Stormi's Review: Prescription For Love (Destiny's Child) by Zee Monodee
KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Rose of Atlantis Press RELEASED: May 18, 2017 GENRE: CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE, COMEDY LENGTH: 243 pages FORMAT: EBOOK
Forensic pathologist Margo Nolan is wholly unprepared when she is named guardian to a girl she once loved as her own. Struggling to balance her professional life against sudden parenthood, she has no clue how to reach out to her ‘daughter,’ Emma. Complicating matters is the sexy—and much younger!—doctor-next-door, Jamie Gillespie.
Jamie Gillespie volunteered to step in for his uncle, the village doctor—in part as a favour to the older man, and in part to stick it to his father’s lofty ambitions for him. The last thing he expected in this sleepy part of Surrey was to meet the tough and seemingly cold Margo. Everything about her aloof manner should push him away, but he cannot ignore his attraction for the woman or his need to help her out.
The question is—can Jamie overcome Margo’s reticence towards love and build a proper life with her & Emma? Or will she let old fears and prejudices keep the hunky village doctor at arm’s length? FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Margo is a forensic pathologist and Jamie is a doctor. Margo finds her busy lifestyle uprooted when she becomes a mother to Emma, her best friends daughter. Jamie, a doctor who cares for Emma after an accident and also the man who lives next to them, becomes someone that Margo never pictured. Having a rocky past love life and an aversion to relationships, Margo is not ready for what is to come. This book was so good. The story was filled with pain and love. It showed the love of mother (even if not biological) and the hectic life that comes along with being a working mom. The job that Margo has brings just a touch of danger and fear to this story, which made it all the better. It was written very well with lovable characters, romance, challenges, and love. I absolutely loved reading this book and was even able to finish it in one sitting, because honestly, I could not put it down.