Doctor-Patient Confidentiality: Volume One (The Confidential Series #1) by Eme Strife (Review by #NerdGirlNoelle)

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Title: Doctor-Patient Confidentiality: Volume One (The Confidential Series #1)

Author:  Eme Strife

Published Date: December 14th 2013

Genre: Romance


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Two very different people.
One scandalous proposition.
Endless possibilities…


I can’t believe how different things are now; how complicated my life has become in such a short amount of time.

It was never supposed to be like this.

He’s off limits.

He’s always been off limits.

I keep telling myself that; that being here with him is not supposed to feel this good.
God, he’s not supposed to feel this good.

I wonder what my life would have been like now if I had gone to the clinic on a different day, or if I had just insisted on going with the physician I was initially referred to.

Never in my life would I have thought that in the events that followed the beginning of a regular school week, a random checkup would end up spawning a highly angst-filled, incredibly confusing, and quickly-unfolding mess.


This story unfolds over multiple serials and this is the first book in the series.

Rated 17+
This series contains mature and adult content (nudity, graphic sex, and strong language).
Because of its explicit nature, it is intended for mature audiences only. Reader discretion is advised.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***#NerdGirlNoelle’s  Review***
This book really started off quick with the steamy prologue!  It was an extremely descriptive hot and heavy sex scene that left you very anxious to get into the book and read more to find out the story behind the mysterious scene.

Once you get into the book after the prologue, I was left me waiting for something to happen that would lead to that scene, something, anything, but I was disappointed.  The rest of the book was about Roni’s college life, friends, classes, and a health scare that led her to a doctor.  I can only assume that the doctor she meets is the doctor mentioned in the title of the book and in the prologue, however the book ended at that meeting.  There were no other romantic scenes in the rest of the book.

It was an interesting read, and a very quick one, so if you’re looking for a quick read, go ahead and check it out, but I think you would definitely need to read the series, it’s not a stand alone due to the plot not really being developed yet.


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