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SUPER SHORT M/M EROTICA. Roger both loathed and loved Dr. Matt Ryan. Ever since he could remember, his parents have said: “Why can’t you be more like Matt?” It is only when he discovers that Dr. Perfect wants to do perfectly lusty things to him that he realizes being in hate and in love isn’t such a bad thing after all. One evening, Dr. Perfect asks Roger to go for a ride SUPER SHORT M/M EROTICA. Roger both loathed and loved Dr. Matt Ryan. Ever since he could remember, his parents have said: “Why can’t you be more like Matt?” It is only when he discovers that Dr. Perfect wants to do perfectly lusty things to him that he realizes being in hate and in love isn’t such a bad thing after all. One evening, Dr. Perfect asks Roger to go for a ride that ultimately changes Roger’s life forever… Excerpt: Roger both hated and loved Dr. Matt Ryan of Anne’s Mercy Hospital. For one, they had grown up together and had been next-door neighbors, but Matt had always been an over achiever: top of every class, student council president, volunteer group leader. They had also gone to the same high school, and Roger hadn’t spent a day without hearing the words, “Matt Ryan.” Roger, though, was his family’s underachiever and was the only child of two parents that had more than enough to say about their neighbor’s son: “Why don’t you act more like the Ryan’s boy? He got Valedictorian!” “Why don’t you go to medical school like that boy, Matt?” “Why can’t you be more social, more like that Matt?…” The only halfway decent thing that Roger had ever done, which was still not good enough in his parent’s eyes, was to go to nursing school. Now, years later, he had thought that he was over and done with that Matt Ryan stuff. That was up until a week ago when a fellow nurse had responded to a question that he had asked about the new doctor that was supposed to be arriving: “The new doctor? I think that his name is Matt Ryan or something…” And so Matt Ryan came to plague Roger’s life again, sixty miles away from home with all of the hospitals in-between. Yet Roger, with all of his envy and pain, was just like everybody else: he was completely head over heels in love with Dr. Matt Ryan, despite the fact that he was a guy. His deep felt love was one of the reasons why he left in the first place, besides his parents. What was the point of having a love/hate relationship with a man that everybody adored? Matt was probably going to end up with a model-esque creature that also had a graduate degree—basically, another “perfect person,” just like Matt. That was why, as Roger leaned downward as he smiled at an eight-year-old girl that was leaving after having gotten stitches, he was shocked when Matt remained longer than necessary, prolonging their closeness. They had talked a few times—many, in fact—but there was always a hidden edge to every personal conversation. Roger thought that this was probably due to the fact that Matt was more than aware of how much better he was, despite how he never said it. That was another reason why Matt was so perfect. He was humble to the point of it being damnable. “So…” Matt said, fumbling around with his notes. Once again, the conversation took that awkward, edgy turn that it always did. Roger silently looked down at his navy blue scrubs, suddenly feeling unnaturally short. “You’re off in fifteen minutes, aren’t you?” “Yes,” Roger said stiffly, shuffling his white shoes that nurses were required to wear. Inside the examination room, which was basically a tile area with a counter, a cot, and drawers, he felt entirely too conspicuous. “The same time as you, right?” “Yeah,” Matt retorted. “Want to go to dinner with me? It’s Friday, and I would like some company. I have big news and nobody to share it with.” Dr.


