ER nurse and reformed bad girl Jessica Bradford is one step away from landing Dr. Perfect, aka sexy, heroic Ben Torres—the hot fudge and cherry on top of her hard work scooping out a respectable life. Ben learned the art of sacrifice from his missionary parents, but when a drunk driver he saved... show more
ER nurse and reformed bad girl Jessica Bradford is one step away from landing Dr. Perfect, aka sexy, heroic Ben Torres—the hot fudge and cherry on top of her hard work scooping out a respectable life. Ben learned the art of sacrifice from his missionary parents, but when a drunk driver he saved kills three people, he quits. To be precise, the fist he plants in the man’s face gets him suspended. And the first dish he wants on his newly empty plate is Jessica—preferably naked. Jessica can’t believe the Ben she’s found drowning his sorrows in a bar is her knight in shining scrubs. And he won’t be pried loose until she bets 48 hours of her time in a game of pool. She loses. And the next morning she stands to lose much more. The Chief of Staff’s recommendation for the promotion she’s been after rides on her ability to keep Ben out of trouble until things blow over. Except “trouble” is all Ben wants. And despite herself, Jessica finds that she’s more than willing to go down with him…
Publish date: March 30th 2010
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 355
Edition language: English
Series: The Bradfords (#1)
I thought it ended a little abruptly, but I liked it. Not usually a huge fan of medical and hospital type romances, so I was glad that Nicholas didn't spend a lot of time in that setting.
This is my first Erin Nicholas story, and it was really sweet. Probably closer to 3-1/2 stars than 3, but certain things bugged me.Jessica is a reformed wild child. Because of how she was raised, she sort of rebelled against responsibility for a short while and then was jolted back into needing to b...
I enjoyed this book quite a bit, was it perfect no and there were parts I found annoying as we were supposed to especially Jessica's insistence on making Ben perfect and wanting him to still be an ER surgeon when he quits and says he doesn't want to instead wants to be selfish for once in his life.J...
I really like work place romances but this is oh so much more. Both wounded Jessica and Ben dance around their feelings. They have solid reasons for their reservations (being co-workers is only one) and it's simply wonderful to watch these two strong willed, intelligent, passionate people learn a...
3.5 stars. Review to come.