Skilled surgeon Veronica Mallick runs her London hospital department like she runs her surgeries: with hawkish efficiency. Then her perfect world is turned upside down by the arrival of a new Head of Trauma.
Cassie Taylor is a brash, no-nonsense army surgeon, fresh from the front lines, and trying to find her way in civilian life. She’s all action and sharp edges, not too interested in rules. She’s even less interested in bureaucracy, or playing nice with her uptight, paper-pushing colleague, Veronica.
While they’re circling each other warily at St. Sophia’s hospital, Cassie becomes entangled in some shady financial dealings.
Their shared search for the truth draws them closer together, sparking heated moments as they try to see justice done. But in exposing a scandal, can they also find some common ground? How will they both deal with being attracted to a woman they don’t even like?
An enemies-to-lovers lesbian romance about sexy, smart doctors cutting to the heart of what matters.
Good storyline and plot. But a definite hard to read and follow through. The plot was fine but writing led me all over. Could be because was written in London prose and phrases were hard to understand.
For a book about medical practices, procedures, military, etc story was dry. I wanted to close the book and shelf it but I struggled through it. Romance, what romance?
We are constantly reminded to write books, music, to start a business about what we know; if we’re unsure, do the research.
Life isn’t all dry, it’s filled with joy, hope, heartbreak, laughter, happiness, loss, death, living, etc.
This book needs more research on all subjects.