Book Description

 Her heart was guarded…

Tormented by self-imposed guilt, Dr Lena O’Donnell has spent the last nine years in survival mode. Struggling through days that seem to blend together and battling her way through each horrifying night, she’s determined that this is what she deserves…

Until he tore down the walls…

Mason Langley’s life is going exactly the way he planned it, until her. A confirmed bachelor and the successful owner of the hottest restaurant to hit Chicago, he never expected to be blindsided by an angry woman in a pair of scrubs. No matter how hard he tries, he can’t seem to shake the doctor, and he finds himself liking the way she makes him feel.

Almost over night Lena finds her world turned upside down by Mason and the sexual desire they discover together. Slowly, she lowers her guard and invites him inside but when tragedy strikes she begins to believe that sometimes it’s better to be alone and safe than to love and lose…


The bad news first: There were some serious editing, spelling and grammar errors. I do not usually stress out about these issues, but there were a few times in this book where I was left wondering at the meaning of a sentence. The issues were consistent throughout. Too and to were switched in meaning through the entire book, and we had the usual your and you're issues that so many writers seem to have. These were just the two errors that I can think of off the top of my head, and there were a fair few more.

The very good news: This book was excellent!!! It was so worth muddling through the errors to witness the story within. The point of view was freshly unique, and the story flowed beautifully. There were some truly original, and sweet scenes that rate up there as some of my favorite ever. Ella Frank has been gifted with a subtle style, and I don't think I have ever read better love scenes EVER!!! They were the perfect blend of scorching hot yet tasteful, and I wanted to be Lena so many times ;)

With a good editor that stuck to just working on technical issues and stayed away from the story itself this book could be rated with any mainstream novels out there today.

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