Monday, September 25, 2017

Book Review: 'Forbidden Prescription 3' by Stephanie Brother

Stephanie Brother writes scintillating stories with stepsiblings as her main romantic focus. She's always been curious about the forbidden, and this is her way of exploring such complex relationships that threaten to keep her couples apart. As she writes her way to her dream job, Stephanie hopes that her readers will enjoy the full emotional and romantic experience as much as she's enjoyed writing them. “I am most definitely not an ice queen. I don’t care what anyone says. So what if I choose to show as little emotion as possible? That doesn’t make me any less human. I do have feelings. I simply don’t give others the satisfaction of seeing them. To me that is a sign of weakness.’

This is the story of Carl and Abe – and of course the complicating factor of Emma. As the summary states – ‘Doctor, we need just one last prescription for relief. We need it. And by it, we mean you. Whitney had a little extra to drink at the hospital’s Christmas party and decides to go for it with Chad, the new male nurse. That night was one of the wildest nights of her life. But then they find out that their parents have been dating for quite some time, and are going to be getting married. Chad sets Whitney up with his best friend, Ted, to avoid temptation. There is some attraction, but they don’t have a night quite like what Whitney had with Chad. At her mom’s wedding, Ted invites her up to the suite. But when Chad invites himself in, the night becomes even more crazy and steamy. But when push comes to shove, Whitney is going to have to make a choice. Is it going to be Chad or Ted that wins her heart?…’

Lots of twists and sizzle and erotica in this winner from Stephanie. Grady Harp, April 17
This book is free from Kindle Unlimited.

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