The romance novels of New York Times best-selling author Brenda Jackson have won an ardent following for velvety prose that can fluster any reader with the heat of her steamy tales. With In the Doctor’s Bed, Jackson writes a prescription for loneliness that takes “beside manner” to enticing new places. Readers won’t only want to take two pills and call the doctor in the morning, they’ll want to call the doctor in the afternoon, evening, and all through the night.
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I felt that the book was a little short and I urged for more after listening. I felt the character development could've been more in depth and would have loved to know what happened to the happy couple after their engagement. but it was a great story none the less.
So I really enjoyed the story, I just love Brenda Jackson ❣❣❣❣ but the narrator left a lot to be desired. First she started off with this horrible accent then half way thru the book it disappeared. If you are going to start reading a character with an accent do it throughout the book not just half. Then the other issue that I have with the narrator is that every time she stopped to swallow it was loud as h@!! Lol it really distracted from the book.
I really enjoyed this novel. I would say, if I was actually reading it, it would be what you call a page turner. Ugggh couldn’t stand the nosey busy old body nurse chick/blocker (lol). I read this a while ago, but I remember wanting it to work out between Jaclyn and Dr. De Winter. The book allowed for a definite part two. I’m waiting.
I will definitely refer to friends.
That they went above and beyond what they would normally do, for love.
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