➦OK. So I have a list of important questions. Of questions I would ask a murse. A hot murse. In case I ever came across one. Because you have to be prepared, people. My ideal one would hands down be this dude right here:
Oh, btw he’s an actual real male nurse and prefers to be called a murse. how cute.
Right. Questions, in no particular order of importance:
•Was I supposed to tie this gown in the front? Muh bad!
•Something’s up with my breathing. Like, tooootally out of breath. Mouth to mouth, please?
•Do you, by any chance, make house calls? I’m indisposed and can’t travel. nuhuh
•I know you’re not a gyno but you should be, at the very least, qualified to do a breast exam… right?
•I’m seriously injured, can I please stay overnight? *stubs toe hard*
➦Crap, I’m seriously getting carried away here, let me get back to the actual review. So, as you’ve derived from above the hero of this novel is a male nurse. And the heroine is a hospital director, I think… a hot woman boss, an uptight workaholic and a lonely human being. Can this murse remind her how to have fun again and ultimately find happiness?
➦This is Isabel Love’s debut novel and I thought it was wonderfully written and well balanced. It had good amount of banter, steam and angst. I especially enjoyed the angsty bits because I felt bad for the situation these two main characters found themselves in. It was great to be in their heads and I enjoyed every moment of it.
➦I am looking forward to reading Isabel Love’s upcoming installments in this series and I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys contemporary romances with a forbidden office affair trope and generally wants to drool over hot murse, albeit an imaginary one.
I’ll leave you with a naughty quote from the book.
“I have to go to work and see Max again. I have to act like I didn’t have a dream about him fucking my brains out then masturbate to thoughts of said dream.
Piece of cake.”