Roma Kulkarni is having the time of her life. She's an extremely successful, rich, famous global concierge doctor with a brand of her own and a monopoly on medicine. However, she's got an ego the size of an overinflated SUV tire. And when patients begin to complain about Roma's ego and low quality of care, there's only one thing left to do. Exile her. To an emergency department. In Las Vegas. At night.
Khalil Karam is passing the vibe check. That is, until Roma Kulkarni comes along and breaks the wonderful, normal, awesome ER's team in half. Roma only believes in the sickcare system, but he wants the healthcare system. He's assigned to teach her what it means to be a doctor. Khalil hates Roma, but he'll do anything to show this headstrong Newark-born A-lister what his ER means to him.
So Roma has an exile to survive. Six months in the middle of the desert. And no penthouse! But whatever. It's not like she's actually going to change her ways, no matter what anyone tells her, no matter what she encounters. Like, not at all. Right?
But the emergency room is a miraculous place. Even when the outlook seems bleak, hope prevails. As for all being fair? The chances of that are very, very slim.
Esha Patel is a contemporary romance writer who loves causing drama, but would never do that to real people, so she created characters to make their lives torture instead. FLORIDA’S FINEST is her debut novel. Esha is a student and dancer who bakes highly unhealthy desserts and watches way too many soapy medical dramas. When she isn’t writing, you can find her doing homework, which is code for falling down an internet rabbit hole. Her secret talent is bawling her way through the end of Titanic.
amazing, amazing, amazing book. the characters are so well-developed and i can’t even put into words how much i love Khalil! it’s a fun read with drama, romance, and humor. what makes it even better is the South Asian representation!!