|Out Now from The Wild Rose Press
Was the doctor prescribing sex?
Lacey Valentine reclined on the leather couch in the
swanky office of Dr. Sullivan and stared at the certificates
hanging in expensive looking frames on the paneled walls.
She could swear they were shouting loser at her.
She shifted and focused in on the woman billing her
two-hundred dollars an hour to mend her broken ego and
“Lacey, it’s time you had sex with a man.” The Doc
said the words with a straight face and an arched brow,
before sliding her glasses back on her nose.
Lacey sat up. “Do what?” Had she heard right? Was
the doctor prescribing sex? Was that legal?
“You need to get back out there and have sex with a
man.” She held up her hand when Lacey started to
interrupt. “It will help you move on. To get past this
episode in your life.”
Lacey couldn’t believe it. Who was this woman who
had invaded the Doc’s body? “Do you have a man on
retainer that comes in when you prescribe sex as a cure?” Lacey
glanced at the door. Was a well-hung, great-looking man,
standing on the other side just waiting for the signal to come on in and meet an easy lay?
DIBS has also been nominated byThe Romance Studio for best contemporary romance in 2008 and WRDF for best romance of 2008.
TOP READ--I couldn’t bear to put the book down and ended up staying up late to find the answers. The story fizzes with energy right from the beginning. Throw in the author’s talent for sparky dialogue and this is an engaging, fantastic read. If you want quirky, lighthearted reading with an undercurrent of poignant seriousness then I recommend it without reservation. Vasiliki Scurfield, WRDF Review.
5 Stars--There was definitely something for everyone in this work of art...I absolutely loved this book and read through the night to finish it. I love her writing style and recommend this book to everyone. And, since there were triplets, might we expect a sequel? Brenda Talley, The Romance Studio