One Night With The Army Doc

Traci Douglass
One Night With The Army Doc
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Harlequin/Mills & Boon Medical Romance
Release Date
August 2018
Contemporary Romance

Is one night enough…

To convince her to stay?

Traveling to Alaska to film the latest episode of her TV show is just what brilliant diagnostician Dr. Molly Flynn needs. It's the perfect escape from her family's expectations. Until she clashes with privacy-loving former army doc Jacob Ryder over her patient's care! Only, as friction turns into flirtation, can Molly trust that Jake sees the real her and loves her—just the way she is?

Book Review by Avonna Loves Genres (reviewer)
Jul 31, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
94 people found the following review helpful
ONE NIGHT WITH THE ARMY DOC by Traci Douglass is a medical contemporary romance which thoroughly entertains and leaves you with that HEA glow. It is easy to read with a hunky hero and a socially awkward, but brilliant heroine. Being set in Alaska also gives the story a unique background flavor.

Dr. Molly Flynn is a brilliant diagnostician with her own medical TV show. Her latest episode is based on a case in Alaska. She is excited to get away from the high expectations of her family and the recent breakup of her relationship by text. While Molly may have a brilliant mind, her social skills are not as well developed. For her show the camera is always following, but the patient's best friend is the head of the ER and refuses any on-camera time. There is an instant friction between the two doctors, but as they work together that friction starts to lead to understanding and attraction.

Dr. Jacob Ryder is the head of the ER, an ex-army doctor decorated for valor and extremely media shy. He was burned by an ex, who left him for a high profile media job, so he throws himself into his work. Molly is brilliant, but he does not see eye to eye on some of her choices for treatment. As they work together, Jake begins to see the real Molly and begins to like and respect her uniqueness and quirks.

Both know their time together is limited. As their feelings grow, can Molly believe that Jake really sees and likes the real person inside? Can Jake trust another woman who is in the media spotlight and not get burned?

Molly and Jake are an H/h duo that will go straight to your heart. They have survived so much and managed to thrive separately, but you know they would be great together. The romance is wrapped around a medical mystery that is easily understood and very intriguing. The scenery and attractions described by the author in Alaska add to the story without taking over. The romance grows at a realistic, but time limited pace and the sexual interactions were hot. I found this to be a romance that you will want to read in one sitting, because you will not want to put it down. I loved Molly and Jake and I know you will, too.
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