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A single father to two children, one of which has cerebral palsy, Dr. Guy Hunter has given up so much in his life, but in his eyes, every sacrifice has been worth it. His kids are the center of his universe, and there is nothing he wouldn't do for them. He's successful, he's smoking hot, and he's an awesome father. Already a winner in my book.
Jules Chiapetti is a PICU nurse, and finds herself on end of Dr. Hunter's ire as his son, Finn, lands in the ER for a fever, the source of which is unknown. Finn takes an immediate liking to Jules (and the feeling is 100% mutual), which begins to soften his father's bad attitude toward her. A smidge.
Guy and Juju (as Finn dubs her) begin to see one another in a new light after their initial meeting. He isn't the Double Dick (her initial nickname for him) she once thought he was, and she isn't the incompetent nurse he mistook her for originally. As a matter of fact, wait a minute, yep. There they are. SPARKS.
I loved the relationship between Guy and Jules, because they worked their crap out. Yep. Like adults. Maybe not always right that minute, but dang it, they tackled their problems head on. And problems? They've got 'em. Between Finn's ongoing medical issues and the baggage they both carry from the hands they've been dealt in the past, they've got plenty to work through. But work through they do. And they love. Beautifully. Unapologetically.
I also loved the dialogue, because it felt so real. Sometimes sassy, sometimes sarcastic, sometimes dripping with thinly (or not even remotely) veiled innuendo. They felt like conversations I've had, or could see myself having.
Bottom line: I loved this book. It was heartbreaking, beautiful, painful, joyous, and real. 5 stars for sure.
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Abruption will rip your heart out, mend it back together,and then do it all over again.Read more