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Reviewed by Martina Svyantek for Readers' Favorite
Lisa Eugene’s “Strictly Business” gets right to it in the first scene; starting from the packed ER where Dr. Nina meets Wade. Our two main characters move into a private examination room where they play an adult game of love! Eugene’s hot and steamy description of the scene would make anyone more willing to go to the doctor’s office for a check-up! Of course, no romance is complete without its trials and tribulations – both Nina and Wade have a job to do, and they won’t let the other stand in the way of getting to the bottom of the deadly mystery in “Strictly Business.”
I have really enjoyed the character of Nina; Eugene writes her as a fully capable human being instead of a 2-dimensional foil to the lead male character Wade. Nina is a strong-willed woman who does not let her libido make her decisions for her. She also refuses to stand idly by while others put themselves in danger investigating corruption and murder. I found this to be a great story with a romantic twist thrown in the mix, instead of a romance with just a hint of plot line. This was a very well-written piece that I would recommend to any fan of contemporary romances where the woman has more going on for her than a heaving bosom! I would highly recommend this story to any of my friends, especially those with more experience in the medical fields – it is a contemporary story set in a place that is easy to recognize, as opposed to a pirate ship, castle, or other faraway lands.