That’s what they’ve decided to call me, Scott Shepard, the head of St. Luke’s Hospital Emergency Department.
Just thinking about it makes me smile.
As the new face of the reality docuseries, The Doctor Is In, I plan to take his power and recognition right to the streets of New York City and into the pants of willing women.
Well, that was my plan.
Until her—feisty, beautiful, and addictively sexy Harlow Paige.
A gossip columnist that just loves writing about yours truly, she’s everything I thought I never wanted and then some.
She drives me crazy.
Problem is, she doesn’t want to be anything when it comes to me—not friends, not lovers, not even adversaries.
God, I love a good challenge.
Get ready, Harlow. Love is contagious.
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Scott Shephard took me by surprise. I truly didn't think I'd fall in love with him but I really did. He's a player and he doesn't try to hide that. But he also respects women. He never implies he's looking for more, or wants more in his life, until he meets Harlow. He's smart, funny and incredibly sexy. In life, people say you can tell a lot about a man by how he treats his mother-and Scott adores his mom, so it was a no brainer that I fell for him.
Harlow was different than most Max Monroe heroines. She had a softness to her, a vulnerability that drew me to her. She's a relatable character, someone who gave up a dream and changed herself for a man. We all know someone like that. Watching her rediscover herself was incredibly gratifying. I liked her, I rooted for her.
The chemistry between these two sizzles the moment they meet and just continues to escalate. I always enjoy how Max Monroe writes their sexy times. It's always hot and usually has a touch a sweet-which is a killer combination. It absolutely works between Scott and Harlow. It offers a whole new side to them that they usually keep tucked away.
What I really loved about this book was that even though some past characters are mentioned, they don't take over the story. I'm looking at you, Thatch. Don't get me wrong, I love, love, love the Bad Boys Billionaire Series but I feel that those characters were a touch overused in Dr. Ob. It's one thing to occasionally bring back a past character, but Kline, Thatch and Wes aren't needed here really and Max Monroe sensed that and wisely left them (mostly) alone.
This book took me back to why I love Max Monroe. It had me laughing, it had me swooning and sighing. The sexy times were great. It has me looking forward to the next book in the series. I would say that this book, while part of a series, can be read as a standalone. I recommend this book.