Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Prah, Constantine & Baryeh Reviews: Deliver Me #romance



                                      

The weather is turning chilly in Buffalo, New York. Autumn is right around the corner, and it's my favorite season! 
For September our team read and reviewed

Deliver Me
by
Farrah Rochon


After being dumped by her boyfriend and passed over for yet another promotion, Monica Gardner moves to New Orleans, determined to make a name for herself as the new attending ER physician at Methodist Memorial Hospital. As for men--she's through with them. But when given the chance to chair the hospital's annual charity banquet, Monica must elicit the help of gorgeous Ob-gyn Elijah Holmes.

Eli will do anything to thwart his matchmaking Mama's plan to reunite him with his high school girlfriend. So, when the sexy new ER doc asks for his help in planning this year's charity banquet, Eli devises the perfect scheme: He'll help put on the best banquet the hospital has ever seen, if Monica poses as his new girlfriend. But when Eli finds himself falling in love, he realizes convincing Monica of his true feelings may be his greatest delivery yet.


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Cathrina's Review:

I fell for Eli after reading the first couple of pages. An extremely competent, hotter than hot Ob-gyn doctor who's single~~What's not not like. And I liked Monica, an ER doctor who had her heart broken in the past. She's not looking for love or a man, especially a man like Eli. 

If you've read the author's explicit blurb then you know the gist of the story.

I liked Deliver Me. It's a good novel filled with all the feels. I was drawn to Eli's family just like Monica. What threw me was the sub-story of Amanda and Jeffrey. Those sections of the book were a tale in itself. While it was highly volatile with tensions rising between a husband and wife, I wondered how they related to Eli and Monica, except that Eli is her doctor. 

Now head over to read what Nana and Empi thought of DELIVER ME.












4 comments:

  1. Wonderful review. I totally agree with you. I loved when you said "filled with all the feels." Nice phrase.

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  2. Great review! It's a shame that sub-story was so filler-like, but at least the main romance had a lot of feels!

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  3. This is great! A writer friend of mine, Phyllis Bourne, is always recommending Farrah's books. They're good friends!

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  4. It seems everybody wasn't feeling that other subplot relationship. Glad you enjoyed the book and main characters Cat.

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