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Dare She Date the Dreamy Doc? (Glenmore Island Doctors #4)

3.56  ·  Rating Details ·  71 Ratings  ·  14 Reviews
Five reasons why I shouldn't fall in love with Dr. Ryan McKinley:

1. I've been divorced less than a year

2. I'm ordinary and he is a sex god

3. I have my daughter to think of

4. I have to work with the man

5. He might break my heart…

Nurse Jenna Richards did not come all the way to Glenmore to fall head over heels for the first sexy doctor she saw. But what's a single mom to do
Published July 2010 by harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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I got this after a good review on Dear Author. I have reached the part where Jenna and her daughter (who has left, pissed off, in search of cell phone connection) have been driven to their house by the Dreamy Doc. I want to shake Jenna, who in my eyes is a wimpy divorcee without a sliver of backbone. Will get back to this later. It is supposed to be good.
Dec 12, 2014 Sarah rated it really liked it
One of the stories republished in Summer Kisses
Book four of the Glenmore Doctor Series
This was definitely my favourite of these books I loved the mother / daughter relationship between Jenna and Lexi and how things twitted and turned in the relationship with Ryan great conclusion and realistic as let's face it kids don't miss a thing ;) lol
Jul 19, 2014 Nadia rated it liked it
Shelves: romance, contemporary
It was Ok. I like an idea of a small island were everyone knew everyone else. I liked heroes' houses a lot.
On the other hand not liked teen daughter very much, but I guess it was her role to play. The only really strange thing in her was attitude: she was really mad at heroine during the beach party, but then suddenly was ok that her mother slept with Sexy Doctor and everybody knew that. She was saying it's great that they are only two of them while she was seeing that youngster & knew that
Jul 17, 2012 Allison rated it liked it
Good book. The teenage daughter drove me crazy, but they do that in real life too, so I suppose it was good writing. Short, easy read.
Jan 19, 2012 KatiD rated it liked it
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Jenna Richards is newly divorced, out of money, humiliated by her ex-husband's cheating ways, and toting a snotty teenager with an attitude when she shows up on the fictional island of Glenmore in Scotland to become a nurse in the small medical practice which services the island. Jenna's confidence is in tatters, and she's desperately worried about her 15 year old daughter Lexi who is upset about the divorce and even more upset at her mother for dragging her away from her friends and home and ev ...more
Heroine is retreating to a remote Scottish island to work as a nurse, hiding from a bad divorce, dragging her teenaged daughter along. She feels old, unattractive and exhausted. Hero is a doctor on the island, who retreated there for the same reason--bad divorce. They have to work together and draw each other out of their respective shells, with the unwanted help of all the nosy, matchmaking neighbors. I liked this because the characters felt very real--insecure, unsure, and yet trying to be ope ...more
Jun 05, 2015 Donna rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, 2015
For a book with such a silly title, this turned out to be a very entertaining story. Enjoyed it very much. Of the four books in this series, this is definitely my favourite.
Jul 26, 2011 Cecilia rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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For me this was probably closer to a 3-star book, but it was so much more sane than the previous book that I read by this author that I had to bump it up.

Adult characters act like adults and teenage characters act their age. The difficulties of starting over are dealt with realistically. The hero is a decent person without being over-the-top about it. A couple of elements I was not as keen on: The heroine was a bit spineless toward her ex for the sake of not upsetting her daughter, but apparent
Jan 15, 2013 Dalia rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars
Nurse Jenna came to Glenmore Island after her divorce to start a new life for herself and her teenage daughter Lexi. Dr Ryan has been living on the island for two years recovering from a terrible marriage. These two were heartbroken and had a lot of past baggage to deal with. I loved Jenna and Ryan and I was very invested in their lives and rooting for their HEA. I loved Lexi's sarcasm and the matchmaking islanders, even Rebel the dog. This is a feel-good story that will keep the smile
Lori Green
Jan 30, 2011 Lori Green rated it really liked it
I have nothing against Harlequins except their titles. This title is so gag-worthy that I'm grateful I read it on my Kindle and nobody could see the title.

It was a good, solid book with great characters, solid back stories and nicely written. It had a teenage daughter who set my teth on edge (just like a real teen!). I'd recommend it as a light read.
ms bookjunkie
*happy sigh* Satisfying romance, competent doctoring, and a daring rescue. What's not to like?
Jul 20, 2013 Kat rated it it was amazing
Perfect Romance, Looking forward to more books in this series.
Bridie Coleman
Apr 17, 2011 Bridie Coleman rated it it was amazing
Loved it - charming story and to die for hero (of course)
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