Review- Holiday House Call
Tuesday Book Review- Out October 23rd the newest book in this series-
Dr. Karen Carmichael prides herself on being capable, optimistic and always in control. But even neurosurgeons have breaking points, especially as the holidays approach. When Karen finds herself on the side of the road, explaining to a cop that her less-than-stellar driving was due to stress and tears rather than too much booze, it’s humiliating. When that cop turns out to be a one-night stand from her past, it’s icing on the bad-day cake.
Officer John “Tuck” Tucker didn’t expect to see Karen again after their night together. The circumstances may not be ideal, but convincing this beautiful, stubborn woman to get to know him with his clothes on is more fun than he could have imagined.
Karen swore she’d never fall for someone who risks his life for his job. She sees enough heartbreak at work without inviting it into her personal life, and she has no interest in becoming involved in the small town Tuck calls home. But despite valiant efforts to keep her walls up, her affection for Tuck is growing into something much stronger. With a life built around work alone looking less appealing by the day, Karen will have to take a leap of faith—and trust that Tuck will leap with her.
My Tuesday Review – I enjoy this series and I recommend reading this series in order. This is a shorter holiday book in this small town romance – featuring Tuck and Dr.C. Tuck and Karen had a one night stand and meet again. But because of past memories- They both are having a rough time handling the relationship. Can these two total opposite fight love during the Holiday season. This book is a great addition to the series. Lisa ( Early copy from Net Galley)