Category: Medical


REVIEW: Nurse to Forever Mom by Susan Carlisle
1st Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Nurse to Forever Mom by Susan Carlisle

In Nurse to Forever Mom (Single Dad Docs #4) by Susan Carlisle, as a travelling nurse Stacey Ryder is only on Maple Island temporarily. For six weeks, she’ll work alongside Dr. Cody Brennan and then move on since she already has her next assignment lined up. Yet, the more time […]

REVIEW: Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan
31st Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan

In Carrying the Surgeon’s Baby by Amy Ruttan, Dr. Emily West has always been a practical woman and never once been the type to do anything wild like have a one night stand or get married without thinking things through. However, when a trip to Vegas has Emily doing something […]

REVIEW: Island Doctor to Royal Bride by Scarlet Wilson
23rd Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Island Doctor to Royal Bride by Scarlet Wilson

In Island Doctor to Royal Bride by Scarlet Wilson, when tragic news reaches Dr. Arissa Cotter, she has no choice but to accept help from Dr. Philippe Aronaz when he comes into her clinic. However, working alongside the gorgeous doctor isn’t easy for her and when she learns of his […]

REVIEW: The Baby They Longed For by Marion Lennox
20th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Baby They Longed For by Marion Lennox

In The Baby They Longed For by Marion Lennox, Noah and Addie have a very complicated relationship ever since the day of her wedding that didn’t happen. However, it’s been years since they’ve seen each other, but now they find themselves working together. Being the professionals they are, they know […]

REVIEW: The Army Doc’s Christmas Angel by Annie O’Neil
12th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Army Doc’s Christmas Angel by Annie O’Neil

In The Army Doc’s Christmas Angel (Hope Children’s Hospital #3) by Annie O’Neil, Dr Finn Morgan finds it hard to get close to people after all he’s been through. Still, there’s something about his colleague, Dr. Naomi Collins, that makes it hard for him to stay away from her. Will […]

REVIEW: Their Unexpected Babies by Louisa Heaton
7th Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Their Unexpected Babies by Louisa Heaton

In Their Unexpected Babies by Louisa Heaton, Dr Leah Hudson has known that her path would always lead to motherhood. But due to a medical condition, having a baby in the traditional manner isn’t a viable option. That’s why she’s so thankful for her best friend Sarah who’s agreed to […]

REVIEW: Tempted by Her Single Dad Boss by Annie O’Neil
21st Dec / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Tempted by Her Single Dad Boss by Annie O’Neil

In Tempted by Her Single Dad Boss (Single Dad Docs #1) by Annie O’Neil, Physiotherapist Maggie Green’s first official introduction to her new boss, Dr. Alex Kirkland, makes one thing clear: that he’s as reserved as he is handsome. And for Maggie, who tries to bring some type of joy […]

REVIEW: Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts
19th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts

In Twins on Her Doorstep by Alison Roberts, Shocked can’t even begin to describe how GP Sophie Bradford feels when a handsome stranger shows up at her door, towing two precious three-year-old girls with him, and tells her that they’re her biological children. Never really thinking about the eggs she […]

REVIEW: A Nurse to Heal His Heart by Louisa George
18th Dec / 8 Comments

REVIEW: A Nurse to Heal His Heart by Louisa George

In A Nurse to Heal His Heart by Louisa George, As a GP in a small English village, widower Joe Thompson is used to taking care of everyone else. Including his beautiful daughter Katy. He’ll admit that losing his wife has made him a bit overprotective of those he cares […]

REVIEW: Their Christmas to Remember by Amalie Berlin
7th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Their Christmas to Remember by Amalie Berlin

In Their Christmas to Remember (Scottish Docs in New York #1) by Amalie Berlin (HQN), Dr. Angel Conley will do anything to make sure her young patients have a good Christmas, even if it means going out and having fun and maybe even end up embarrassing herself for their benefit. […]