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Review: Doctor Mistake by J. Saman

He’s my best friend’s older brother. My boss. And now my new roommate…

In the hospital, death always comes in threes. Apparently, so do mistakes.
Mistake number one? My fiancé, who I just learned is cheating on me. So much for being the strong, in control doctor who’s always on top of her game…

Mistake number two? Knocking on the wrong door.
The door I thought still belonged to my best friend now belongs to his older brother, my obnoxious, overly cocky, gorgeous-as-sin attending physician, Carter Fritz.

The billionaire playboy gives me a place to stay, and a shoulder to cry on. But when he makes me feel seen for the first time in I don’t even know how long, I tell myself I don’t regret what was easily the hottest, most earth-shattering night of my life.

That is until mistake number three comes along… and I’m staring down at a stick with two pink lines.
Having a baby at this stage of my residency could cost me everything I’ve worked so hard to build.

But Carter? He’s undeterred. He doesn’t just want more; he wants it ALL.
Including me.

But what happens if following my heart turns out to be my biggest mistake of all?


I loved Grace in Oliver and Amelia’s story so I was looking forward to hers and absolutely loved it. Grace is career-focused as a third year resident because she has to be and while she’s harbored an attraction to her BFF’s hot brother, it’s always been a crush because she loves her fiancé. Besides, Carter is her attending and that would be so complicated but it doesn’t matter because her heart belongs to Tony. Until it doesn’t.

Carter comes through in a pinch when Grace seeks out Oliver, so distraught that she forgot he moved. As if the cheating fiancé isn’t bad enough, now she lives with her hot boss and lines are being crossed. She’s handling all the stress like a champ but the conniving colleague hell-bent on destroying her career and the stress of her demanding job on her epilepsy make life difficult for Grace. Carter’s there to take care of her but how long will that last?

I love the way Grace didn’t wallow and felt relief that she learned the truth in time to dump the zero before they were hitched. She’s fearless and goes after what she wants even when she’s relatively sure it’s going to end in heartbreak. Carter is a typical growly alpha and while I liked him a lot, he’s no Oliver. Don’t get me wrong, he’s hot with a filthy mouth and bossy at all the right times but Oliver is still my favorite. Grace and Carter are great together, even as they face the humiliation of an unplanned pregnancy as OB-GYNs. One of the things I love about this series is that the author either knows the medical world or does her research because she gets it right and doesn’t take creative liberties with these characters or situations. Their story is sexy, sweet and definitely worth reading.

I received an ARC from Grey’s Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

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