"Can a nurse remain professional when a tragic accident brings a sexy doctor in need of her care?"
Reviewed by Patti Loveday
Posted December 7, 2017
Romance Holiday | Romance Contemporary
EVERY NEW YEAR by Brenda L. Thomas is a contemporary romance
short story that is perfect for the holiday season. I found
this to be a quick read, and I did finish the book in one
sitting. Thomas has created a beautiful love story that is
full of romance, hope, family, heartache, and second chances.
The characters are very relatable and very realistic which
makes this story easy to get really lost in. I like the
short detail of each character because that helps to build
up their back stories before meeting each other for the
first time. Back stories are a great way to explain what
they are going through and helps to explain why certain
things happen later on in the story.
Being newly engaged would typically mean that a girl is off
the market so to speak but what happens when a nurse is
assigned to help take care of a new patient that is
incredibly sexy? This is precisely what happens in this book
when a very well-known doctor ends up in the emergency room
with amnesia after a tragic accident. Will something other
than a nurse and patient relationship develop between these
two or will things change if he gets his memory back?
I really enjoyed reading this fantastic EVERY NEW YEAR, and
I found it will have you experiencing a lot of different
emotions all at once. EVERY NEW YEAR is a great book for
anyone who loves a romantic short story.
Bestselling author Brenda L. Thomas spins a sexy and
scandalous tale about a newly engaged woman whose life takes
an unexpected turn after a New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Eve is the one night of the year
when the line between old and new blurs, when fantasy can
become reality, and every woman is given the opportunity to
reinvent herself. But in Every New Year, New Year’s
Eve turns tragic when a shoot-out lands a respected doctor
in the hospital with a bad case of amnesia—and in the care
of a man too sexy to resist.
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