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Playing Doctor (Bandit Creek Books) by [Rowe, Julie]
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Product Details

  • File Size: 242 KB
  • Print Length: 95 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: September 9, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0098ERCYQ
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #950,938 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Though this book is novella-length, it has a lot to it, and is a great read. Rowe's handling of PTSD is sensitive and nuanced; it gives a lot of depth to her characters, and plays quite a role in the story. The romance between Abby and Smitty is also very well done.

I'm familiar with Rowe's other work, and this one is of the same excellent quality. She's a fantastic storyteller.
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I LOVED IT. I have read a lot of stories about the soldiers that return home and suffer all kinds of problems. This is the first one with a female doctor. I thought there was enough background to help you understand her nightmares. The hero is Special Forces. GOD, WHAT A GUY. I loved this guy. I thought it was a good story, it was short, but that is okay with me. I don't need the author to go on and on about the trees growing in the area, long descriptions of the clothes they have on, just filler to me. Give me a great H & H and tell their story. A good read, I loved it and highly recommend it.
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This was my third book by Julie Rowe and my first Bandit Creek story. I enjoy Julie's easy, smooth writing that makes it hard to realize how much you have read! Before you know it, you have finished the book. In this story, Abby came home from Afghanistan dealing with PTSD and the fact that she went against her oath as a physician (or so she believed). Smitty was there to help her get through it and stop blowing dynamite up over the lake. JD, the homeless guy who was always sleeping outside her clinic door kept an eye on her all the while someone was trying to kill her by shooting at her in town and at her house. It was quite the adventure from start to finish. Abby was a hoot. She had such a quick wit and smart mouth. JD and Smitty seemed to be the only ones that could handle it. Made for a very entertaining read! This was a fun book that dealt with some serious issues and Julie was able to pull it all together nicely! I highly recommend.
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No damsel in distress here! Our heroine is a strong, independent, capable physician who served in the war and experienced things beyond our imagining. OK, so she's having a little trouble coping now that she's back home. Her hero is her best friend, her protector and bodyguard. He's the one who must convince her that she's not broken, she is worthy of love and happiness. Ooh, he is sooo convincing! MMMMMmmmmm ... the stuff of daydreams.

Great book! Make it a priority TBR, you won't be disappointed!
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Great characters, interesting storyline, and a sensitive telling of difficult emotional stress. Doc is sweet and sassy as well as troubled, and Smitty can come protect me anytime. Definitely a book I will keep and reread.
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Set in a rugged countryside and in a small town. PTSD is a REAL disability. This is a love story of sorts. From two people who were in combat in another country. They brought back two very different disabilities. We need more sheriffs like the one in this story. He had heart.
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This is not a book that will go down in history as remarkable in any way but it was a nice read and a sweet story about a doctor who`s come home from some terrible ordeals in Afghanistan and who`s suffering form PTSS. There`s also a storyline about people shooting at her and that storyline was just silly, but the main storyline about the doctor and her savior was lovely.
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Great book for a laugh. Also some serious issues mentioned in the book. More needs to be done for returning soldiers and medical staff who have faced situations overseas, causing PTS. I can recommend this book. It's a fun read.
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