Review // Dr. Stanton by T.L Swan

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Review // Dr. Stanton by T.L SwanDr Stanton by T.L. Swan
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If happiness is a gift. Then Cameron Stanton is my Santa Claus.

I can’t tell you the exact moment I fell in love with him. Only that I did. With every glance, every touch, every minute…. he stole a little more of me.

They say that all men are created equal. Well that’s a blatant lie!

I know because I met Gods gift to women in Vegas, I pretended he was my husband to get rid of another man.

He took our fake marriage seriously and it became his personal goal to consummate. He spoke to me in French and I lied to him in German.

His laughter was addictive.

But I thought what happens in Vegas would stay in Vegas.

Until it didn't. Dr. Stanton turned up where I least expected and my lies came back to haunt me.

The attraction is palpable. The secrets unchangeable. I need him more than air.

This is a stand alone, contemporary romance.

My first read by this author, but I am without a shadow of a doubt a fan for life.

Dr Stanton took me on this whirl wind journey featuring tears of anger, tears of laughter, sighs from swooning and sighs from frustration. The emotions coursing through me kept me turning the pages at my desk, work be dammed as I just needed to read that next sentence, that next page, that next bloody chapter. I was addicted.

I’ll be the first to admit that I am a fussy cow when it comes to reading after being let down so many times so I can count on my hands how many 5 star reads I have read this year, and I am stoked to be able to add this one to my collection.

Cameron Stanton was in a complete different league of his own when it comes to book boyfriends, he was this rich asshole who made me fall for him hook line and sinker even when at one point I wanted to junk punch him so hard – like I was sat waiting to pick up my grocery order from the supermarket angry crying whilst reading a certain part. Like what a douche bag, but then he just goes and makes me love him again and it was like I was experience the most intense kamikaze of roller-coasters and there was no way I was getting off early.

Ashley Tucker was awesome, I am not gonna lie, there was a point in the book where I just wanted to reach in and shake her and be like “just do it already you dumb bint” I still loved her honor, her pride and her amazing personality. The way she stood up for what she wanted and knew when to accept help was inspiring for all females to read. Heroines in stories are one of the main reasons I don’t tend to read a lot of M/F but Bloss is one of my faves I have read in the last 2 and half years of reading indie.

The story flowed well, and I loved all the detail and chemistry between the characters. Bloss and Cam have this intense relationship that you can feel coming off the pages and a few times I had to put my kindle down because it was getting steamy up in there and being at work reading those scenes are not a good idea.

I am not gonna go in to detail about the story as I don’t see the point of doing that in a review, read the blurb and then the story. Believe me, you’ll thank me for it.


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