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Even though Spence was adopted by his wealthy father, money has never been what has motivated the Whitman's. He wants to find someone with the same belief.
Now she is back home and at the local hosptial as a surgical resident under Dr. Spence Whitman. Sage Banks had a huge crush on Spencer Whitman when she was young. But, she will resist any feelings she may still have for him. However, her matchmaking grandmother and her friends that are "partners in crime", are determined to give Spence and Sage a chance at their own HEA.
While Spence is trying to figure out how to find the perfect mate, he would have more time if he could just stop getting distracted by his gorgeous surgical resident.
Spence and Sage are ER doctors dealing with life and death situations on a daily basis.
Sage's first love is the ever charming ladies man & boss Dr. Spence Whitman. Spence already has a step by step plan & timeline set for goals. Sage has been hurt by Spence in the past & present - rejected and forgotten.
Arrangements have been made by family elders and friends to encourage a union.
In time with love comes loss. This sweet story deals with coping, growing and taking a chance
Both characters were strong and not too angsty or hung up on not being in a relationship. They both seem to be in good points in their lives in finding Mr/Mrs Right. There are a couple of trip ups along the way that forces Spence to become Prince Charming to a resistant Princess. Although Sage puts up a bit of a wall, she overcomes it with some good advice from Grandma. Even though I enjoyed the story, there wasn't any thing unique or captivating in the storyline to make the novel a re-read category. I enjoyed this author's series in the past, and will continue with this one. If anything was intriguing, its what is going on with the minor characters in the book who will get their story next.
This series you don't need to read the other books. However, there are reoccurring characters briefly discussed that may peak your interest to pick up book 1 and the Billionaire Bachelor series. This book is perfect for a light, summer romance read.
Sage Banks had a huge crush on Spencer Whitman when she was young. Maybe it was hero worship. He was quite a bit older than she was. Now, thanks to her matchmaking grandmother, she is back to do her residency at her hometown hospital. She has used illness to guilt Sage into staying close. She is all that Sage has, and she will do anything for her.
Dr. Spence is searching for the perfect woman. After seeing his friends find their happily ever after, he’s ready to find his. Now he just has to figure out how to go about finding “the perfect wife.” He could get around to that if he could just quit thinking about the new surgical resident…
I have to admit that Sage and Spence were frustrating characters for me to deal with. For someone that is supposed to be so smart, I found Sage to be wishy-washy and irritating at times. I also have to admit that I’ve met very few heroines that I truly like, so I wasn’t surprised with my irritation with Sage. Spence was a little arrogant and condescending at times. You almost felt like he was talking to an errant child when dealing with Sage, and in some respects he was. I think I would have felt better about them both if I could have just reached in the book and smacked them! In her defense, Sage has good reason for her fear. She has been through a lot, and Spence’s harsh dismissal of her tender feelings for him when they were younger, still stings.
The matchmaking grandmother, Spence’s father and friends made the book fun! These folks are the kind of people you just like to hang out with, and of course returning to Sterling, Montana is always cathartic. I never want to leave.
Melody Anne pulls out all the stops in this highly enjoyable, insightful, and funny look at self-sacrifice and romantic entanglement. It is gritty, angst-ridden and sweet. It is a fun trip back to Sterling – perfect for a summer read! I really enjoyed it, and recommend!
*An advance reading copy was generously provided by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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Read in order of the series. Well written. Fun and touching.
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