by: Ann McIntosh
Genre: Contemporary Medical Romance/Interracial
Release Date: July 1, 2020
Publisher: Harlequin Medical Romance
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Sometimes the deepest desire…
…is the one you’ve hidden the longest.
Realizing her world is dramatically falling apart, surgeon Mina’s childhood friend Kiah offers her a fresh start on the beautiful Caribbean island he calls home. She’s beyond grateful for his help in regaining the spirit and purpose she feared she’d lost. But when a long-denied attraction spills into their friendship, they must decide whether to risk everything on the breathtaking passion that’s quickly unraveling between them!
“Who better to fall for but your best friend?”
Best Friend to Doctor Right by Ann McIntosh is one of those stories that will capture your attention and heart immediately and won’t let go.
Hezekiah “Kiah” Langdon met Mina Haraldson when he transferred to a new school in seventh grade. The two immediately hit it off and became best friends for life. During the ensuing years, they have been there for each other through all the major life milestones whether good or bad. Mina now finds herself divorced and having to adjust to life after an accident ended her steller surgical career. Kiah convinces Mina to accompany him back to St. Eustace, his Caribbean island homeland, and help establish protocols for the hospital he works at. The trip proves to be just what Mina needs to make the decision to start living life again.
There is so much to love about Best Friend to Doctor Right. Mina and Kiah have this easy friendship which transcends time. Their attraction to one another is genuine, fueled by the fear of what-ifs and unknowns. Their love and respect for each other is felt through the pages.
This is a story that will truly leave you smiling once the story is finished. I highly, highly recommend it. It should be noted that there are potential triggers relating to child abuse, PTSD, suicide, and murder.
~ Favorite Quotes ~
“If you find a best friend of the opposite sex, and you love them, you need to marry them.”
“You don’t have to be perfect to do whatever it is you want to.”
“You know that as long as I’m around, you never have to face anything alone, don’t you?”
**Received a copy from a tour company and voluntarily reviewed it.**
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