Emergency Servicing

Elizabeth Coldwell; Serena Yates; A.J. Llewellyn; Sara York; HL Holston; Eleanor Bruce; Noelle Keaton
Emergency Servicing
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Release Date
March 2013
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Medical Romance

'Down to Earth' by Elizabeth Coldwell

It started out the happiest day of Ryan Johnson's life. At breakfast, his long-time boyfriend Craig accepted his proposal that they enter a civil partnership, and in the afternoon he's making a parachute jump-a surprise organised by his new fiancé. But when his chute fails to open, experienced skydiver Ryan finds himself in the hospital…

'Please, Doctor' by Serena Yates

Doctor Russell Walters is a successful emergency physician at the Royal Winkham Hospital during the day…and an occasional expert for a medical fetish club at night. He's only doing his best friend and club owner a favour-until he sees Patrick walk into their pretend clinic…

'Roley's Wood' by A.J. Llewellyn

A woman's scream shatters a peaceful ride in the recently cleaned up Roley's Wood. Jack and his best friend, Paul, race towards the sound. They find a woman lying on the ground, clinging to life, an arrow sticking out of her body. Jack and Paul have no way of knowing that she disappeared weeks ago and has been the subject of a huge manhunt…

'Love Without Borders' by Sara York

Jason believes the attraction he has for Doctor David Blankenship will never be more than lustful dreams until David shows up at the firehouse, asking Jason to travel to Guatemala with him for a charity trip. Excited that they'll be working together, Jason is ultimately disappointed because their schedules are too hectic for them to even speak to each other.

'Doctor, Doctor' by HL Holston & Eleanor Bruce

Daniel Stewart, Chief Petty Officer and dedicated Corpsmen, works at the Naval Hospital in Naples, Italy where he carries around two big secrets-one, he's gay, and two, he's in love with a very sexy Navy doctor, Ryker Kincaid, who he's been having an affair with for a year…

'Trusting the ER Doctor's Heart' by Noelle Keaton

After his last relationship resulted in a nasty break-up, the last thing emergency room physician Kyle Montgomery is looking for is another romance. Yet when he meets hunky paramedic Trent Jones, Kyle cannot deny the immediate attraction and undeniable spark between them. As their love develops, Kyle begins to put the past behind him and focus on his burgeoning relationship with Trent.

Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
May 22, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
159 people found the following review helpful
EMERCENCY SERVICING is a great collection of stories about hot medical professionals working to save lives and find love.

In Down to Earth, we get to see how trauma can change someone we thought we knew into a totally different person. When Ryan gets injured in a skydiving accident, he finds the nurse working on his floor in the hospital is much more attentive and understanding than his fianc. The story is very sweet and genuine with the emotions of the characters well written.

Please, Doctor was fun and cute while exploring medical fetishes. Patrick has a thing for men in white coats, so much so he can't seek medical attention when needed. When he is referred to a "special clinic" for his problem, he thinks he is going there for treatment, not to have his fetish desires role-played. Russell usually serves as a medical consultant to the fetish club, but can't resist becoming more hands on when he sees Patrick.

Roley's Wood was a nice story about moving on and finding new love in unexpected places. Jack agrees to go on vacation with his ex-boyfriend, Paul, and Paul's new lover. He quickly realizes the vacation might be a mistake and is making plans to change things up when he gets pulled into the middle of a major police investigation. Jack meets the prosecutor handling the case, Brodie, and sparks fly!

Starting a relationship while working frantically in a busy Guatemalan clinic might not be ideal, but in Love Without Borders, we see it is possible. The strenuous and close conditions are what paramedic Jason and doctor David need to push them together. Steamy and sweet story about falling for someone is less than ideal circumstances.

Doctor, Doctor was one of my favorite stories in this collection. It explores the challenges of being gay in the military and relationships between different ranks. We also get to see the strain being in the closet can put on a relationship and a career. Ryker and Daniel have to figure out if they are prepared to put their relationship before their careers and if their families will be accepting of their choices. Very sweet.

Issues of age and social status are prominent in Trusing the ER Doctor's Heart. Kyle is a stable, successful ER doctor and Trent is the young, sexy paramedic that often delivers patients to him. When the two of them finally act upon their attraction to one another, they then have to deal with jealous ex-boyfriends, insecurities, and very different lifestyles while figuring out if they stand a chance at a relationship.

This was a great collection of short, steamy, and sweet love stories.
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