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Mills & Boon : The Nurse's Not-So-Secret Scandal by [Marcus, Wendy S.]
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Kindle Edition, 1 May 2012
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Length: 145 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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Mills & Boon Medical series brings you pulse-racing medical dramas...

Between family nightmares and a series of lousy men, nurse Roxie Morano's life is a disaster zone. But enigmatic - and gorgeous! - new colleague Ryan 'Fig' Figelstein is ignoring her hazard warnings… Instead, he's signalling his attraction! Now Roxie's bulletproof heart is at risk for the very first time. Dare she dream Fig will stick around when he discovers all her secrets…?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 438 KB
  • Print Length: 145 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon Medical (1 May 2012)
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers (AU)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007V816HU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing story with unusual hero and heroine. 13 December 2012
By Fiona - Published on
I didn't want to give this book five stars. In my usual rating system I would knock off half a star for discomfort level. But the fact is that it is an amazing story with an amazing hero and heroine. Roxie is not your everyday romance heroine. She hasn't been a virgin for so long she probably can't even remember what it's like to be one. She's a local girl and so everyone knows her. A good number of the men know her in the biblical sense. But as it turns out, no one really knows her at all. Not even her best friend, Victoria (heroine of #2 of the Madrin Memorial Hospital series.)

People don't know Fig, Ryan Figelstein, either. He keeps a whole lot about himself very, very private. So what would a bald computer geek with an over-protective Jewish Momma have in common with a feisty Latina who's only escape from the stresses of her own mama problems is drunken sex with whoever is in the bar on a Friday night.

Lets start with the sex. Could Fig be the first guy in a long time that Roxie doesn't need to be totally wasted to want to get down and dirty with? A man who can tie a cherry stem in a knot with just his tongue may have something to offer.

Then of course there is the mutual momma issues. Fig totally gets Roxie. He understands her pain. And with a Colin Firth insouciance, he likes her just as she is. So all of a sudden these two are sharing more than bodily fluids. They are sharing secrets. And instead of pushing them apart, it's bringing them together.

Together they are a whole lot more than when they are apart. Courage, acceptance, a willingness to be there for each other. All these become so much more than character traits when these two draw on each others strengths. They are better stronger people together.

The only fault I could find with this book is the way things skipped a little at the end. I understand the need to tie things up and there isn't a lot of room in a category length story but the whole day five day six thing sort of crashed my mood a little. Lucky the Epilogue finished things on a high note. A great story and an unforgettable story teller.

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