Remmie Grin is a self-sufficient dentist who has her life right where she wants it.
That is, until handsome, flirty Dr. Victor Barrett moves in next door. He constantly bugs her about selling her practice to him—but she’s not budging.
How can she convince him to leave her alone when all she really wants him to do is kiss her again?
Toni V. Sweeney
A delightful book, even better than the others I've reviewed. In fact, I'd say this is Ruth's best so far! There...is that committing myself enough? The dialogue between Victor and Remmie, from the first quip about her name to the last line is sharp and fast and full of wit. The scenes with Remmie's cats and felinophobe Victor are amusing, and the whole story moves at a pace which makes you want to keep reading without taking a breath between words
Tori L. Ridgewood
My favourite scene was the impromptu date at the movies -- the hero's erstwhile attempts to gain the heroine's favour, and her feisty resistance, are nothing less than perfect. The back-and-forth banter reminds me of the courtship of Gilbert Blythe and Anne of Green Gables. Hartman has a direct line into my youthful daydreams about being an independent woman and falling in love
In Grin and Barrett, when two dentists are after the same location sparks fly.This was a fun read filled with good old fashioned romance.
Paranmormal Reader "Renee"
Great Book, I loved it! If you like your loves stories with a lot of sass and humor. GET THIS BOOK!