The Ideal Man
Publish date: June 5th 2012
Publisher: Large Print Press
Pages no: 451
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Buchanan-Renard (#9)
If you like reading Julie Garwood's books then this will not disappoint you, you'll love it. The story starts off simple enough, an off-duty trauma surgeon witnesses the shooting of an FBI agent during a sting operation gone awry. Although Dr. Ellie Sullivan can't actually identify the couple (other...
DNF Review I think this was one of my quickest DNF yet - before I finished half of Chapter 1 - and that is saying something given that I try very hard not to. On the first page, the reader is introduced to Dr. Eleanor Kathleen Sullivan, Ellie: Ellie was observed by three second-year surgical res...
I guess my expectations were low, because I liked this one despite it's obvious weakness as a novel. The Ideal Man follows the Garwood suspense template closely. Dr. Ellie Sullivan goes for a quick run and manages to witness a shooting. FBI agent Max Daniels puts himself in charge of her safety. The...
I first started this book on audio. I only listened for the first chapter or so before deciding the reader was overly enthusiastic at inappropriate times. So I decided to read the book myself.So... was this Julie Garwood? I'm a huge fan of hers and this just wasn't up to par. It kept me engaged an...
Really enjoyable. Fast paced, sexy, just the right mix of intrigue. Dr. Ellie Sullivan knows all about isolation and fear. Hiding out from a mad stalker who has tried to kill her since she was a child, Ellie became a trauma doctor to help others in need. Coming across an FBI sting while on a run, s...