An Inescapable Temptation [NOOK Book]

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Nurse Francesca Cruz has taken a job on a cruise ship bound for the Mediterranean—the perfect retreat from her breakup—except, she finds herself trapped with gorgeous but arrogant doctor Gabriel Russo.

She knows his type well: the devastating smile, those come-to-bed eyes and that easy charm. She won't be tempted twice.

But with nowhere to escape—except overboard—and her delicious boss lying in the next ...

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An Inescapable Temptation

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Overview


Nurse Francesca Cruz has taken a job on a cruise ship bound for the Mediterranean—the perfect retreat from her breakup—except, she finds herself trapped with gorgeous but arrogant doctor Gabriel Russo.

She knows his type well: the devastating smile, those come-to-bed eyes and that easy charm. She won't be tempted twice.

But with nowhere to escape—except overboard—and her delicious boss lying in the next cabin, it's easier said than done!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460307489
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 947,357
  • File size: 198 KB

Meet the Author


Scarlet Wilson wrote her first story aged 8 and has never stopped. She's worked in the health service for 20 years, trained as a nurse and a health visitor. Scarlet now works in public health and lives on the West Coast of Scotland with her fiance and their two sons. Writing medical romances is a dream come true for her.

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  • Posted February 18, 2013

    3 stars This is a nice romance. There is lot of medical drama o

    3 stars

    This is a nice romance. There is lot of medical drama on board there cruise ship.

    Francesca is a nurse on a cruise ship as they are loading passengers and supplies, their is cry for her help. A teenager had fallen off into the sea and someone dived after him. He got the boy and trying to get to help and he is bounced into a sea wall. A small boat was sent after they got the teenager in but the man was not breathing.

    Francesca looked the teen over quick and told someone to get the doctor and get the kid warmed up. Franceseca saw that the man was not breathing and started CPR. She got him breathing again and found out he was her new boss doctor Gabriel Russo.

    After things calmed down she realized he was the doctor playboy that her roommate was dating 6 years ago. He kicked her out of his apartment in the middle of the night and Francesca was called to go rescue her. Francesca was angry at him and now he was her new boss.

    Francesca was waiting for her visa to take another job. She has not spent much time anywhere the last few years. She is doubting her nursing skills since her father died. His death has messed with her head.

    Gabriel wanted to be closer to his father as he is fighting his own health. His father wanted him to take over the family business instead of being a doctor. He is rich and tired of his family in the news. He has a hard time knowing when people liked him for himself or his family money. He became a doctor because of family death when he was six year old.

    Gabriel admires Francesca nurse skills but he wonders why she does not have confidence in her skills. He wished she had not told the others on the medical staff that his family was rich.

    Makes me want to think of going on a cruise. See some of the places that they talk of like the leaning tower of Pisa.

    I was given this ebook to read and asked to give a review of it by Netgalley.

    Publisher: Harlequin Medical Romances (February 1, 2013) 136 pages ASIN: B009YLXORC

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