Dr. Jack Scott is just what the, um, doctor ordered for me.
With his chiseled abs, gorgeous smile and super sexy accent, I’ve all but forgotten–what was his name? Oh, yes, my ex. It turns out not all men are created equal. Dr. Jack is all kinds of superhuman when it comes to sex. It’s supposed to be a fun, sexy, one-night stand––until it turns into something a little bit more. But Jack has some secrets, ones that make him run hot and cold.
Those mixed signals are driving me mad––in the most delicious way. I can’t keep my hands off him, and he seems to have the same problem when it comes to me. But he’s having trouble letting go of the past, and I’m afraid of the future. So there’s no way this sex-fest is going to last.
Holy hell, this book was off the charts, take the batteries out of your smoke detector hot! Exactly what I look for in an erotic romance title.
When I heard Entangled had an imprint called “One Handed Reads” I had to get my hands on one of the books. I was not disappointed. In fact, I’m sure it’s my new favorite imprint.
It was a quick read, only about 2 hours from start to finish. So this is going to be a short review for a short book. It was fun, witty, and it gave me some new ideas to explore. My only complaint is that it wasn’t long enough. Don’t get me wrong, it was the perfect length to do what it needed to do. The ending was satisfying, I just wanted to find out where their relationship was going to go.
Their witty banter and hot as heck flirting kept me engaged from the beginning. There were secrets and angst. But let’s be honest this isn’t a book you pick up if you’re looking for excellent character development and a complex plot. Those things exist so I can say “I’m reading about a baker and an Australian doctor with a secret.” Which is far more appropriate than “have you ever had sex on your kitchen counter? The people in my book did and I’m thinking I might give it a go tonight.”
Anyway, Doctor Sexy was a great book! The author was obviously comfortable with the subject matter. I loved that they had a real discussion about condoms and never got caught up in the moment and forget to be safe – something books in this genera often neglect.
If you’re a fan of steamy books you might also enjoy Hotel O.