A Harlequin Romance, first published in 1961.
“Nurse Rosemary and Chris had been in love since they were eighteen, when she had left school and Chris had been a theological student. They were both filled with enthusiasm. . . to work together in some country overseas. . .Then one day, as she watched the clever fingers of Julian Halliday, the gynaecologist. . .”
These novels must have practically written themselves. Will Nurse Rosemary choose the practical, earnest theological student Chris, or the dashing, suave Dr. Halliday, he of the “clever fingers”?