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Doctors in the Wedding (Doctors in the Family #3)

3.77 of 5 stars 3.77  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Out-of-town bridesmaid Madison Baker was looking forward to a fun wedding of one of her oldest friends. She never thought she'd meet a groomsman that made even her measured mind-of-a-psychiatrist spin.

Of course, he was the one guy who was off-limits.

Steadfast Dr. Jason D'Alessandro was wedded to his work and his patients. Why, even the bride's beautiful sister couldn't tur

Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 20th 2011 by Harlequin
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Rating 2.5

I always get sucked in into reading these type of romances when I want something that will guarantee me a "happily ever after". And anyone who has read their fair share of these knows the female always gets her "prince charming" one way or another.

But halfway through the book, I always get slapped with the reminder of why I swore I'd never read one of these again. The women in these books, no matter how accomplished they are, always seem to revert to being awkward teenagers and lose a
Fun book. I loved the way that Madison and Jason met and connected. I loved picturing Jason as Indiana Jones, even though his reputation was completely opposite. I thought Madison made a terrific bridesmaid, even sneaking around to make sure her time with Jason didn't turn the bride into a bridezilla. Bibi bothered me a bit with her heavyhanded pushing, but the stress was obviously messing with her mind. I did like the way that neither Jason nor Madison wanted to give up spending time together a ...more
Good book! Liked everything about it, the whole story really came together.
Dec 26, 2013 Gemma marked it as did-not-finish
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I hate boundary-stomping relatives/friends in books, so Bibi (heroine's friend) ruined this for me by trying to dictate who the heroine was allowed to date.
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Gina Wilkins sold her first book to Harlequin in 1987, and has been writing full-time ever since, publishing more than 90 books for Harlequin/Silhouette. Her books are translated into 20 languages. A lifelong resident of central Arkansas, she attended Arkansas State University
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