*I received a free copy of One Moment Please from Selfpublished via ARC Publisher. This has in no way influenced my voluntary review, which is honest and unbiased *
Warning: This book includes mature content such as: sexual content, and/or drug and/or alcohol use, and/or violence.
Series: Wait With Me #3
Published by Selfpublished on 9 April 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Source: ARC Publisher
Lynsey has been struggling to finish her thesis, and the only place where she felt free to write it was the hospital cafeteria. She noticed a hot, very grumpy doctor more than once. But other than staring at her with his angry eyes, there was no interaction between them.
Until the day Lynsey finished her thesis, and he sat down at her table. Accusing her of being in the hospital to get attention from a good looking doctor, he got on her very last nerve. So Lynsey somehow shared a bit of her pie with him - only not the way you'd think.
One Moment Please is a humorous, hot, sweet romantic comedy, with so many charcuterie boards, and quite a bit of fun, with some darker moments.
I absolutely adored One Moment Please! Lynsey was exactly my kind of heroine, she was driven, self-sufficient, resilient, smart, funny, and a charcuterie-board expert! Of course, she wasn’t perfect, but she just spoke to me on a very deep level. Her friends also totally agree with me 🙂
Josh – or Dr. Dick as Lynsey got to calling him – was an enigma at first. He was grumpy, and borderline assholey. But there was still something about him that not only drew the eye (hello good looking!), there was more than that.
One Moment Please was such a humorous story – even when it dealt with darker themes. Of course, a surprise pregnancy is something none of us want to happen for real, but it was awesome the way it happened here.
The characters made sense to me – with their strengths and their weaknesses. Especially because they were good at having their friends’ back! One Moment Please is the perfect romance to read while you have to stay home. It will make you laugh. It might make you cry (a little). And it will make you feel fulfilled in many ways.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- 2020 COYER all year long
- 2020 New Release Challenge