IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE?!?! You bet there is…one that will raise your heart rate and blood pressure! You’ve met Dr. Tierney before when I reviewed “Rhythm of my Heart” a few months ago. Not only is the handsome doc easy on the eyes, he’s quite the romantic as well.
Here’s a synopsis of this lovely book to jog your memory:
Grace Rivers is your everyday twenty-five year old. She could have the world at her feet, but instead chooses to help run the family business. After experiencing great loss early in her life, Grace values what’s most important: her family and friends. But she aches to find that certain someone—that one great, passionate love who values family as much as she does.
Cole Tierney loves his life. He has a wonderful family, a loyal best friend and a successful career as an ER doctor. The only downside is he wants someone to share it with. After being used and left heartbroken, he wants to find someone who will love him for him and not his or his family’s status.
“Every beat my heart makes is for you. Every time it beats faster it’s because of you—because you’re near me, because of your smile—because you take my breath away.”
Their two hearts collide by chance and an undeniable connection is quickly made.
But when others are plotting against their happiness, will their love flatline, or will the rhythm of their hearts continue to beat as one?
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AMAZON US: http://amzn.com/B00L9L8K9C
AMAZON UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00L9L8K9C
About the Author:
Velvet Reed is the pen name of an avid book lover, reviewer and blogger who has turned writer.
Born and raised in Sydney, Australia; she is a city girl at heart but loves the laid back lifestyle of living in country New South Wales. Married to her first and only love, she is a devoted mother of three who juggles her very active children and their many extracurricular activities, working in the middle of the night, running a blog, and writing.
Velvet’s love of reading was realized only 3 short years ago after the death of her amazing father. She used the escape into the fictional world to help her through her grief and post natal depression, not releasing the great impact so many talented authors would have on her life.