Friday, 3 February 2017

Review: Pulling Doubles (The Wright Brothers #2) by Christina C. Jones

The Blurb
All Devyn wants – besides a tall, fine husband and eventually a few babies to fulfill her “about to turn thirty, running out of time, cute black family” dreams – is to finish her yearlong internship at University Hospital. She’s excited about the experience, eager to learn, glad to help wherever she can… it should be easy, right?

Well, it would be… if it weren’t for arrogant, know-it-all, always-got-something-to-say Dr. Joseph Wright. Devyn can’t stand him, and if his attitude is any indication, the feeling is mutual… or is it?

Joseph doesn’t “do” doctors. Or nurses. Or patients. Or anybody else who has anything to do with the hospital, for that matter. University Hospital has infiltrated enough of his life, and the last thing he needs is a blurring of the lines between professional and private.

… until smart, sexy, sassy Nurse Devyn Echols comes along, and stomps all over those lines.

When you’re pulling doubles with the person you hate to want so bad… something is bound to ignite.

My Review
I salute the person who hooked me up to this series. It is so good. Ms. Jones is a wonderful romance storyteller with just enough, drama, romance, and action to make it all really good. This opposites attract trope was right on point. The annoying Dr. Wright ended up being the sweetest guy and Devyn was a feisty, competent heroine who knew how to handle herself, and Dr. Wright too.

This is a hospital romance which took it there. I’m looking forward to the third book in the series which I bought right after I finished this book.

I give this book five out of five stethoscope shaped chocolate bars.

I purchased this book from Amazon


  1. Replies
    1. You're the one who got me addicted to it. For that I thank you very much.

  2. Sounds fun! I love opposites attract and a workplace romance? Good times :)


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