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A DATE WITH HER VALENTINE DOC Dr Matt Bishop might inspire some seriously X-rated thoughts, but as he’s my new boss he’s 100% off-limits! And he definitely can’t find out about my being jilted at the altar. I must remain calm, aloof and professional, despite these sparks flying around! But Valentine’s Day is nearly here – what’s the harm in just one kiss... ?


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A DATE WITH HER VALENTINE DOC Dr Matt Bishop might inspire some seriously X-rated thoughts, but as he’s my new boss he’s 100% off-limits! And he definitely can’t find out about my being jilted at the altar. I must remain calm, aloof and professional, despite these sparks flying around! But Valentine’s Day is nearly here – what’s the harm in just one kiss... ?

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Desere

    Bertie Clark, has been left at the altar, and like all brides she is more than a little uncomfortable to tell her colleges that the " honeymoon" she just got back from was her alone with just her thoughts and those retched postcards. So she kind of just smiles and works her way around it all , when she gets back to work. But then Dr Matt Bishop arrives in her life, and the man is over the top tempting, but he's her boss and therefore 100% off limits. She has to under all circumstances keep her D Bertie Clark, has been left at the altar, and like all brides she is more than a little uncomfortable to tell her colleges that the " honeymoon" she just got back from was her alone with just her thoughts and those retched postcards. So she kind of just smiles and works her way around it all , when she gets back to work. But then Dr Matt Bishop arrives in her life, and the man is over the top tempting, but he's her boss and therefore 100% off limits. She has to under all circumstances keep her Dr Bishop induced x-rated fantasies under wraps, and firmly secured in her mind. Then they team up to arrange the hospital's Valentine's Day ball and Bertie realizes she can't ignore the sparks of romance flying around, surely every woman deserves a little bit of romantic fun, right? But how to explain that she's not cheating on her 'husband' now that is a whole other drama! And as you can imagine leads to quite the number of hilarious and rather treacherous situations, which were highly entertaining and had me in stitches on numerous occasions throughout the read. I loved the firey, sensual romance blossoming between Bertie and Matt, even with the whole " tell everyone the truth " thoughts fluttering at the back of my mind the whole time. The character of Bertie was heartbreaking in a way, because I was truly sad for her being just left to pick up the pieces of her life, but on the other hand I was over the moon with excitement because I knew this came down to life directing her to who she should be with, and I got more and more butterflies with each step as the romance with Matt came closer. The character of Matt was as dreamy as they come! A real sweetheart , yet also of course a little reserved , no one simply just falls for someone without having some little form of reservation, and nor can I think of a hero created by this author that has never been dreamy, so of course Dr Yummy hit all the right notes. From this read there were many messages that came to mind as I read along, but the one that stood out for me was honesty. Honestly really is the best policy, lies and deceit only brings heartache, sleepless nights and an array of endless problems. And if you are not the one at fault in the first place there really is no need to try and hide it. Yes it hurts like crazy and of course you are embarrassed but at the end of the day what will hiding the truth really help? It could be fine for a number of years, depending on the secret, but when it comes to light , that's where everyone will lose their respect for you, because the longer you hide it the worse it gets, and the truth will show you in a whole new light and you might be surprised at most people's reactions, as they take it all in stride and not see it as half as bad as you thought it would. Be honest at all times, no matter how much it hurts or how embarrassing it may seem, in the end being honest is what will save you. And the ending to this wonderful read, my oh my could not have been more romantic or perfect, a real Valentine's Day treat! I recommend this read for all fans that love dramatic medical romance reads, it was a wonderful look at how lies and deceit can shatter lives of others and your own if not faced from the start. 4 star review " Roses are red, love is true,Valentine's Day will reveal the real you"

