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THE DOCTOR TAKES A PRINCESS
Bridget, the princess of Chantaine, always glamourous and the toast of the town, hides her authentic self from her admirers…from everyone. She believes that nobody can love her true self because of the trauma she experienced as a little girl. One day, she realizes that she is able to be herself with Ryder, a handsome yet stubborn doctor who used to be a well-known playboy in Texas. Will he be the one to reach Bridget’s hidden heart?
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- very cute 5
- JAB 01/11/2017
This was a good book to read because there were so many things to like about it. We have a heroine/princess who's stuck between trying to achieve her desires to being a good representative for her country. Not only that, she carries guilt over what happened to her friend from a mob attack and doesn't feel like she's going to find love since her title attracts the low-kind of men. We have a hero/doctor who just adopted his nephews whose parents died in a car accident and is fighting to get a promotion at his hospital. I like that they both have issues both business and personal. Although, their second meeting went bad because the hero degrades the heroine in her pursuit to find doctors for her country. Personally, it's only for two years and really it's up to the doctors that the heroine gives the opportunity to. I did find it adorable that the two of them bond over taking care of the twin little boys. It's so sweet and messy at the same time. I also like how the two of them resist physical attraction till the end. For example, the hero is dying to go to the heroine's room at night but resists. Then when the heroine is in a vulnerable position and the hero offers anything to comfort her, sexual intercourse does come to mind; yet, she asks him to sing her a lullaby since he is so good at it. I like how the two of them break up and reunite. The ending was great and the book was worth renting, I only wish that I had it for a only time.
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