A Barb the Zany Old Lady Review: Prescription for Love (Road to Blissville #7) by Aimee Nicole Walker

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Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Aimee Nicole Walker always creates interesting, gorgeous, sweet men who spend a lot of time between the sheets. Warning: personal fans are required. Proceed with caution. LOL

When Trent Love comes back from a stint with Doctors Without Borders, the sexy pediatrician is ready to take up where he left off flirting with the big, handsome fireman, Tucker Garrison. Not knowing where the good doctor went after their initial dinner date left Tucker feeling down and lost. He hadn’t cared for the doctor’s choice of restaurant. It was too upper class and pretentious and led Tucker to believe the doc was invested only in material wealth and not in good old middle-class values.

But he was wrong, and when Trent comes back, he sets out to prove it. That turns out to be easy as the two actually get along quite well. In fact, it’s pretty evident to all who know them, including Tucker’s outrageous Grammie, who raised him, that these two belong together. And they seem well on their way to forever when Trent’s obnoxious, petty parents stick their noses where they don’t belong and inadvertently discover something that turns Tucker’s world upside down.

One of the only lifelines he allows himself once the shock wears off is his connection to his hearthis doc, always there with a helping hand. The story is sweet with the requisite amount of angst and opposition, but overall, it’s fun and humorous and a lighthearted MM romance. A few earlier Blissville characters weave in and out of the story, but this can certainly be read as a standalone (as I have done) without any confusion.

The cover by Jay Aheer features a gorgeous man in medical scrubs, his shirt held in one hand to show off ripped abs. Very attention-getting.

Sales Links:  Amazon

Book Details:

Kindle Edition, 223 pages
Published May 18th 2019 by Chasing Rainbows Press LLC
ASINB07RV5CGY1
Series Road to Blissville #7

Road to Blissville Series

Unscripted Love

Someone to Call My Own

Nobody’s Prince Charming

Smoke in the Mirror

Inside Out

Prescription for Love

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