Warning: Workplace flirtation may cause side effects.
Super-geek physician Saam Sherazi, M.D., is clueless about anything that can’t be learned from a textbook. Most people assume he’s an intellectual a-hole with a God complex, but Saam doesn’t need a sparkling bedside manner to treat his patients. Besides, he’d rather not encourage the countless women who are solely attracted to the two little letters at the end of his name—something that’s rubbed him the wrong way ever since he finished med school. But when Lorie Braddock walks into Saam’s office, he finds himself wanting to rub her all sorts of right.
At twenty-five, former beauty queen Lorie Braddock is finally living life on her terms. She’s moved to the big city, landed her dream job, and traded her titles and tiaras for power suits and promotions. But while Lorie’s sprinting up the corporate ladder, her dating life is guided by one simple rule: Don’t dip your pen in the company ink. Until Dr. Saam Sherazi starts invading her thoughts . . . and steaming up her phone with the kind of sexting that makes her want to rewrite all her rules.
Evie Clarie’s red-hot romances can be enjoyed together or separately:
LET’S TALK ABOUT SEXT • I WANNA SEXT YOU UP
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After not loving Let's Talk About Sext, the first book in this series, I wanted to give this one a try and see if that was a one-off or not. Unfortunately, it seems like that's not the case.
I loved Saam. He's the best part of this book, just like Brody was in book one. But just as in the first book in this series, the heroine just didn't work for me. Her storyline didn't make much sense to me.
I had such a hard time getting into this book and then the ending was so abrupt that I felt like I should have given up earlier like I wanted to. Saam completely saved this book and Phebe, the heroine from book one, was so much more likable in this book than her own.
While I'm sure some will love this book, I'm thinking this is the end of the road with this author for me.
Excellent add to your TBR list
A fun, entertaining read. The story spreads between the two main characters and hinges on the difference between right and wrong, what lengths would a good, upstanding person go to, to do the right thing? Excellent story, should definitely go on your TBR list.