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- Print Length: 178 pages
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- Publication Date: July 3, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B073Q1YJRK
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Infectious Love: An Mpreg Romance (Silver Oak Medical Center Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This book though New,was the best yet. It really should be read as the introduction to this series.
Dave has an extensive education in both infectious diseases and public health, Ken is a local detective and alpha. They meet at Silver Oak during an outbreak of infectious meningitis.
Chaos ensues during multiple outbreaks but the alpha and omega find peace in each other.
One of the reasons this book is so good is the attitude towards what some might call "throwaway people" .
One of Dave's students sees the outbreaks as no big deal ,really because the victims were poor ,or students ,or seniors and not worth the effort.
Dave and Ken also feel that no one can or should choose what effort should be made to save one life over another.
I can wholeheartedly recommend this and all the others in this most interesting series.
You will thoroughly enjoy them. I always do.
Woking in a college l am very aware of how quickly illness spreads across the campus. My students are required to get a number of vaccinations prior to registration for their college classes. And the ones in the various health professional majors must get even more shots or titers before they go out on clinical rotations. Then the selected few who study abroad every semester must have a certain set of vaccines depending on where they are travelling to.
All this may seem like overkill until an institution is inundated with an epidemic of sick staff and students. l have colleagues at LeMoyne College and grad students at Upstate Medical working in their labs, as well as Nurses at University Hospital. All of whom are in fact potentially at risk to some extent from the possibility of an infectious outbreak.
It never occurred to me that a romance could be built around an outbreak of meningitis. But this turns out to be more than a few people accidentally contracting the disease. Someone is deliberately infecting vulnerable populations. Two men are forced to work closely together from helping professions, but nearly opposite ends of the spectrum. Dr. Dave Stanek was an emergency room doctor and an infectious disease specialist and Ken Sykora of the sheriff's department. Their strengths and weaknesses complimented one another. And they proved to be each other's type. The chemistry was sizzling hot.
Initially they had an adversarial relationship. Each questioning what the students was doing. Each had a past that shapes who he turned out to be, but neither could totally escape. It seemed that despite their pasta they were forced to trust each other in this mystery that needed to be solved before the death toll rose any higher. Family played an important part in the life of these men. Sins of the fathers reflected back on their sons. How each dealt with their patriarchal issued shaped their lives in profound ways.
Reading this book last was a bit disconcerting because all the relationships / couples that have subsequently developed over the five book series had not occurred yet. Still it was nice to discover the series was not over yet. Negative ideas about Omegas were still prevalent despite all they had achieved at Sliver Oak Medical Center.
This book also gave information about a deadly disease, how and where it may occur and what the symptoms are. No one should ever self diagnose, but go and get themselves seen by a doctor as soon as possible, because time is short.
Aiden is new author to me, I really love his imagination and characters. The concept of Mpreg romance is also new to me, and different from any other book I ever read before.
Dave is a Doctor and specializes in the Infectious Disease Unit. He teams up with the sexy Alpha Ken who is a cop on his meningitis case.
The sparks fly when this Omega and Alpha spend more time together. The story kept me interested and intrigued to the end.
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