New Release (+ My Review): Dr ER by Max Monroe


Dr. Erotic.

That’s what they’ve decided to call me, Scott Shepard, the head of St. Luke’s Hospital Emergency Department.

Just thinking about it makes me smile.

As the new face of the reality docuseries, The Doctor Is In, I plan to take his power and recognition right to the streets of New York City and into the pants of willing women.

Well, that was my plan.

Until her—feisty, beautiful, and addictively sexy Harlow Paige.

A gossip columnist that just loves writing about yours truly, she’s everything I thought I never wanted and then some.

She drives me crazy.

Problem is, she doesn’t want to be anything when it comes to me—not friends, not lovers, not even adversaries.   

God, I love a good challenge.

Get ready, Harlow. Love is contagious.


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Tiny Tease:

“Was he the man who was riding when you got injured, Low?” he questioned, and I internally groaned at his ironic choice in words.

The man who was riding? Good Lord, that sounded terrible. And a little too close to the actual scenario…

“No, sir,” Scott answered, and if the strain in his throat was any indication, he was one breath away from losing himself to laughter. “I was, in fact, not doing the riding when your daughter got injured.”

My father looked at me. “If he wasn’t the one riding, then how do you two know each other?”

Fucking fiddlesticks, I needed everyone to stop saying riding before I fainted from discomfort.

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*5 Stars*

ARC kindly received from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Oh man I loved this book. This series has been really fun so far and I can’t wait to read the next one.

I really really loved the banter between Scott and Harlow and I was definitely laughing out loud at some points and smiling like a loon at my kindle.

I also really loved some of the secondary characters such as Bill & Nicole and also Amanda. They really provided some comic relief as well.

The story-line on this one was fun and I loved how they showed Scott’s bedside manner and connection with his patients. I really loved him as a character as we discovered more and more about him. Harlow could be frustrating at time, but she was hilarious so it wasn’t really in an annoying kind of way at all. It just made you laugh at her and her stubborness.

A couple of particular characters that were trouble were no surprise, and I liked how the issue/anguish didn’t drag on. The ending of this, everything about the book really, it all fit together well.

Max Monroe are a great writing duo and I can’t wait to read more from them. Book 3 where are you!?


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