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- Print Length: 338 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 22, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00TCPKTVY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #489,108 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Inappropriate (Bristol Island Standalone Books Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This book is so much more than forbidden love. Though it is unethical for him to go out with a patient, he can’t help but be attracted to her. But she has so many secrets as well. Her past is a tough one for her to deal with and now it seems they will have to face all of this at once.
This book is a rollercoaster of emotions. A big part of me said screw everyone if they can’t handle this, but at the same time I wanted to embrace and keep the characters safe. I wanted them together, but I knew what they both had to get through in order for that to happen. This book just did not let up from the very first page, the struggles and the need battled it out throughout the entire book.
Though I can’t say that I didn’t like it. I was definitely glued to my seat reading it. I couldn’t put it down. I cooked dinner, went to the restroom, walked around all while reading this book. It was too good to stop and it was gripping enough, I couldn’t find a place to do that.
Now, one downside to this book for me is that it is kind of a long book, so right when you know you should take a break that old “one more chapter” catches you and the next thing you know it is three in the morning and you are finished with the book.
So aside from ignoring my family, my home and my life, I loved every moment of this book. It was agonizing and heartbreaking and it was full of steam and want. It was the perfect combination and I cannot wait for more from this island!
Cohen Jessup is curious about his new neighbor, and after two chance encounters with her, he is decided to ask her out on a date. But unfortunately, he doesn't get the chance to, and the next time he sees Dylan, it's in his doctor's office, where her feet are propped up on stirrups waiting for a pelvic exam (and never expecting her next door neighbor would be the one to perform it). But being the good doctor that Cohen is, noticing a pelvic exam that's long overdue and the next accessible doctor being an hours' drive away and a seven weeks waitlist, he accept to do the exam, even despite his attraction to her.
Guilt over his actions consumes him, an it becomes increasingly difficult for him to be around Dylan given his feelings for her. But it's obvious to everyone that he is not the only one struggling!
What I loved about this book:
The inappropriate plot!
Great characters and character development
Just as fun as it was steamy!
What I felt needed improvement:
The writing was a tad messy
First and foremost, I am a sucker for inappropriate relationship. Give me the office romance, give me the student-teacher romance, I'll inhale it all. And we'll, when I found out Inappropriate would be just that, being about doctor-patient romance (which was completely new to me), I knew I had to give it a go.
Inappropriate was a fun romantic read that was totally enjoyable.Read more ›
Basically these two meet, become attracted and then.....become Dr./patient.
They both decided to become Dr./patient AFTER they met and knew they were both attracted to each other. However, the major angst/issue in the whole book is that it is unethical and wrong for the H (the Dr) to date or want the h. Especially since he decided it was okay to do a pelvic exam on her. At first I got it - it was new/exciting for them...but then about half way through, I was like, Get Over It Already! I mean these two acted like they couldn't sneak around or deny the fact that he made sure her "goodies" were still good. They acted like he was her High School Teacher or something. Yeesh.
So other than that fact, it was definitely off the charts steamy. I mean, this H could DIRRRTTY talk. However, I felt like the smex scenes took way too long. >crazy for me to admit that< But they did. Everything was so long and drawn out.....overly detailed. I mean at first it was enjoyable...but every time?? Too much.
Also I felt like, when the H found out the h's secret, he went OTT in jerk mode. I felt like he had some more groveling to do before >I< could forgive him. The h was just the H's doormat too often as well. Whatever he wanted, he was more important, his career was more important, his life, his friends....it was all about him.
So anyway, yes, good book, good smex and a good Alpha. Just some personal issues I took up with it, but it is still worth a read. Fun, short and sexy.
Of course I loved meeting Dylan and Cohen. They were great and the angst was real and believable. Well done again. Sad to say goodbye, but looking forward to her next one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well-loved, small town doctor falls for an erotic romance writer with a past in this romance about following your heart despite all the roadblocks that warn it might be easier to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by preppea
What a complicated journey. The obstacles Dylan and Co had to jump through was intense. Sometimes the heart wants what the heart wants. Elizabeth Finn's writing is spectacular. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dee1968
I liked this story, although found it slow at times - I liked Cohen, although found him abrasive at times and his actions didn't fit into my vision of him as the island doctor. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Suzie
Angsty but not convincing. I bought the book, for two reasons. One, EF is an autobuy for me, two, the blurb mentioned the hero was isolated yet loved, and that was unusual enough... Read morePublished 15 months ago by starsaga
Just like all of Elizabeth Finn's other books, i absolutely loved this one. I had no idea Isaiah and Joss' story would be become a series and there was no promotion of this book... Read morePublished 16 months ago by CLF
Bristol Island is an isolated place to live, cut off from much of the world, and the perfect place to hide. Dylan wants just that. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bookaholic and More Blog
“The woman he couldn’t ethically f***, he wanted to f*** six ways to Sunday without a single socially acceptable barrier between them. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Avid Reader
Book – Inappropriate (Bristol Island #2)
Author – Elizabeth Finn
Publication Date – February 22, 2015
Genre – Romance
Type – Companion Series
Cliffhanger –... Read more
This is my first read by Elizabeth Finn and I am so happy that I found her. She brings such depth to her characters, it was an experience to read. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Pinkrebel