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SUPER SHORT M/M EROTICA. Roger both loathed and loved Dr. Matt Ryan. Ever since he could remember, his parents have said: “Why can’t you be more like Matt?” It is only when he discovers that Dr. Perfect wants to do perfectly lusty things to him that he realizes being in hate and in love isn’t such a bad thing after all. One evening, Dr. Perfect asks Roger to go for a ride SUPER SHORT M/M EROTICA. Roger both loathed and loved Dr. Matt Ryan. Ever since he could remember, his parents have said: “Why can’t you be more like Matt?” It is only when he discovers that Dr. Perfect wants to do perfectly lusty things to him that he realizes being in hate and in love isn’t such a bad thing after all. One evening, Dr. Perfect asks Roger to go for a ride that ultimately changes Roger’s life forever… Excerpt: Roger both hated and loved Dr. Matt Ryan of Anne’s Mercy Hospital. For one, they had grown up together and had been next-door neighbors, but Matt had always been an over achiever: top of every class, student council president, volunteer group leader. They had also gone to the same high school, and Roger hadn’t spent a day without hearing the words, “Matt Ryan.” Roger, though, was his family’s underachiever and was the only child of two parents that had more than enough to say about their neighbor’s son: “Why don’t you act more like the Ryan’s boy? He got Valedictorian!” “Why don’t you go to medical school like that boy, Matt?” “Why can’t you be more social, more like that Matt?…” The only halfway decent thing that Roger had ever done, which was still not good enough in his parent’s eyes, was to go to nursing school. Now, years later, he had thought that he was over and done with that Matt Ryan stuff. That was up until a week ago when a fellow nurse had responded to a question that he had asked about the new doctor that was supposed to be arriving: “The new doctor? I think that his name is Matt Ryan or something…” And so Matt Ryan came to plague Roger’s life again, sixty miles away from home with all of the hospitals in-between. Yet Roger, with all of his envy and pain, was just like everybody else: he was completely head over heels in love with Dr. Matt Ryan, despite the fact that he was a guy. His deep felt love was one of the reasons why he left in the first place, besides his parents. What was the point of having a love/hate relationship with a man that everybody adored? Matt was probably going to end up with a model-esque creature that also had a graduate degree—basically, another “perfect person,” just like Matt. That was why, as Roger leaned downward as he smiled at an eight-year-old girl that was leaving after having gotten stitches, he was shocked when Matt remained longer than necessary, prolonging their closeness. They had talked a few times—many, in fact—but there was always a hidden edge to every personal conversation. Roger thought that this was probably due to the fact that Matt was more than aware of how much better he was, despite how he never said it. That was another reason why Matt was so perfect. He was humble to the point of it being damnable. “So…” Matt said, fumbling around with his notes. Once again, the conversation took that awkward, edgy turn that it always did. Roger silently looked down at his navy blue scrubs, suddenly feeling unnaturally short. “You’re off in fifteen minutes, aren’t you?” “Yes,” Roger said stiffly, shuffling his white shoes that nurses were required to wear. Inside the examination room, which was basically a tile area with a counter, a cot, and drawers, he felt entirely too conspicuous. “The same time as you, right?” “Yeah,” Matt retorted. “Want to go to dinner with me? It’s Friday, and I would like some company. I have big news and nobody to share it with.” Dr.

30 review for Dr. Perfect

  1. 5 out of 5

    Arthur

    It's basically a childhood-friends-turn-lovers story. It's a short story, so we wouldn't see much character development here. I bought this book thinking it's gonna be full smut book (I only need one book to get a free book from allromance, LOL... so I bought this for 99 cents). I was wrong! In fact, the sex scene is only a small part of the story, and it's not straight forward since there's some issues that need to be cleared up between the two characters. Don't get me wrong. This book is not g It's basically a childhood-friends-turn-lovers story. It's a short story, so we wouldn't see much character development here. I bought this book thinking it's gonna be full smut book (I only need one book to get a free book from allromance, LOL... so I bought this for 99 cents). I was wrong! In fact, the sex scene is only a small part of the story, and it's not straight forward since there's some issues that need to be cleared up between the two characters. Don't get me wrong. This book is not going to get any award soon. Still, it's really entertaining.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kaseka

    A cute premise! Growing up, Roger's parents constantly compared him to "perfect" neighbor Matt Ryan. Now, working as a nurse sixty miles away, Roger is finally free of comparison--until Dr. Matt Ryan begins working at the same hospital, as maddeningly, gorgeously perfect as ever. While the premise was way adorable, I think the story itself fell short. The dialogue didn't ring true; cliched words and phrases distanced me from the characters' thoughts and emotions instead of reeling me closer (and A cute premise! Growing up, Roger's parents constantly compared him to "perfect" neighbor Matt Ryan. Now, working as a nurse sixty miles away, Roger is finally free of comparison--until Dr. Matt Ryan begins working at the same hospital, as maddeningly, gorgeously perfect as ever. While the premise was way adorable, I think the story itself fell short. The dialogue didn't ring true; cliched words and phrases distanced me from the characters' thoughts and emotions instead of reeling me closer (and there were enough of these in such a short work that it was hard to stay in the story); and the writing felt clunky (modifiers didn't relate well, words were redundant and/or unnecessary, terms were out of place, etc.). Despite my issues with the writing, I did like the premise, and the story is such a short read that I didn't lose much time finishing it. On the whole, it was okay.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Dr Perfect was a good idea gone bad. Worse still, there was no tension, no character development and no resolution. Overall, it is an annoying book, but thankfully it is also a short one.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mofy

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    fandomprincess

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Andi Anderson

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ulises San Román

  30. 5 out of 5

    Diane Dolsen

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