by Maxine Davis
Recently a friend told me to STOP rewriting and let it go. I did. I sent my “baby” to her to read and comment. This was one of my first books I wrote and had recently updated, and updated, and updated. You know how that goes.
While taking a brief hiatus from writing, I read. Let me tell you about two books. One I had read a while, back, but I looked through it again, enjoying it every bit as much as the first time, and another I selected by the same writer. If it’s good, you might as well, keep reading, right? Enjoy!
The Rebel Doc Who Stole Her Heart
By Susan Carlisle
Protected by her ice queen facade and wearing her designer suits as armor, heart surgeon Michelle Ross is always in control. Then maverick anesthesiologist Ty Smith sweeps into her operating theater and ruffles her well-groomed feathers!
He is her complete opposite, but even Michelle isn’t immune to his charms—especially when she starts to see the real Ty. She knows that he’ll soon be back on his sleek black motorcycle, out on the road again, but can she stop her heart from leaving with him…?
I have to admit, Dr. Ty Smith become an instant “favorite hero.” He had it all—looks, brains, charm and a little bit of the past that he kept hidden. He and Dr. Michelle Ross are a perfect pair for each other. This was definitely a page-turner of enjoyment. Her books are a joy to read and do not disappoint!
Heart Surgeon, Hero . . . Husband
By Susan Carlisle
Discovering that her tiny son desperately needs a new heart terrifies Hannah Quinn—especially when she realizes ex-flame Scott McIntyre is the skilled surgeon in charge of the transplant. Entrusting her baby to Scott’s miracle-working hands is one thing, but whether Hannah’s own heart will survive Scott’s devastating charm intact is quite another…
Ms. Carlisle kept me glued to the pages! I swore I would not cry, but this story cannot help but bring a healthy dose of tears a few times. I really enjoy Ms. Carlisle’s writing style. As I’m sure you will agree, she is a wonderfully talented writer.