Maureen Smith has written a very appealing third entrant in the Hopewell General miniseries. I must add that all of the books that I have read in this miniseries have been presented very well with a strong plot thread and well-written characters. This book is no exception to the group. Tamara St. John and Victor Aguilar are two of the most promising interns in Hopewell’s program. They are very competitive and feed off each other to be the best.
I really liked how the two leads were transformed from just colleagues to romantic partners. For equal measures, they had to deal with family issues and acceptance. They also had to prove that they could handle a romantic relationship as well as a working one. Ms Smith did an excellent job blending friendships, romance, and external influences in a very entertaining read.
I give this book a very good recommendation and hope to read more of her books in the future.