Grayson Burrows believes the land should be used to build a new children’s hospital. Oncologist Dr. James Pearson is certain a cancer research center will do the most good.It’s a battle neither wants to lose.Soon, their professional integrity is on the line, and they don’t see eye to eye on medical care: Grayson thinks a holistic approach is optimal, while James knows logical trial and error works best. But when they’re tasked with obtaining the hospital board’s approval for their respective proposals, their personal attraction threatens to take over, making them behave in an entirely unprofessional way. As the deadline looms on the committee’s decision, both Grayson and James must reevaluate their priorities or neither doctor will get what he wants.1st edition published by Silver Publishing, March 2011.