<h1>As soon as I saw him, I knew there was just one word to describe him: BIG...</h1>
Dr. Vanessa Gilmore is new in town. She specializes in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. And her first patient, Commander Ashton Hughes, needs a lot more than just her professional help.
<h2>WARNING: This book contains dark and disturbing themes, strong language and over the top sexiness that may be uncomfortable for some readers! </h2>
“Steady on, you'll give Joe a heart attack,” Ashton said. “He's not used to having beautiful women in here.”
“I don't suppose he is,” Vanessa said. “It's a motorcycle shop on a naval base.”
Ashton slowly put his hands on his head, making sure she’d notice his flexed muscles. “So you like big machines?” He wondered if she would pick up on the innuendo.
“I love 'em.” She looked him straight in the eye. “The bigger the better.”
“Then you'll love mine.”
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
So where do I begin? I'm gonna be honest. I liked the opening and the wording but after that, it was painful. By painful, I meant a struggle to continue. Wayyy too fast for protag and Vanessa to get nasty and their first interactions were cheesy af. Sorry, nice try.
Wow, where to begin? It was a great idea to try to address PTSD. A lot of flaws though. First a doctor sleeping with a patient? Second, the VA doesn't treat active duty military. Third, the sex was not exciting, but more rushed. Yeah on second thought just don't bother. Sorry author, it was not good, but had a good idea behind it.
It was short and undeveloped. She rushed the short. There was a lot of ways she could have explored the characters more. I feel it fell short.