Harlequin Medical Review: Falling for Her Impossible Boss by Alison Roberts

Posted November 24th, 2012 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Medical, Review / 0 comments

 Falling for Her Impossible Boss by Alison Roberts




Publisher: Harlequin Medical Romances (September 1, 2012)

Book Info:

When a no-strings fling just isn’t enough…

Of course it had to be neurosurgeon Oliver Dawson that nurse Bella Graham ends up working under! Bella’s anexcellent nurse—not that the renowned Oliver, with his aristocratically chiselled features, would ever notice. But his mother needs a nurse, and has fallen for Bella’s sweet charm. And living under one roof, it seems buttoned-up Oliver might not be immune after all….

Heartbreakers of St. Patrick’s Hospital
The delicious doctors you know you shouldn’t fall for!


Falling for Her Impossible Boss is a quick fun read.

We first met Bella when she moves in to live with her aunt Kate in The Legendary Playboy, which is an accompanying story to this book.

Bella and Oliver can’t stand each other so when Oliver’s ailing mother requires a nurse and hires Bella as the live in caregiver; she pretty much throws their life in disarray.

The author also gives us a glimpse in Kate and Connor’s life (The Legendary Playboy); I really enjoyed reading the continuation of their story.

Falling for Her Impossible Boss was a bit reminiscent of the Betty Neels Medical romances I read as a teenager – a young ditzy nurse, a stuffed shirt aristocratic surgeon who scares the wits off her…. a clean old fashioned classic medical romance.



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