Series: St. Luke's Docuseries #2
on June 27th, 2017
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance, Rom-Com
Source: via Author
The word ‘serious’ isn’t in Dr. Shepard’s vocabulary—at least not when it comes to relationships. He has all of the serious and drama he needs on the floor of the Emergency Department at St. Luke’s Hospital.
But when feisty, first-class flirt Harlow Paige comes into his ER, he might contract something he’s never encountered.
Look out, Scott…
Love is contagious.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Dr. ER is a smart, fun, and sexy romance that will make you sing and dance to Shakira, crave blueberry pancakes, and hope for your own dirty-talking good doctor.
One commitment-phobe walks into the ER because of a sex-induced head injury… and walks out with the interest of one ER doctor.
If I adored Will “Dr. OBscene” Cummings, I absolutely fell in love with Scott “Dr. ERotic” Shepard. Scott is a guy who lives life to the fullest. He’s a man who enjoys his job, the limelight the reality show brought him, and once enjoyed the benefits of bachelorhood. Unlike Will who shied away from the notoriety he got as Dr. OBscene, Scott embraced his nickname and the attention it gave him.
He started out as a man who enjoyed no strings attached nights with willing women (which might bite him in the ass one day), but he was laser-focused on Harlow when he started his pursuit. Throughout the story, we see how amazing of a man he is—amazing and passionate with his job as the chief of St. Luke’s ER department, kind, sweet, and amazing in bed. And this man has a tongue on him. Dear lord, this man can talk dirty.
Frances Harlow Paige is a smart, sharp-tongued, and straightforward columnist at GOSSIP, an online and print magazine. When a long-term relationship burned her and left her feeling more than a little lost, she gave up on relationships and protected her heart. She was attracted to Scott the moment she saw him, but she has no interest in pursuing anything other than one night of pleasure. Of course, he becomes more off limits when she starts writing about him in her gossip column.
But Scott proves to be more determined and irresistible than Harlow first thought, and soon enough, she gives in to Dr. ERotic’s charms.
I loved Scott and Harlow’s dynamic, their families, and Scott’s persistent pursuit of winning Harlow’s heart… or at least getting one date with her. Dr. ER was full of witty banter, scenes that made me smile and swoon so hard, and a little bit of drama involving scorned, evil former flames. I wanted to throat punch Brent so much.
And the epilogue. OMG. I can’t. I can’t.
Tropes: Friends with Benefits, Hate to Love(ish)
POV: First, Dual POV