Sunday, August 2, 2015

The Temptation of Dr. Colt by Karen Whiddon


The Coltons of Oklahoma series continues…and for one Colton doctor, the prognosis is deadly…

After a hit-and-run, all the frightened victim can remember is the handsome Dr. Eric Colton, who rescued her. She has no identity and no memory, other than the flash of a gunshot and a man's name. But she knows she's in grave danger.

Eric can't explain his irresistible attraction to the mystery woman who, in hours, transforms him from workaholic surgeon to vigilant bodyguard. He can't let her out of his arms, not when danger stalks her. But why? What lies hidden in her mind? Eric doesn't know what she's forgotten, but he knows people will kill to ensure she never remembers…and it's up to him to stop them.
  • Series: The Coltons of Oklahoma (Book 1860)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (August 4, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373279302
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373279302
My review:  The Temptation of Dr. Colt  by Karen Whiddon (Coltons of Oklahoma)

3 stars

Good romantic suspense. A couple of love scenes. Lots of action, danger& drama. I like the Coltons of Oklahoma.  They are a big ranching family.

Dr. Eric Colton has left the ranch.  He is a trauma surgeon.  He is walking back home after work and he sees a woman hit by a car and take off.  Eric is always at  work .  He takes a personal interest in the woman he saw hurt.

MW can't remember anything.  Surprising she was not hurt except for bruises.  The hospital after keeping her over nigh had to release her.  Eric decides he can't just let her be homeless so brings her home.  He names her MW for mystery woman.  She finds that she likes to cook when she is stressed.

While out shopping with Eric's sister to get some clothes a van pulls up and tries to force her into the vehicle. It could be random but it worries them.

Every time it starts to settle down something else happens.  Makes you want to know what will happen next,

I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of The Temptation of Dr. Colt.

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