Informed Consent: A Diagnosis: Love Medical Romance
Grey's Anatomy meets Sweet Magnolias in this steamy, small-town hospital romance series.
My new life in Harper Springs, working at St. Agnes Hospital, would be almost perfect if it wasn't for Dr. Deacon Girard. He's arrogant, intense, and unfortunately, hot as hell. He frustrates me, and he drives me crazy.
Maybe he’d finally listen to me if I kissed him.
When I hired Emma Carson, I didn't know she was so stubborn--or so sexy. She fights passionately for our patients, but I think her favorite habit is arguing with me. She makes me nuts.
Maybe she'd shut up if I kissed her.
The first trilogy in the best-selling Diagnosis: Love world is made up of two SHAMELESS CLIFFIES before the finale. You've been warned. The books release a week apart, so your angst doesn't have to last long--and the happily ever after in book three is worth the journey.
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Informed Consent by Tawdra Kandle
1st in the Diagnosis Love trilogy. Contemporary romance. Cliffhanger. Alternating chapters in first person point of view of Emma and Deacon.
All three books are centered around the same couple so unlike a traditional romance, the hea is not complete in this first book.
Emma and Deacon are doctors on an oncology hospital. While their methods may vary, they both have the patients best interest at heart. Their initial interaction was rocky but soon Mr Foxy wanted Emma in a non professional way that had nothing to do her with doctor skills.
Emma bought what she thought would be a modern modular house. What she got was an old trailer no running water, no internal walls, no shower. There was no electricity and a bucket underneath it for a composting toilet. All this loveliness in Florida. I kept thinking, how is she sleeping in that heat without air conditioning. How is she showering with water that must be brought in? Is that water being recycled or does she have to buy another five gallons of water everyday for the shower? Are camping lights really sufficient for long term use?
Several text language missteps. Subtle ones. Way too many commas.
Engrossing romance but devastating cliffhanger. Slow build with heat at the end. I know the next book is only a week away. I may forgive the author after I read the last of the trilogy but at the moment I’m simply devastated.