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The Surgeon's Cinderella Mass Market Paperback – Large Print, May 23, 2017
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About the Author
Susan Carlisle’s love affair with books began when she made a bad grade in math. Not allowed to watch TV until the grade had improved, she filled her time with books.Turning her love of reading into a love for writing romance, she pens hot medicals.She loves castles, traveling, afternoon tea, reads voraciously and hearing from her readers. Join her newsletter at www.SusanCarlisle.com
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Top Customer Reviews
Whitney runs a matchmaking business and Tanner becomes a client. Whitney knew who Tanner was in college, but he had no idea who she was. Now, in college, Whitney was heavier and has since lost weight. However, she still carries insecurities with her. For me, this was actually one of my favorite parts of Whitney's character. I enjoyed seeing a real character. Whitney doesn't dress that well, partly because I felt she was still hiding herself. Then we see that she's very aware of what she eats and how the world saw her when she was heavier. I think we can all say we're against body shaming and whatnot, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't still happen or that you don't feel still feel the sting of people's words. So to see a character dealing with that was an aspect that I appreciated.
Tanner was harder for me to like. He was actually somewhat harsh to Whitney on a few occasions. But I almost enjoyed that because as he gets to know Whitney more, you can see how he becomes more comfortable with himself in Whitney's presence.
I hinted at this earlier but one thing that really stood out to me is that even while Whitney and Tanner are exploring their relationship, both have insecurities and issues they need to deal with on their own. Finding love can't magically fix your problems and I appreciated that a book touched on that. Until Tanner and Whitney address their issues, they really can't move forward. It's sort of like that saying of you can't love someone else until you love yourself.
I would definitely recommend this book. It was an easy read and the story flowed really well. I enjoyed that I got the goodness of a love story but that the author included issues that people do face everyday. It was an all-around great reading experience.
What happens when the matchmaker match doesn’t work out and the match wants the matchmaker?
Whitney Thomason has always been able to find the perfect partner for anyone however heart surgeon Tanner Locke is somewhat of a challenge. He wants to settle down but he does not believe in love.
Whitney found his candidates but they fall through and he then insists it is up to her to be his “girlfriend” for his business weekend getaway. Will they make the weekend without falling for each other?
Tanner has issues from growing up that has him thinking love does not work. Whitney and Tanner went to college together however she does not feel that Tanner will remember her from there. She was heavy then and never someone that Tanner would look at or be interested it. As much as we like to believe we can look past a person’s weight, it still happens. We are judged by looks in all phases of life. Leading to a very lonely life for those that do not meet the mold of what everyone thinks is acceptable.
Whitney had been in a relationship however two weeks before the wedding it was called off. Being heavy she suffered from very low self-esteem and did not feel anyone would want her. From her life growing up she believes in love and romance.
Tanner is up for a promotion and the head of the hospital believes in family and then Tanner believes his chances are better if he is married.
Whitney has lost weight but still hides in baggier styled clothing. It was nice to read a book that is not about a model perfect body on the female or anyone in the story.
Susan Carlisle did a wonderful job with this story line and it’s a perfect story of love, self-esteem and happiness.