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Publisher's Summary

The word serious isn't in Dr. Shepard's vocabulary - at least not when it comes to relationships. He has all of the seriousness and drama he needs on the floor of the Emergency Department at St. Luke's Hospital.

But when feisty first-class flirt Harlow Paige comes into his ER, he might contract something he's never encountered.

Look out, Scott....

Love is contagious.

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Max Monroe (P)2017 Tantor

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NEEDS a New Female Narrator!

I love this series! This is the second book in the St. Luke's Docuseries and this is almost as good as the first one! However, the book would be SO much better if they stuck with the same female narrator as the first book. Lauren Sweet sounds like she's talking while holding her nose. The only way I made it through the book is that the male narrator does a much better job!

9 of 9 people found this review helpful

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the female narrator made me stop listening

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

not the audiobook

What did you like best about this story?

was fun, made me lol !

Would you be willing to try another one of Nelson Hobbs and Lauren Sweet ’s performances?

not with Lauren Sweet. I returned the audiobook and bought the Kindle one .

Did Dr. ER inspire you to do anything?

no

Any additional comments?

no

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Great Book

Love the story line and humor in it
This was hard to put down or stop listening to get other stuff done lol
Waiting for next in series

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Nasal sounding woman narrator

Needed a different female narrator . The nasal speak drove me crazy . Story was good despite it

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Horrible female narrator

Nelson Hobbs saves the day! Lauren Sweet has a nasal tone and I couldn't get use to it. I think that I couldn't enjoy the story because of that. I will try the next book of the narrators are different. At least , the woman. Why not try it in duet?

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • Ty
  • 11-07-17

Awful!

This was the 3rd book I’ve listened to by this author. The other two were great but this one was horrible. The main female character was such a bitch. Selfish and whiny and very childish. The main male wasn’t much better. The readers were good, but the story was torture to listen to. I’m surprised this was written by the same person. Not funny or sexy, just annoying.

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Love to hate him

I think Max Monroe gets a kick out of me making squinty eyes at my fellow train passengers. There's something about these cocky buggers that make me a little cranky. They're so arrogant and full of themselves that I can't help but question whether I can be convinced they'll come good.

Of course, by the end I'm shaking my head at my silliness. Dr Scott Shepard is amazing, sweet and totally loveable. Harlow is pretty cool too.

I think the male narrator was great. He has a very easy voice to listen to and I never struggled to understand him. Unfortunately, the female narrator was a little less enjoyable. I found her voice a little nasally. I'm not sure if this was due to the character having an accent?

Another great installment and I will definitely be going on in the future.

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Not bad but ending was very unsatisfying

The first in the series was funny and charming . This one had a great story but the last few chapters were very frustrating and sad with only a partial happy ending as the fated couple are basically run out of town. A more satisfying epilogue was needed along the lines of Harper’s correct story of Scott becomes a best selling preview and they return triumphant after her medical degree is done. Also the timeline does not fit with some of the dialog in the next book which is a problem in that book not his one.

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Slow start, great finish

It took a little getting used to the narration but it turned out to be a great story!!

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  • Kaye
  • 08-26-17

It official Max Monroe is my favourite author!

His words are witty and funny. The characters are sarcastic and crass. Romantic and sexy, this book and the story within holds the power to make you laugh out loud, to cry along and to feel.