Apr 21, 2009

Review | Houston, We Have a Problem by Erin McCarthy


Title: Houston, We Have a Problem by Erin McCarthy
Series: N/A
Genre: Women's Fiction - Contemporary Romance
Published: November 1st 2005 by Kensington
Format: Paperback
Source: Purchased
Rating: ★★☆☆☆

Synopsis: Dr. Houston Hayes has never had trouble maintaining his professional distance. . .until he meets resident Josie Adkins. Every time she drops a chart in his presence, he's treated to a view that makes him extremely interested in her bones. Jumping them, that is. For a man who prides himself on control at all times, this is a problem. . .

All her life, Josie has wanted to be a surgeon. But how can she do that while she's suffering from the debilitating Dr. Hayes Induced Dropping Medical Equipment Syndrome? And then Dr. Hayes prescribes a cure: one night of sheet-burning passion to erase the tension for both of them. But only one night. . .he won't need more than that. . .

Suddenly, Josie has her mission--a chance to prove to the arrogant Dr. Hayes that one night with her will never be enough. And soon, both doctors may be falling into a desire deeper than any they've ever known. . .


Thoughts:A light fluffy romance, a simple sweet love story. Who knows how long I've had this book sitting on my bookshelf waiting to be read, but I finally got to it. It was pretty okay :) I read it pretty quickly because I was enjoying it. I'm not too sure if I liked the authors writing style too much though, so I know I'm not going to go searching for any more of her books any time soon.

Overall, it was a quick easy read and I'm sure I'd enjoy it again at a later time.


1 comment

  1. I envy you. At least you have some time to read. Been super duper busy, I can't remember the last time I read a book. Who are your favorite authors? I love Sydney Sheldon and Danielle Steel. =)

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