Dr. OB by Max Monroe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 😳🤬😏🤓
The heroine: Melody Marco – just ended a relationship and her job as a traveling nurse, Melody is now back to living with her parents. Her mother sets her up with an interview for a new OB nurse position for Dr. Cummings, the son of her mother’s therapist.
The Hero(s): Dr. Will Cummings – He grew up as the son of a sex therapist, so when his television debut is on the air, his family celebrates with food like vagina shaped crescent rolls and deviled eggs. Will is surprised by the way the show is portrayed. Rather that a serious medical docu-series, they have him looking less like McDreamy and more like the McSteamy of St. Lukes hospital and he now has the moniker of Dr. OBscene.
The Story: When Melody and Dr. Will meet, he is in the midst of some crazy female backlash from the way he was portrayed in the TV series he was involved in. Will is nervous and uncomfortable with the attention he is getting and fumbles through their hilarious first meeting. Melody is thinking that she got a job at a crazy place, but turns out to be every bit as awkward as Will.
I liked the narration on this book. It was dual POV with a male and female Narrator. Stephanie Wyles has a voice very reminiscent of Candace Cameron Bure who appears in quite a lot of Hallmark romance movies. The part of Will was read by Alexander Cendese who has a deep voice and a self-depreciating manner that is perfect for Dr. Will Cummings.
The story was cute and awkward, sweet and dirty. I enjoyed this so much. There were several scenes that made me laugh out load, especially the scene were they rented a machine used to make men feel the pain of labor contractions. So hilarious! I will be reading more of this series and more from this author for sure.
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