The Good Doctor: Book Review

THE GOOD DOCTOR

By Andi Jaxon

Genre: Romance

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SYNOPSIS
I live in the hospital, working 18 hour days.
My entire life consists of running from patient to patient until I meet her.
The girl that is afraid of her own shadow.
She starts out as a patient, but thoughts of her consume me.
One phone call leads to me meeting her amazing little girl which changes everything.
With the help of my new partner in crime, I set out to try and save her from a life of fear.
Can she learn to trust me with her life and both their hearts?
**** TRIGGER WARNING: contains mention of physical and emotional abuse. Although no abuse is written out it is described, at times in detail. ****

REVIEW

The Good Doctor is a sweet love story that will pull at your heart strings and make you feel really good and positive. It would make you feel, that good is still present and even if you have been in darkness for long, light will always be there at the end of the tunnel and you would be able to come out of the darkness to have a beautiful tomorrow.

Enough of philosophical words!!!!! Coming back, I would like to talk about the three awesome characters of the story, those are Isabel, Adam and Isabel’s daughter, the sweet little girl Sophie. I think Sophie’s character was the best as per me, and am really happy that she had a major part in the book. She is a very sweet and intelligent girl.

Now coming to Adam. Adam is a perfect gentleman and I think he is someone who very girl would want her husband or boyfriend to be. He is patient, caring and could go to any extent to protect his two girls, Isabel and Sophie.

Isabel is a really well built character and I really liked her. I think if I talk more about Isabel then I would give out the the entire story and I don’t really want to do that.

“She pulls back just enough so she can look into my eyes and says, β€œI was lost until you found me.””

Final words:

If you are looking for your next read, and want that to be a romance which you won’t be able to put down until reaching the last page, then The Good Doctor is definitely for you.

LIFE AT 17 RATING

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(4.5 STARS OUT OF 5)

*I was provided an eARC in return for an honest review.*

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