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Emma Lea

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Nadine Court was a hot mess.

After crashing and burning in spectacular fashion during her debut tour with her band Court’n Jacks, Nadine had gone to rehab to get her…ahem…stuff in order. Now she was ready to try again and hopefully, this time, they might actually finish the tour without her ending up in hospital and on the front page of every country music website in the world. Which was why it was a very, very, very bad idea to get involved with her therapist… former therapist.

Gabe Rousso had thought he had contained his attraction to the feisty violinist. That was until that last session when an innocent kiss on the cheek had turned into something a whole lot hotter. He wasn’t technically her therapist anymore, which was why he’d accepted her invitation to see her perform for the first time since her breakdown. He shouldn’t have gone… but he did and of course that had led to more compromising of his closely guarded ethics. She was a weakness he couldn’t afford and a temptation he couldn’t resist.

This is a standalone romance - no cliff-hanger!

*This is a ‘Too Hot to Handle’ romance on the Emma Lea rating scale - These are definitely 18+ reads and contain graphic sex scenes and high level swearing – not for the faint of heart.

Contemporary Romance General Romance Romantic Suspense
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by rainbowtourist

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I voluntarily read an arc of this book. VI's Booksprout for a fair and honest review. Nadine had been flirting with her therapist Gabe for the last six weeks. Gave, being the consummate professional that he was, ignored her flirtations and did his best to keep professional. His will to do this was wearing thin. The book begins with their last session. Gabe suggested that Nadine keep up with therapy but not with him. For selfish reasons he had to distance himself from Nadine. She was too much of a temptation. Gabe had although, and not regretfully, promised Nadine that he would come to the venue she and her band would be performing at that night. On paper, Gabe was sooo not Nadine's type. But in person, he knocked he socks off. But Gabe has a stalker, an ex named Jeanie an ex patient, who thought she was more than that. When Gabe is asked to tag along on Nadine's tour, in case she needs him, I have to wonder it this again becomes a doctor/patient problem. Other band members will be told that Gabe is Nadine's pretend boyfriend. Nadine wasn't ready to tell her family/band mates the truth about Gabe. Gabe, however, was all in with his feelings, he loved her hard. I love books that feature a crazy ex. Easy least giving this book 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️