My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Dr. Neuro is book three in the St. Luke’s Docuseries, a standalone if you haven’t read the first two and an opposites attract rom-com. This one was hilarious and sexy and sweet and steamy. There’s not a bunch of heavy drama, it’s more of a lighter read but Max Monroe did an awesome job of creating lively, animated characters and a smart, fun plot. In the very beginning, I wasn’t too sure if I’d like Nick. He seemed selfish and arrogant but I was so completely wrong! Wow, he was so loveable, sweet, compassionate and a great dad to the adorable Lexi. Charlotte was Nick’s opposite, she was loud and a little wild, fun loving and straightforward. The story has sexy scenes that’ll make your heart pound, funny scenes that’ll make you laugh out loud (literally!) and even a little bit of drama that’ll make you shed a tear or two (if you’re as big a sap as me!). This one’s a new addition to my READ AGAIN E-SHELF! Told from dual POVs with a super happy ending. I received, read and voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
I’m Dr. Nick Raines.
Brain surgeon and notorious over-thinker, I take the analytical approach with everything, until I can determine the best, carefully calculated plan of action. It’s no shock the producers of the popular reality series The Doctor Is In have decided to call me Dr. Neurotic.
Besides my more than full-time job as Chief of Neurosurgery at St. Luke’s Hospital, I’m a single dad and my number one priority is my daughter.
But life had plans to add another priority to my list.
Charlotte Hollis. Outspoken, impulsive, and beautiful, she’s everything I didn’t know I was craving.
She makes me wonder What if?
What if I don’t have to be alone for the rest of my life to give my little girl the father she deserves?
It’s a battle—my battle: Head vs. Heart.
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With a quick smack and a groan, I silenced the alarm and rolled over to my stomach to shove my head into the fluff of my pillow.
“Oh my God,” I grumbled.
Even the sound of my own voice was grating.
Great, I thought. This should make work interesting.
I grabbed my phone off of my nightstand, rolled back onto my back, and typed out a quick message.
Me: So, apparently, you’re a sadist.
A reply popped up nearly immediately.
Me: I’m actually sore.
Charlotte: It takes time to acclimate to the dance life. You’ve got good moves, though. Be proud, soldier, be proud.
Me: Oh, so I suppose you’re completely fine?
Charlotte: Yep. 😉
Me: I kind of hate you.
Charlotte: That wears off. Trust me. Pretty soon you won’t be able to live without me.
Authors are not responsible for any brain injury incurred in an effort to meet Dr. Nick Raines. Please just read the book.