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Heart of the Texas Doctor (Heart of Texas Book 1) by Eve Gaddy [arc review]

Sunnies..... this was ADORABLE!
I wanted a fast, sweet and light read last night and that is exactly what I got. Heart of  the Texas Doctor was all I was looking for and more. I smiled the whole way and went to bed happy. What else can one ask out of a romance novel?

Heart of the Texas Doctor, Eve Gaddy
The blurb:
Opposites attract...

Graham McBride is a cardiothoracic surgeon and the eldest of the McBride siblings. Dedicated, hardworking, traditional, and oh, yeah, hot. But Graham married young and divorced, and is now convinced no woman will tolerate his dedication to his career. When he meets Bella Benson at a party he’s immediately attracted to her, probably because she’s totally different from any woman he’s ever dated.

...but can they stay together?

Bella owns one of the local hair salons. She’s young, hardworking, successful and unconventional. And to Graham there’s no denying that, from the tips of her rainbow-colored hair to the soles of her fancy turquoise cowboy boots, Bella Benson is smokin'.

Bella is no more interested in getting serious than Graham. After all, other than a sizzling physical attraction, they don’t have a lot in common. But oh, that sizzle! Irresistible right? So they jump into the fire, both confident they can keep their emotions in check. Love and passion rarely stick with a plan, and while Graham has expertise in repairing hearts, he is disastrously clueless figuring out his own. Can he prove to Bella that he’s worth the risk?
 


 4.5 Stars


This book is rather short, I read it in 4 hours. They were blissful 4 hours though, I cannot wait for the next books in the series already!

Bella is young, hardworking, and very down to earth. From her -and I want some now- turquoise boots to her rainbow colored hair, there is nothing not to love and Graham is hooked from the moment he first sees her. She is very understanding and has a huge heart as well. The more I got to know her the more I wanted her as a friend. We romance readers usually want the male characters to be real, but this time I actually I want Bella :) She was awesome!
Graham was a fantastic character too, very hard working, good hearted... but towards the end he made some wrong choices. Luckily he redeemed himself.
The chemistry between the two was on point. Their relationship grew beautifully and they completed each other and challenged each other in all the ways that matter. 

Now let's not forget all the secondary characters. ALL were fabulous. I am really hoping the next books are on Graham's siblings, I loved each of their personalities and attitude towards life and towards each other. This is going to be a great series, I can tell already! 

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