From rivals…to romance?
New doctor in town, Esme Peterson, is direct competition for GP Carson Ralston and he isn’t pleased.
Especially as her beauty and disarming manner threaten the barriers he’s carefully built around his heart…
Guarded Esme tries to keep Carson at a distance.
But as the battle for power between them heats up, rivalry soon turns to insatiable passion.
And a shock Valentine’s proposal changes everything!
A nice, quick read, with a perfect balance of medical drama and romance.
These two, Esme and Carson, they are the couple to most likely to deny themselves from everything. The push and pull is like anything I have seen, according to my memory. The attraction is there, they both like each other, admire each other, both as person and professionals, and they want each other, but...
They are also at the crossroads with their career paths, so they think. At first not willing to give up anything, then willing to give up everything, yes, like I said, lots of push and pull in all the fronts with these two.
The medical drama was intense, and nicely bound into the story.
So all together, a perfect story to get lost in for an evening, the romance is steamy, the drama acute, and the scenery just as beautiful as you can imagine it
~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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