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Publisher Description

Motorcycle deputy, Sadie Lazar is no damsel in distress. After all, the only man capable of getting a job done is a woMAN. She loves her life of independence. But when she is on scene at a mass car pile-up and finds a missing child, a pair of piercing blue eyes changes her world.

Widower, single-dad, Dr. Ryan Montgomery is in over his head. It's been four years since his wife's death and his former mother-in-law refuses to let him move on. When he finally starts dating, an accident makes him realize that dating a cop could put him right back in a world of grief and loss--a place he barely survived the first time around.

Now, two people who are used to saving others are forced to save themselves: one from a lonely future and one from a broken past.

Sadie, Doctor Accident was originally published under the title Book'em Sadie in the Iron Badges series

June 4
F Squared LLP
F, Squared LLP

Customer Reviews

sbsbrinson ,

Enjoyed the book

Overall, it’s a good story and well written. Language was a little over the top an I could have done without some of that. The sweet and sad behind the story made it worth reading.

Anaxkolasi ,


This is the first book in a spin-off of the Iron Orchids series. Sadie is realativly new to being a motors deputy, but she has been on the force for years. She has a great group of female friends who are also part of the police department. She first meets Ryan at the scene of an accident. He is a widower and single father, as well as an E.R. doctor. After their first interaction fate brings them together again when Sadie helps his daughter. Will they be able to begin a relationship with the demands of their jobs and other responsibilities or will outside forces end them before they even have a chance to begin? There were a few places where the writing seemed a little choppy and confusing and I felt like I was missing something, but overall a good read.

Donbon004 ,

Read this book!

If there were six stars for a rating, I would give this a six. Oh my goodness, the Walmart scene was so fun. Great characters.

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