A Jeri Review:To Love and To Cherish (Vows #3) by Addison Albright

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Rating: 3 Stars out of 5

to-love-and-to-cherish-by-addison-albrightA nurse practically left at the altar, a grouchy doctor and a meddling patient. What we get is a cute, kind of fluffy story that in the end, wraps up nicely.

Nash has been living on his best friend’s couch since he moved out of his fiance’s home. After said fiancé learned his “presumed dead” husband was not so dead. Two weeks before the wedding. Bemoaning his lack of love, he tells another friend and nurse that he has given up on love and would be happy with friendship, companionship and regular sex.

Dr Myles Birmingham is going through a divorce- according to the hospital grapevine. He overhears Nash and his friend talking and comes up with a plan or two. Plans that should benefit them both. Until a freak accident puts Nash in the hospital with a severely broken arm and no memories of the past four months.

This was a sweet book. Although I think it was trying to be a bit angsty, it just didn’t come off that way. There wasn’t enough of a build up between Nash and Myles/Emmitt for me to root for them one way or the other.

But it was a fluffy feel good book with a good cast of side characters- especially Grampy. I loved Grampy. But, I should have loved Nash and Myles/Emmitt more.

The third in a series, but can easily be read as a stand alone.

Cover art is bright and eye-catching.

Sales Links

JMS Books | Amazon US | Amazon UK | Kobo | All Romance | OmniLit

Book Details:

ebook, 201 pages
Expected publication: November 12th 2016 by JMS Books, LLC
ISBN139781634862394
Edition LanguageEnglish
URLhttp://bit.ly/2dv19R8
SeriesVows #3
CharactersSam Miller-Greene, Nash Marino, Myles (Emmitt) Burlingham settingSeattle, Washington (United States)

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