Having a crush on her drop-dead-gorgeous boss could get Hopewell General intern Jaclyn Campbell fired... especially with the prestigious Virginia hospital reeling from a shocking scandal. But head resident Lucien De Winter is impossible to resist. And he’s arousing a healthy dose of desire as he wages an all-out war to make the sheltered Southern belle his own. Because Lucien knows that the only thing to cure his acute condition is a lifetime of love.
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i wish i had a doctor like him
this book is in the top 15
I found the defying of the hospital policies because of his love for jaquelene.
I love Brenda hjackson she is one of my favorites. i love the story of this book and the characters that she has created. i love to read her writings because they unfold like movies to me and i can relate. The dialogue , the descriptions are so real and believable to me.
Storyline was good, but not one of her best.
It was too predictable for my taste. Brenda Jackson's books are normally hot and steamy. Once you get started you don't want to put the book down. Didn't get that with this one—even though it was a audio, I feel like the narrator held it back with the way she read. I also felt like there where only two characters in the whole novel.
Have not listen to enough audio books to compare. This is just my second one. Really enjoyed "Practice What You Preach" which was also narrated by Shari Peele
Yes. I actually have enjoyed her narrating on other books, this one just didn't make the grade for me. She read it very lazy and dry.
Probably not in the theatre but I would rent the DVD.
I don't like writing negative reviews, however, I think that it was a good storyline and I probably would have enjoyed it better had a read the actually book.