About Enemies to Lovers: Her City Doctor

Enemies to Lovers: Her City Doctor

He’s grumpy and gruff…
And my boss…
But that doesn’t make him right.

When I call Dr. Mitchell out, and pretty much mess up his professional life, I expect to be ran out of the hospital.

He surprised me though.

The more I get to know him, the more I realize he’s so much more than I ever gave him credit for.

But I have my own baggage to deal with and falling for a doctor won’t help.

If he wasn’t so wonderful, under his tough-guy exterior, then my decision would be easy.

I don’t want to miss this chance at love, but I’ve been burned before. Could this heart doctor be the answer to my prayers? Or, should I walk away before I lose my heart?

My review

I loved this book so much! It was a quick, easy read that kept me interested and entertained. I felt a little sad that I waited so long to enjoy it.

Emma is such a fantastic character. I love everything about her, even her blond, curly hair. She’s just the type of person that everyone likes and likes everyone. Usually. She has a hard time with Dr Alex Mitchell. In fact, the two are enemies at the beginning of the book. Emma wants nothing to do with him, until her friend Becca gives her some advice. And Emma decides that maybe he isn’t as bad as she thinks.

I loved the way Alex grows through this book. He goes from gruff and seemingly uncaring to a man willing to fight for those in need of surgery. And that’s all thanks to Emma. But he helps her as well. That’s one of the beauties of this book.

This is such a book! I need to read the first book in the series.

I was sent an e-copy of Enemies to Lovers: Her City Doctor as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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