Dr. Perfect by Penelope Rivers
Roger both loathed and loved Dr. Matt Ryan. Ever since he could remember, his parents have said: "Why can't you be more like Matt?" It is only when he discovers that Dr. Perfect wants to do perfectly lusty things to him that he realizes being in hate and in love isn't such a bad thing after all. One evening, Dr. Perfect asks Roger to go for a ride that ultimately changes Roger's life forever...
Roger both hated and loved Dr. Matt Ryan of Anne's Mercy Hospital. For one, they had grown up together and had been next-door neighbors, but Matt had always been an over achiever: top of every class, student council president, volunteer group leader. They had also gone to the same high school, and Roger hadn't spent a day without hearing the words, "Matt Ryan."
Roger, though, was his family's underachiever and was the only child of two parents that had more than enough to say about their neighbor's son: "Why don't you act more like the Ryan's boy? He got Valedictorian!" "Why don't you go to medical school like that boy, Matt?" "Why can't you be more social, more like that Matt?..." The only halfway decent thing that Roger had ever done, which was still not good enough in his parent's eyes, was to go to nursing school.