Where can I find these doctors for my own?
I've not read too many medical romances. Why? I hadn't found many to read. I love this line because now there are the books that go above and beyond my favorite doctor dramas on television.
Both authors have a very descriptive style. Both are distinctive. I blew through this pair of stories in a matter of a couple hours. Couldn't put them down.
First, let me talk about Breaking the Playboy's Rules. Harry is a piece of work. He's all about bucking tradition, even when it's planning and tradition that he craves. He's got swagger and charisma. Loved reading about him and seeing him bumble with flair through life to find what he wanted.
Emma was easy to relate to. I'm not a nursing type. I can't stand blood, so I give her all the props in the world. I liked how she succumbed to Harry, but I also liked the reality of her situation. She's torn. Fall for the playboy or chase her own dream-whatever that dream happens to be. It's a great story and I'm glad I got to read it.
Now, there's also Hot-Shot Doc Comes to Town in this pairing. Susan Carlisle delivers a strong story in this one and again, I cheered for these two. I liked Taylor and Shelby. They are so easy to relate to. Both have sworn off love and want their careers to blossom. Neither character is perfect and maybe that's what drew me to them the most. They've got idiosyncrasies that make them human. This story also reminded me a lot of Doc Hollywood. He's hot and ready to move up, but there she is seemingly holding him back. But whose to say holding back is giving up? You'll have to read to find out.
Do you want a great set of stories guaranteed to make you smile? Then these are the books for you.
Originally posted at Long and Short Reviews