Super-geek physician Saam Sherazi, M.D., is clueless about anything that can’t be learned from a textbook. Most people assume he’s an intellectual a-hole with a God complex, but Saam doesn’t need a sparkling bedside manner to treat his patients. Besides, he’d rather not encourage the countless women who are solely attracted to the two little letters at the end of his name—something that’s rubbed him the wrong way ever since he finished med school. But when Lorie Braddock walks into Saam’s office, he finds himself wanting to rub her all sorts of right.
At twenty-five, former beauty queen Lorie Braddock is finally living life on her terms. She’s moved to the big city, landed her dream job, and traded her titles and tiaras for power suits and promotions. But while Lorie’s sprinting up the corporate ladder, her dating life is guided by one simple rule: Don’t dip your pen in the company ink. Until Dr. Saam Sherazi starts invading her thoughts . . . and steaming up her phone with the kind of sexting that makes her want to rewrite all her rules.
|Lorie is a pharmaceutical drug rep and she is working at wanting to be the best. She also promoting a new drug to help with childhood diabetes, since she has a friend who has had it her whole life. Wanting to get an in she makes her way for a new doctor, a Sherazi. After a few lattes and strange meetings at the coffee shop which does not work, it is finally when they both end up at the same camp for children for diabetes. It is there that their relationship finally takes off and the shy doctor realizes that the former beauty queen is attracted to him. Besides wanting to sell this medication that she believes in. A good story with a good supporting cast of her team and boss, a very good book. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 3 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com|