- File Size: 1068 KB
- Print Length: 106 pages
- Publication Date: November 19, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GR787NM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,713,346 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Doctor for My Broken Heart Kindle Edition
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Heroine has spent her life raising her younger siblings. She finally is done and sends them off into the world, planning to now follow her dreams and open a B&B.
Enter hero. He needs a nanny and asks around and heroine is mentioned to him. He asks. She says no thank you. He asks again. She says no. He continues to pursue her, in spite of the fact that she has made her wishes not to be his nanny abundantly clear. It doesn't even faze him. He shows up on her doorstep with his children he has rehearsed to beg her to be their nanny.
Heroine finally gives in and agrees.
It was here I stopped reading. I HATED THE HERO. He was a self-serving jerk. He needed a nanny and the heroine's wishes didn't even make him desist for a moment. He used his children to coerce her into doing something she didn't want to do. I would have enjoyed the book more if the heroine had told the so called hero to take a flying leap and opened her B&B.
I skipped forward and also found the whole secret the heroine kept to be very clichéd.
Clichés are a part of romance, but another very necessary part is to actually root for the couple to get together. I was rooting for the heroine to send the hero on his way and spend the rest of her life with fifty cats.
1. The main female characters in both books is a 31 year old woman who raised her younger brother and sister. She owns a bed and breakfast. She is hiding the fact that she thinks her parents death was her fault (even though it isn't). Before she becomes a nanny, she didn't want the nanny job but was recommended by people in town.
2. The lead male character in both books is a famous doctor who used to be on TV. He's new to town and he is looking for a nanny. He has twin 7 year old boys and his wife died of cancer.
3. The main female character's sister.
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