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Summary Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Radclyffe Rofessional distance until she delivers their babies and can walk away They're happy she's satisfied and no one gets hurt The perfect relationshipPregnant mother to be Annie Colfax is alone and barely making ends meet she. Radclyffe writes medical romances are a niche within a niche and the greatest writer of them is Radclyffe Just superb class Thank you

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review Crossroads ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Dr Hollis Monroe specializes in short terms relationships typically eight months or less As an obstetrician dealing with high risk pregnancies she spends all her time and energy in caring for women at a nice comfortable professional distance until she delivers their babies and can walk aw Didn't plan on starting a family by herself but she's determined to succeed All she had to do is surviveNeither woman wants a relationship but fate brings them together at a crossroads that will change their lives foreve. I loved the characters especially Monroe however I felt like the love story was a little boring and it moved very very slow Everytime Monroe answered her off duty call I wanted some actions something exciting to happen but it never did And then they were saying I love you's at the end of the book without even a proper relationshio at first

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CrossroadsDr Hollis Monroe specializes in short terms relationships typically eight months or less As an obstetrician dealing with high risk pregnancies she spends all her time and energy in caring for women at a nice comfortable p. This is odder than I expected First I applaud Radclyffe for exploring a non MD part of childbirth mid wives But the first 20% of the book annoyed me I felt like I was expected to respect the World View of anti vaccine folks as just another alternative yet valid form of modern medical care Extreme pain in ER Sureskip modern medicines and just endure it NOT I felt like Radclyffe was experimenting with mind altering drugswhat if the world is really whatever I want to imagine it to be It was like when you see women that are nine months pregnant playing aggressive tennis because hey what could go wrong It just felt like watching a train wreck unfoldFurther along the story softened the Let's all live as hippies on a commune approach and I began to like Annie and to appreciate Hollis' developing respect for midwives But then Annie began to annoy me REALLY annoy me with her insipidness Hollis kept admiring a strength I just never saw The level of but I made a bad choice in the past and now I can never ever trust my feelings was just painful to listen to Hollis btw had her own issues with the past of course butoh my did I want to meet herThe last part of the book was just unbelievable It was like Hollis earning a toaster and Annie not just renting a U Haul but buying a fleet of them I mean reallythey both walk away from each other rather than exploring what might develop and then after a month not even speaking to each other declare mutual love pledging a devotion that will last a lifetime and decide to become a family with Annie's daughter and move in together Huh I'm not sure they even had a real first date to ualify this as the lesbian 2nd date U Haul event Normally Radclyffe provides enough spicy sex that I bump up the rating at least 12 pointbut not so much here Seeing characters from other books was nice but it made me realize how little I cared to see Hollis and Annie themselves in future booksThe book started as a 2moved close to a 4and then collapsed to the point that I just looked forward to it ending and wishing I hadn't spent another 10 on a book that pissed me off GR friends have rated this in a wide range 2 5 I suspect there was lots of alcohol involved in the 5 ratings so I'll overlook those For me I'm enjoying wine while writing this review than I did the book I'm thinking 25 and in keeping with Lexxi Kitty's recent multiple confidence point ratings I'll make it a 2503506 rating which rounds up I guess to 3This is the first review I've tagged as spoilers because I just had to rant a bit than I normally do and needed to include a few plot details I feel badly though because that probably means that anyone thinking of reading the book won't read my comments