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Major Surgery

Narrated by: Gabrielle Baker
Length: 8 hrs and 21 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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An enemies-to-lovers lesbian romance about sexy, smart doctors cutting to the heart of what matters.

Skilled surgeon Veronica Mallick runs her London hospital department like she runs her surgeries: with hawkish efficiency. Then her perfect world is turned upside down by the arrival of a new Head of Trauma.

Cassie Taylor is a brash, no-nonsense army surgeon, fresh from the front lines, and trying to find her way in civilian life. She's all action and sharp edges, not too interested in rules. She's even less interested in bureaucracy, or playing nice with her uptight, paper-pushing colleague, Veronica.

While they're circling each other warily at St. Sophia's hospital, Cassie becomes entangled in some shady financial dealings. Their shared search for the truth draws them closer together, sparking heated moments as they try to see justice done. But in exposing a scandal, can they also find some common ground? How will they both deal with being attracted to a woman they don't even like?

©2019 Lola Keeley (P)2019 Tantor

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For this Genre this is a very English book

Not saying it was not a great book, it was, just it took sometimes to get used to the flow of the book. Loved the characters, loved the plot, would have liked to hear about the relationship with the son for example. Some things went missing.... but all in all it was a good book
Narration was fitting.