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Borrowing the Doctor (The Collins Brothers Book 2) by [Pinder, Victoria]
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Readers Favorite 5 Stars
Reviewed By Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite

In Borrowing The Doctor by Victoria Pinder, we are introduced to the spunky Kate Sparrow. She has been accused of some pretty rotten things, set up by her own family, and she is using the wedding of her spoiled sister Stephanie to set matters right. Daniel Collins, cousin of the groom, is tasked with babysitting Kate to make sure she doesn't ruin her sister's plan of marrying a rich man. So with Doctor Daniel Collins dogging her every move, Kate uses him as her pretend boyfriend to shield her against whoever is trying to harm her. Victoria Pinder has outdone her creative genius with this story and the fantastic Kate Sparrow. She's a bad girl with a halo, trying to clear her name by any means necessary.

I love how Borrowing The Doctor starts with the lines already drawn and it sucks you right in. There are no preliminary build-ups here; you know exactly who has basically done what and that sets the stage for everything else. Even as Kate and Daniel build a tentative trust, the chemistry and growing emotion between them leapt off the pages. Daniel and the Collins brothers not only show Kate what family should be like, but they take her in and look after her like she is one of the gang. Victoria Pinder took her prowess as a romance writer, threw in a bit of mystery and suspense, and turned this story into a fast-paced thrill ride that keeps the reader guessing. Combine all that excitement and contain it in a Caribbean cruise ship and you've got everything you need for a very good read.

From the Author

Kate Sparrow has always been my favorite heroine I've written to date. She tends to find trouble everywhere she turns and she never gets a break. She was just so fun to write and so different from Gigi in Chaperoning Paris. Gigi was sad and broken. Kate is a fighter. Way more people are out to stop Kate, but she's made up her mind and going for broke. I hope my readers enjoy this book in the series. I cannot wait to share this one and now it's finally out. The third book in the series will be this year as well, but I'm not saying anything about that one.
Did anyone find the Kate mention in Chaperoning Paris? She passed by Gigi and Sean on that trip to Paris, but she was off on her own. Now she's finally met the proper Doctor Daniel Collins and her need for a fake date with the sexy doctor all turns out well.
I hope you enjoy this book.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1476 KB
  • Print Length: 280 pages
  • Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing (January 13, 2015)
  • Publication Date: January 13, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00S7R0TAY
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #467,476 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is the second book in the Collins Brothers series featuring the oldest brother, Daniel. The plot has many twists and turns that keep you wondering with a sister that is evil, gunmen, controlling father, the FBI, art theft and the Collin’s family. .

Kate Sparrow has been living such a lie as the party girl. The media has made her life an open book and she has now been setup by her father and sister to take the fall for art theft. She needs to prove her innocence. She has come to the wedding party to keep her sister, Stephanie, from marrying, not for Stephanie’s benefit but for the groom. She knows her sister is up to no good. Although Kate has other reasons for being on the cruise (she must retrieve what her mother left her). The groom, just wants her kept in line with no drama. He has enlisted the help of Dr. Daniel Collins, his cousin, to serve as a “babysitter” during the wedding cruise.

Daniel reluctantly accepts the position. Sparks fly when the two meet and Daniel finds himself more of a protector because of the incidents that keep happening. He finds himself falling for Kate, but knows there are things Kate is not sharing. Kate has “trust” issues and Daniel is going to have to prove himself. Although from the things happening, I don’t know what more he could do to show his trust, but when Kate finds out he was her “babysitter” her trust issue come to the surface.

Can Kate learn to trust Daniel or will he let her down? Will she be able to prove her innocence before the stalker finds her?

If you like suspense with your romance, this book is for you. Although the story jumps around and left some questions unanswered, it was an entertaining read. Look forward to reading more in this series.

Provided an ARC by Book Partners in Crime and author for an honest review.
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I thought this was a lovely story with a wonderful plot, it just left to many unanswered questions. The book is full of twists and turns along with mystery, hired guns, evil sister, evil father and bad guys. Everything that you could want in this type of story.

I really loved Kate she is strong, can stand on her own two feet. She is caring and very loveable standing up for what she believes in. When pulled into something she has no control over she comes out fighting, in doing so she puts her life in danger. So many want her dead, so many wants what she has. Is she really the play girl party animal everyone has displayed her as?

When Daniel agrees to be her baby setter he didn’t know what he was signing up for. He does have his hands full with this spitfire. I adore him along with his whole family they are wonderful caring people. He is a strong alpha ex Marine who knows how to take care of his own. He is just an all-round wonderful sexy man.

This story has wonderful places in it with a wonderful plot. The author does tell a great story but leaves many questions unanswered. I never understood what the necklace entitled or why so many ex’s where together at her sister’s wedding, why they were together at his home. I get they wanted him back but why travel together? They were with her father’s killers why, did they know her sister? That is just a few of the questions I have. At times the author lost me with comments that had no meaning or went nowhere. The ending was ok but could have been a little better with a little more information. For me this was a 4 star read with a great plot and great characters had the missing information been there it would have been closer to a 5 star.
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By Ani B. on March 28, 2015
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I have read this author's work for the first time with this book and I have to say that I struggled a lot with it. The story is good, really good. It has character and it has, as my friend will say, good bones. But it's, in my opinion, still unfinished. There should have been more editing and more care given to the sentences. A lot of them starts with she/he. They could have been changed to be more interesting, so the story flows easier, better.

And another thing about sentences: the author could have molded the short sentences together so it seemed like a longer sentence and as I said above to give a story an easier flow. not just saying in separate senteced what she's done but put it together to make the story richer.

But even though I struggled with this editing, the story deserved this rating because it was really interesting. And I'm even wanting to read the next one just because I'm curious about the other Collins brothers.

And another thing I wanted to know is why are there so many of his girlfriends there on that ship and why the hell were they all together at his house? Where do they come in. I feel like the author just put them there to create more drama. Her sister, her dad and ONE girlfriend has been enough. There was no need for more.
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3.5 Stars
Rich and alone, Kate Sparrow has learned that she can't trust anyone, especially not her family. Between her family and the media, Kate's reputation has been torn to shreds, and she appears to be not just a spoiled party girl, but a thief as well. Holding her head high is what Kate does best, and she will continue to do so as she goes on her sister's ill-fated wedding cruise, with an ulterior motive. Dr. Daniel Collins, the groom's cousin, has reluctantly agreed to stay close to Kate to keep her from ruining her sister's wedding and is not thrilled to be looking after a spoiled little witch. Kate turns out to be a huge surprise to Daniel, and the chemistry between them is irresistible. When it appears someone is out to stop Kate permanently, Daniel, and his family, set out to protect her. The premise behind this story was notable and, if the writing had been more coherent, it could have been an exceptional read. At times, it was hard to follow with comments appearing out of nowhere, and going nowhere, that did nothing to advance the story. On the whole, I liked the characters and the plot. If the writing style had been smoother, it would have received 5 stars.
(Gifted a copy for independent review)
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