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Charmingly Euphemistic
Charmingly Euphemistic rated it 6 years ago
I downloaded this book to my Kindle in December of 2010, so only four months after I started reading M/M (Collision Course by K.A. Mitchell, but that's another story). I adored the book and (unlike some of my early reads which haven't really stood the test of time) I still love it. Why? Because it...
AimeeKim
AimeeKim rated it 7 years ago
This was such a nice, light read, I really liked it. I'm lazy, so I'm just going to list things out. My likes: -This is probably the most accurate out of all the medical/hospital-themed stories I've tried in the m/m field. Author actually knows her stuff or at least has done the research.-One of th...
jules0623
jules0623 rated it 7 years ago
Being an Aussie, I loved the 'Aussie-ness' of this book - the speech patterns, the dialogue, the characters. Perfectly played. Blackie gets a star all of her own! My only quibble is that I would have liked the undercover part to have played out for longer.
Tami
Tami rated it 7 years ago
It was an ok read. A sexy doctor falling for his hot student. But it evolved too much around the sex. There was no plausible falling in love, because their only activity was sex. I am not sure if that counts as insta-love - it was too instantaneous for me anyway.And regarding the sex: Too many surgi...
Tackling Mt. TBR
Tackling Mt. TBR rated it 7 years ago
There was nothing wrong with this book, I just found it all rather dull. Neither guy was particularly interesting, the hospital politics almost put me to sleep and the sex wasn't hot. This is a relatively angst free book and if you are looking for a story like that or have a special interest in medi...
Heller
Heller rated it 7 years ago
I really enjoyed this story. Medical student Matthew and his supervisor Andrew begin a torrid love affair. Fabulous chemistry here and smoking hot sex scenes. There's a bit of employment angst but not a lot of relationship angst which was rather lovely. This was probably one of the most medical stor...
Candice
Candice rated it 8 years ago
I thought Andrew and Matthew were great. The narration going back and forth was a little confusing at first, but once I got used to it was nice to get both their points of view on the relationship. This was a nice, sweet read.
Anke1028
Anke1028 rated it 8 years ago
Still as good as the previous times I read it :)
bleeper
bleeper rated it 8 years ago
3.5
Lenore
Lenore rated it 8 years ago
This was fun! I enjoyed it more than I expected. It was sweet and right up my alley, with all the medical terms and British hospitals and the NHS.My only "objections" were the easiness and carelessness with which Matthew and Andrew hooked up (Andrew was a Registrar—but he would have really been a Co...
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