Review: The Doctor and the Bad Boy (Ellery Mountain #4) by RJ Scott

July 18, 2013 Review 0

Review: The Doctor and the Bad Boy (Ellery Mountain #4) by RJ Scott

No one has every understood Mitchell Askett. The bad boy. The alcoholic. The loser. Buying into the Ellery Mountain resort and placing down roots in the community for himself, his sister and his niece puts him on the radar of the Fridays and Dr. Liam Wolfe.

He realises he has friends in his new home that don’t judge him for what happened before and finally begins to escape his past. When he falls hard and fast for the Doctor he even sees a future for him in Ellery.

When his new happiness is threatened by family and by disaster he begins to lose faith, until Liam shows him it’s okay to ask for help.

Title: The Doctor and the Bad Boy
Author: R.J. Scott
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Paramedic and the Writer, The Case of the Dragon's Dilemma, The Barman and the Seal, The Case of the Sinful Santa
Series: Ellery Mountain
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The Paramedic and the Writer, The Barman and the Seal, The Agent and the Model
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: July 19, 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 86
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-half-flames

The Doctor and the Bad Boy was a fantastic addition to the Ellery Mountain series. Tranquility and peace are two words that came to mind as I read the book. Finally, Dr. Liam is rewarded for all his good work with a man of his own, Mitchell.  Mitchell returned to Ellery Mountain with his niece in tow as part owner of Ellery Resorts. But, Mitchell had a past, a past of alcoholism which he dealt with every day, a tarnished reputation that with the assistance of Liam, all good things are brought out.

Liam and Mitchell met for the first time as his niece was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery for appendicitis. Sparks flew and curiosity abound as instant attraction was apparent.

R.J. Scott gave life to each of the Ellery Mountain books as each dealt with realistic issues that are attainably able to be solved. The Doctor and the Bad Boy delivered tenderheartedness and familial love that spoke of how the world should really be. Friends came together to help a stranger simply because it was the right thing to do. Mitchell became a part of Liam’s life and by default he became a part of the lives of the Friday night crew.

Ms. Scott has a way of making the reader feel as if you too could be a part of the bond that cultivated between the group of men.  The Doctor and the Bad Boy showed that life can come full circle and when one is willing to take the next step, good things await. Blood only shows a DNA connection between people, but true family are the people who stick by you as they get to know you and more importantly when they know you; they are still there, even with your  misgivings. R.J. Scott wrote a beautiful contemporary romance that never sugar coated the pitfalls of life, but delivered a well- crafted story of acceptance and love.A Tucker Springs Novel

               

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