The interaction between Houston and Josie is intense. Houston knows that there is something unique about Josie, and yet he is fighting himself the whole way. Josie is a wonderfully warm and funny woman. She knows that she can't force Houston into anything, so she attempts to let things develop as they will.
This book started off really good for me...although I did enjoy the book I also thought maybe it was a little overly sexual (not that I have a problem with that) but that there was never really any other topic taking place....It annoyed me that there were no real tender moments and I felt like Houston treated Josie as his little sex toy...but like I said I really enjoyed reading it and will read more books by this author just hope that her other stories will hold more depth..and i look forward to reading Josie's friend Sara's story, even though her story was written first this book takes it before her's.
Another funny but heartfelt great read. Lots of romance and some action. You never know where the story is going next. Loads of humor and funny situations. No one writes like Ms. McCarthy!! In this case, Josie (a resident med student) falls for her mentor, Dr. Houston Hayes. She gets klutzy whenever he's around and it leads to problems. In the end, they both learn a great deal about life and love from each other.
Great book, I really enjoy this author. 2nd I've read by her. Houston doesn't want love........but he finds it anyway with Josie. Takes place in a hospital setting. Looking forward to next book by her.
For the most part, I enjoyed this book. The characters had depth and likability, and the setting/plot was fun. My reservations about it center solely on certain scenes where the author seemed to lose track of what body parts were where and had the characters doing things that are physically impossible to do simultaneously. Very jarring. Were it not for that, I'd read more of Ms McCarthy's books, because this was an entertaining beach read.
Josie has always had trouble being taken seriously, but now her life is a disaster. Whenever, Dr. Houston Hayes in around she is a complete klutz, and it is driving her crazy. When Dr. Hayes suggests one night of passion to to relieve their sexual tension, Josie is torn between her desire and her fear.
This romance follows the trail of most romances, but it was a lot of fun getting there. With a couple of unexpected twists and some really hot love scenes, it kept me up until 2am finishing.
I read the synopsis of this book and thought it would be a fun read. I got two pages into and and put it back on my "have" list. I am, by no means a prude, but this was just unappealing. Luscious butts and groping boobs -- not my cup of tea. Leave something to the imagination! I am also not a feminist, however, the tone the author writes with makes women seem like little more than hunks of meat, there for the taking of anyone that wants them. It may have improved if I'd read further, but the two pages I'd read were quite enough.