Family Planning

Family Planning A nurse practitioner at El Centro a not for profit women s health center in rural Pennsylvania Charlotte Hopper has found peace in her carefully constructed life until her old college friend moves n

  • Title: Family Planning
  • Author: Elizabeth Letts
  • ISBN: 9780451217592
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A nurse practitioner at El Centro, a not for profit women s health center in rural Pennsylvania, Charlotte Hopper has found peace in her carefully constructed life until her old college friend moves next door, resurrecting a secret so devastating that Charlotte s husband leaves rather than face the past And after a heartbreaking discovery is made on the grounds behind theA nurse practitioner at El Centro, a not for profit women s health center in rural Pennsylvania, Charlotte Hopper has found peace in her carefully constructed life until her old college friend moves next door, resurrecting a secret so devastating that Charlotte s husband leaves rather than face the past And after a heartbreaking discovery is made on the grounds behind the clinic, the women of El Centro must contend with being in the media spotlight and being suspected of a terrible crime Caught in a whirlwind of tragedies both large and small, Charlotte will learn just how much of herself she can give and how much she must keep.

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    One thought on “Family Planning

    1. Christy

      A nurse practitioner discovers a dead baby in a dumpster and finds herself and her women's health clinic in the center of a scandal. Great story that runs a bit slow in places.

    2. Emily

      Another book that my step-mom lent me. This was one she though was ok, but not amazing and I agree with that assessment. The story is about the women of El Centro and the challenges they face over a few months. There is Charlotte who is the nurse practitioner at the clinic, who's past is coming back to haunt her. There is her staff, most of whom are dealing with personal crisis and self discovery in their own life. While there clinic is going through it's own growing/dying pains as decisions are [...]

    3. Louise

      Elizabeth Letts is a remarkable author. Her first novel "Quality of Care" established her as a powerful new voice in fiction. This second novel is a compelling page-turner.From back cover:"The nurse practitioner at El Centro, a not-for-profit women's health center in rural Pennsylvania, Charlotte Hopper is responsible for the well-being of her patients, as well as her dedicated staff. Especially since the clinic's doctor is usually absent-and drunk.But soon Charlotte's carefully constructed life [...]

    4. Bobbi Heck

      A nurse practitioner at El Centro, a not-for-profit women's health center in rural Pennsylvania, Charlotte Hopper has found peace in her carefully constructed life-until her old college friend moves next door, resurrecting a secret so devastating that Charlotte's husband leaves rather than face the past. And after a heartbreaking discovery is made on the grounds behind the clinic, the women of El Centro must contend with being in the media spotlight-and being suspected of a terrible crime.

    5. Sherry

      Didn't really like this one. I kept thinking it would get better. didn't. I thought maybe something unexpected would happen didn't. I hate to say it but I wish I hadn't wasted the time reading it.

    6. Bev Sykes

      Elizabeth's second book, which she considers better than the first. I have to admit I didn't like it as much as the first. This is more a character examination sort of book, but I felt that getting to know so many characters so intimately interfered with the plot and I found it distracting.

    7. Marie

      Excellent novel about the women and visiting a nonprofit women's clinic serving a predominantly Hispanic, immigrant clientele. The author is a nurse-midwife and the mother of four children. How she finds time to write simply baffles me!!

    8. Karen Szafran

      By same author as "Quality of Care". Storyline not nearly as intriguing. Focus is on FNP working at women's clinic in PA

    9. Andy Plonka

      A little too heavy on feelings and a predictable ending, butsome of the sore points are altogether too true.

    10. Julie

      Really liked the characters. The story was good but somewhat predictable at times. Some of it tied up a little too neatly for my taste, but a good read.

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