Book #6 – 200 Harley Street – The Enigmatic Surgeon by Annie Claydon

AND THE WINNERS ARE – Pamela and Dyan.  Congratulations!

Breaking news!  Annie Claydon has graciously offered to give away a copy of the 2-in-1 (book #3) in the UK version of 200 Harley Street – The Prince Soldier by Kate Hardy and The Enigmatic Surgeon by Annie Claydon – to one commenter, so what are you waiting for??? Comment away.  Have a look at the books here


Book #6

Annie ClaydonWhen opposites attract…!

Edward North—child prodigy turned genius microsurgeon—has no idea how attractive women find him! Hours spent researching and saving lives leaves him little time for socialising. Until an adorable little boy wanders into his office, followed by his frantic mom, nurse Charlotte King, and they turn his world upside down!

Charlotte’s never allowed herself to act on her feelings for devastatingly gorgeous Edward—her life is complicated enough! But when everything begins to fall apart, this enigmatic surgeon is the only man she can turn to….


Glamour, intensity, desire—the lives and loves of London’s hottest team of surgeons!

Doesn’t this story sound fantastic?  I can tell you wholeheartedly, it is.  The book cover is also fabulous, don’t you think?

Author boiler room:  I’ve mentioned before what a huge help Annie Claydon was during my portion of the Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Continuity, and here’s one more reason why.  As any group of young professionals would require, our characters needed a place to hang out after hours near the Harley Street Clinic.  We tossed around names for our fictitious bar and finally all agreed to Drakes.  I wish I could remember who recommended that name, but I can’t find it in my e-mails.  Anyway, our next problem was to figure out what kind of place it would be.  As always, Annie was back in a flash with a list of links to various pubs. This is the one I imagined when I wrote my bar scene—the bar called Drakes.

Isn’t it gorgeous, and can’t you just imagine a group of young and talented plastic surgeons hanging out here after hours?

Watch for the next installment of 200 Harley Street with book #7 – The Shameless Maverick by Louisa George.

Until next time, make it a great one!


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16 Responses to Book #6 – 200 Harley Street – The Enigmatic Surgeon by Annie Claydon

  1. robena grant says:

    That bar is gorgeous. And the name fits well, although I do love the original.
    The book sounds great. I’ve enjoyed this series. And yeah, great cover oozing with sensitivity and a side of sweet. ; )

    • Hi Robena – wouldn’t it be great to have a bar like that to hang out in? It looks super expensive, though. Thanks for being supportive of this series. 🙂 I loved the review you wrote for American Surgeon in London.

  2. Ooh, a bar with surgeons in it! Yeah, if I were a bazillion years younger, I’d totally hang at Drakes. This looks like an awesome book and an even awesomer series – I’ve really got to catch up!

  3. Hey Christine – I’ve got a copy of this book for you, so you can catch up all you want. 🙂 I’d like to experience a bar like Drakes just once, but ha ha about the surgeons hanging out there. This is, of course, at the end of their day not before surgery. !!!

  4. Hi Lynne, thank you so much for spotlighting my contribution to 200 Harley Street! Was it Scarlet who first suggested the name Drakes? I love the original bar that you chose, too – I can just imagine all our characters in there 🙂

    Annie x

    • Hi Annie – a see, I thought maybe Kate suggested the name? LOL funny how everyone remembers things differently. If Scarlett came up with the name, I love it. It sounds so sophisticated, and the pictures you sent along helped my pick the perfect setting for my “bar” scene.

      Your book premise is fantastic and I’m sure there will be many satisfied readers after getting their hands on book #6!

  5. Dyan says:

    As I am new to 200 Harley Street, I am excited to catch up. If they are all as good as An American Surgeon in London, I can’t wait to read the rest! I wouldn’t mind hanging out there , I bet we would have a great evening!

    • Hi Dyan – yes, it would be a kick to hang out at Drakes. That’s part of the fun being a writer, in our heads we get to hang out at all kinds of places with our characters.

      I am so jazzed you enjoyed my installment of 200 Harley Street, and I predict you’ll love all the others too!

      Thanks for commenting. I’ll put in a good word for you with Annie. 🙂

  6. Pam Lowery says:

    Lynne, I love the medical romance series and I am looking forward to reading all of the 200 Harley Street books they all look so good!

    • Hi Pam – I am thrilled to hear from a reader who loves Medical Romance. We are the best little subgenre no one seems to know about. LOL. I’d love to introduce you to this series starting with Annie’s book. I’ll put in a good word for you, okay?

      Thanks for commenting!

  7. R Thomas says:

    Hey, Lynne. Drake’s is great! I’m a big fan of pubs — so much more warm and welcoming than I find our bars here; and the food … Guiness Pie, oh my! Add hunky surgeons into the mix and who could resist? Can’t wait to add 200 Harley Street to my collection!

    • Hey Ms. R!
      I agree a neighborhood pub is something I’ve always dreamed about, where a person of any age could go and settle in with their beverage of choice, maybe have a light meal, and read a book or whatever for an hour or two. I found that atmosphere in Oxford, England, and got to visit some really old pubs!
      But we’ll always have Starbucks – where everyone knows your name. LOL

  8. Rick O says:

    Hi Lynne and Annie,

    I haven’t had the chance to stop in at 200 Harley Street yet … but I will. Look forward to losing myself in your world.

    • Rick O – what a rare pleasure to welcome you to my blog. 🙂 !
      I hope you will stop in at 200 Harley Street too – but you don’t need any of the plastic surgery procedures because you’re perfect just the way you are!

  9. Desere says:

    Hi Lynne

    A bar full of surgeons yes please! I am loving the series so far and I look forward to this one!

    • Hi Desere!
      Not that I’d want to choose my surgeon from a bar, but yes, we did need a place for our characters to let off steam. I loved writing my one pub scene at Drakes. I’m sure you’ll love Annie and Kate’s installments of the series too.