Wind of Change

As a freelance nurse, Tracy found it easy enough to drop everything and go to Gibraltar to help out her friend Nerina, who was laid flat by a nasty fall. But it became clear that the orthopeadic surgeon, Andrew Lincoln, wasn't happy about Nerina being nursed at home, though he did accept that fretting at a hospital would hinder Nerina's recovery.
Inevitably brought into contact with Tracy, he obviously thought she could provide the family life he never had - but Tracy, with her own parent's marriage as example, was wary of commitment. How could they bridge their opposing ideas?
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