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PAGING DR. HOT BY SOPHIA KNIGHTLY
New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Sophia Knightly brings you Summer Beach Books - the perfect summertime escape. Fun, sexy and lighthearted, each book is a standalone novel.
A love prescription so potent only the hottest doctor can fill it.
Miami TV reporter Francesca Lake is on a manhunt...or rather, a doctor hunt. Frankie wasn't always a hypochondriac. Her motto used to be "Fear is not an option", but everything changed with her mom's near-fatal heart attack. Now a day doesn't go by where she isn't worried about something.
After a harrowing incident in the hospital ER, she has a life-altering epiphany. She needs to find a marriage-minded doctor ASAP--one who will calm her fears so she can get on with her life.
So begins a series of amorous escapades and startling revelations as she works her way through the list of eligibles: an outrageous Aussie sex therapist, a brilliant neurosurgeon (who's wired the wrong way), and a handsome Cuban cardiologist.
None of them compares to hunky Dr. Harrison Taylor...but there's a problem. Much as Harrison's rugged physique, forest-green eyes and warm smile make her senses wobbly, she needs a people doctor, not the vet for her miniature dachshund Romeo. Besides, Harrison's propensity for crazy stunts would only make her worry more.
Frankie is trying to be sensible, but her heart and her outspoken dog are conspiring against her...
Warning: Contains juicy secrets and romantic misadventures between a loveable hypochondriac and three hot doctors. Side effects may include intense yearnings for a strong doctor, an adorable miniature dachshund, and an impromptu trip to sultry Miami.
REVIEW: PAGING DR. HOT BY SOPHIA KNIGHTLY
Paging Dr. Hot by Sophia Knightly
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
How does a control freak keep her life from spinning out?
Paging Doctor Hot is no cookie cutter romance. Ms. Knightly proves that kooky can be sexy with a love happy phobic and an irresistibly eccentric vet. Furry scene stealers add to the smiles while the comedic supporting casts equally beguiles. Frankie and Harrison are a prescription that hits the spot the first time around, without the need for a refill.
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