- File Size: 754 KB
- Print Length: 304 pages
- Publisher: Max Monroe LLC (June 27, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06ZZZ5MMK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,892 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dr. ER (St. Luke's Docuseries Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I really disliked Harlow and almost stopped reading for that reason. Scott is an OK character but I much prefer previous characters, seriously though Harlow irritated the hell out of me.
The story it's self is OK if a little predictable and there were a few moments that made me laugh. Sad to say this book is not for me, I just hope the next book is better.
Scott is charismatic and immediately you are hooked. He is a different Dr .... kind of sassy and funny.
Harlow is sweet and honest. A little jaded and not looking for love.
This book was good, not great. There is nothing "wrong" in my eyes but things felt missing ... all the plot was there. All the sex scenes were hot and good, but I don't know. Prices were missing.
For example, Harlow is never described so I struggled to picture her. I may be alone in this but I need a little inspiration to make me connect with characters. Is she blonde? Or brunette? All we got was she was skinny and petite ... maybe. Oh, and finally at the end green eyes were mentioned.
Harlow has a besties that almost seemed to be hinted as her own book, but then that was wrapped up also.
The twist was good, but then it felt so wrapped up and fast.
Again, I liked the book. And I liked the series but just felt pieces didn't connect so I didn't connect with Harlow.
If haven't read Max Monroe you are definitely missing out. These books have it all, smart men, sassy women, romance, angst and lots and lots of snark.
This book can be read as a standalone, but I wouldn't advise it. You will need to read at least Dr. OB to have a sense of how the docuseries works and how it showcases the lives of the doctors of St. Lukes. That being said, the St. Luke's docuseries also has appearances of the major players from the Billionaire Bad Boys series which this series is a spin-off.
In this installment of the St. Luke's Docuseries, we meet Dr. Scott Shepherd who is the doctor in charge of St. Luke's ER and agreed to be showcased in the docuseries. Scott is a nice guy, a nice guy who has a penchant for one night stands and only with women who know the score. Usually, there are times when his radar is a bit off or he knows it won't end well, but goes for it anyway.
Then one night, after a date from hell, Frances Harlow Paige is admitted to his ER with the most convoluted sex injury he's (or she) has seen yet. There's something about her wit and snark that appeals to him but she's out of there before he can get her number or read her chart.
Harlow Paige is having a bad spell. She's been dating losers and took a chance on a guy her friend recommended and after the worse instance of foreplay ever, she was impaled on his glass headboard and wound up with SEVEN stitches in her forehead. The upside -- she now has an inside scoop on Dr. Erotic. Harlow writes celebrity news for a gossip site and what's hotter than the sun right now? That's right, Dr. Erotic.
The rest of the story takes the reader down many paths but all of them end up at the same place: rooting for the guy and the girl, both of whom deserve love and all it entails.
~~Wicked Reads Review Team~~
You see, I'm a huge Max Monroe fan, but their first book in this series, Dr. OB, disappointed me. I felt like they trod familiar territory, and they seemed to rely too much on their Billionaire Bad Boys characters. I like Thatch, but he had his time, you know? I wanted Max Monroe to trust themselves enough to break away from Kline, Thatch, and Wes. They're good writers. They don't need to use those three characters as their crutch.
Before I started reading this one, I worried that I'd find it lacking in the ways I was disappointed by Dr. OB. That did not happen, and I am ecstatic. Dr. ER reminds me why I love how Max Monroe write together. It's funny, it's sweet, it's scorching hot, and it leaves you feeling good about the characters and story.
In Scott Shephard, Max Monroe have a guy who is sure of himself - and rightfully so. He's a skilled emergency room physician and newly minted reality TV star, and he knows how to play the game. Whereas Will Cummings (Dr. OB) fell victim to the cameras, Scott understands how to make them work for him. He's a womanizer, but he's smart about it. He doesn't let viewers see how he interacts with women. He doesn't use them - he's quite transparent about what he wants and expects - but their expectations beyond the sexy times do not matter to him.
When Harlow shows up in the ER (what brings her there is HILARIOUS), Scott finds himself drawn to her. This unsettles him somewhat. He's used to being the object of infatuation, not the other way around. Harlow, though, makes her disdain quite apparent. She's watched him on the show and, as a gossip columnist, she knows a snow job when she sees it. The kismet that puts them in each other's path a second time is charming and also funny, and the repartee between the two will give your abs a great workout from all your laughing. Harlow is a handful. Luckily for her - and Scott - he's up to the challenge.
Max Monroe build an interesting conflict between the two. It doesn't feel forced, and it makes you wonder how Scott and Harlow will work things out. And then there are the sexy times. Strap on those vibrators, girls, because Max Monroe deliver some scorching hot headboard rocking (quite literally, in one case). All of this passion between Scott and Harlow serves as a foundation for developing a relationship. There are moments in sex when you reveal yourself, and Max Monroe use that effectively here.
Kudos to this writing team for their confidence in this book. Perhaps they have learned to let Thatch go live happily with Cassie and the rest of the gang.