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Rose should be old enough, mature enough, to not be so judgmental of her family, her upbringing, and the men she dated. She likes different things than her family and acts likes she is superior. This story is her turning point and acceptance of her family and who she is.
This is book number 4 in the Take a Chance series.
Rose Chance is a successful, fashionable and determined doctor- a general practitioner. She is colleagues with Matt Vasilopolous, an intense and scruffy surgeon.
Rose's father, Jack, has a medical event in her office. The doctor on call is not one that Rose has a great deal of confidence in. She tracks Matt down and asks him to find out what is wrong with her father and to perform any needed surgery. He complied.
After this event, several of Rose's family members get caught up in matchmaking her with the sexy, talented surgeon. She is not going to go for it, mainly because they are colleagues.
They find that they have mutual friends – Matt & Rose are both scheduled to be part of a wedding party. After the wedding a relationship begins. Rose has laid down guidelines that are quite sterile, but meant to keep complications at bay. Their relationship hits bumps, twists, highs and lows.
My only criticism of this book would be the "fairy tale" theme throughout. Rose is a professional woman, probably in her mid to early 30s, yet she reminisces about being carried away from her family to the castle she belongs in. Near the end, up pops some information that she has been dating royalty of some sort. It all seems a bit silly and juvenile. Aside from that, this is another lovely book from the Take a Chance series. I will continue to listen if there are additional books.
Teri Schnaubelt is a professional. She gives a solid performances each and every time. This may sound a bit repetitive at this point, but she narrated all four books in the series and she is fantastic. Great job, if the series continues the author would be smart to keep Teri as the narrator. I've grown accustomed to her and I don't think anyone else would sound right.
Notes: Mature themes, in movie terms PG – 13 to R rating.
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