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The Nerd's Pocket Pets
     

The Nerd's Pocket Pets

3.6 3
by D.R. Grady
 

Shelby Conroy has always had this thing for Mr. Clean and now she’s met his look-a-like. Sam Welby is an oncology pediatrician, former Navy SEAL, and all around yummy man. Except she’s supposed to be working for him, not drooling over him. Sam has managed to fight his attraction to Shelby so far, but he’s a little confused as to why her lab coat

Overview

Shelby Conroy has always had this thing for Mr. Clean and now she’s met his look-a-like. Sam Welby is an oncology pediatrician, former Navy SEAL, and all around yummy man. Except she’s supposed to be working for him, not drooling over him. Sam has managed to fight his attraction to Shelby so far, but he’s a little confused as to why her lab coat pockets wriggle.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033182732
Publisher:
D.R. Grady
Publication date:
04/23/2012
Series:
Morrison Family , #4
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
410,567
File size:
329 KB

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Meet the Author

D.R. Grady lives with her husband near Hershey, PA. She adores chocolate, laughing, collecting bags and shoes, and adores writing stories that resonate with others.

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The Nerd's Pocket Pets 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
northamericanwordcat More than 1 year ago
Review I am a big fan of D.R. Grady's and this love story solidifies that fandom. It is a charming love story with a hero and heroine you can't help but like. The secondary love story is also very good. The pocket pets, which I won't tell you what they are, are wonderful and add just the right awesomeness to the story. If you are from a large family or have always wanted to be, you will especially enjoy Morrison cast. I would read the other books in the series to more easily keep track of everyone! The large amount of characters can be a bit of a problem to keep track of and there are some aspects of this book that could have been better but overall it is a fun read. The hero and heroines thoughts around cancer and dating while realistic were a bit one note and repetitive. I didn't think there was any good reason for the heroine's adoptive parents to have been described as they were. It added nothing to the plot and didn't seem to have influenced the heroine's character at all. She wasn't in any way a nerd. There are lots of fun surprises here so mostly it is just a pleasurable time in this com munity of family, SEALS, doctors, nerd, pets, and friends.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Idealistic but good. I never would have imagined General Emma being brought to tears. Several times. Must read.