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nas Dean

    A DATE WITH HER VALENTINE DOC by author Melanie Milburne is a February 2015 release by Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance series. Dr Matt Bishop is the new boss on Bertie Clark’s ward. But Bertie couldn’t stop lusting after him. To others she may be married as she hadn’t told anyone yet that her marriage hadn’t taken place. Catching her groom-to-be cheating on her, she’d decided to go on her honeymoon alone. And so far she hadn’t had the courage to let her friends and co-workers know the trut A DATE WITH HER VALENTINE DOC by author Melanie Milburne is a February 2015 release by Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance series. Dr Matt Bishop is the new boss on Bertie Clark’s ward. But Bertie couldn’t stop lusting after him. To others she may be married as she hadn’t told anyone yet that her marriage hadn’t taken place. Catching her groom-to-be cheating on her, she’d decided to go on her honeymoon alone. And so far she hadn’t had the courage to let her friends and co-workers know the truth. What will happen if someone finds out that she was seeing Matt? And why was he so keen to take things further with her? Didn’t he realize that she was married? But then she finds out that he has known all along that she’d been lying to everyone about her marital status. A DATE WITH HER VALENTINE DOC is a sensual and romantic story amid all the medical drama. Author Melanie Milburne brought out angst and scorching chemistry between Bertie and Matt which would keep a reader glued to the pages till the book ends. Highly recommended for all readers.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Hina Tabassum Khatri

    It's a 4.5 To begin with, I never believed that I could ever really like a story told in first person as I believed it to sort of limiting to one person's P.O.V while the other's is equally important. So this is the story of Dr Bertie Clark who has been jilted the night before her wedding when her cheating fiance was caught red-handed. Not fair, right? She did not even get to dump him to sooth a bit of her pride. Her life is utter chaos and she goes to this vacation that is all paid for and which s It's a 4.5 To begin with, I never believed that I could ever really like a story told in first person as I believed it to sort of limiting to one person's P.O.V while the other's is equally important. So this is the story of Dr Bertie Clark who has been jilted the night before her wedding when her cheating fiance was caught red-handed. Not fair, right? She did not even get to dump him to sooth a bit of her pride. Her life is utter chaos and she goes to this vacation that is all paid for and which should have been her honeymoon. A mistake by housekeeping at the hotel she stays at leaves everyone at work believing, when she returns after the vacation, that she is now a happily married woman. To save herself from the pity and being the butt of everyone's joke she goes on pretending that she was indeed a happily married new bride. What she does not take into consideration at the time is the simmering chemistry between her and the new director Dr Matt Bishop. She tries to remain aloof in his presence but he has a knack of seeing right through her. While there are many who are suspicious of these two having an affair (when everyone believes her to be married to another), her insecurities come to forefront and she is still not ready to face the music. Will that be the end for this fairytale? Or is there a happily ever after waiting to happen? I leave that to you to find out as you finish reading this compelling story.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    I did really enjoy this one it is in first person and the heroine Bertie will have you laughing and smiling throughout this very passionate and sensual story Bertie is a little different growing up with hippie parents she is a Doctor and works in ICU in one of the big hospitals in London she is filled with ideas to make lots of good changes but when she catches her fiancé in bed with another woman the day before her wedding her life is changed. Bertie omits to tell anyone at work that she is not I did really enjoy this one it is in first person and the heroine Bertie will have you laughing and smiling throughout this very passionate and sensual story Bertie is a little different growing up with hippie parents she is a Doctor and works in ICU in one of the big hospitals in London she is filled with ideas to make lots of good changes but when she catches her fiancé in bed with another woman the day before her wedding her life is changed. Bertie omits to tell anyone at work that she is not married when she gets back from her "honeymoon" and meets her new boss the gorgeous Dr Matt Bishop and there is an instant attraction between them and Matt has been through a breakup as well so this starts a journey to a HEA filled with lies and a forbidden sensual attraction. Bertie is a fun heroine with issues and Matt is a wonderful hero for Bertie just what the Doctor ordered. I did love this one and I highly recommend it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Figueroa

    Bertie found out that her fiance has been sleeping with a brides maid sister and is back from her "honeymoon" when she meets the hott new Doctor Matt. She's already gone through enough embarrassment that she refuses to tell everyone at the job what happens so allows her coworkers to believe she is married. The longer she keeps on to the lie the harder things get when she and Matt can't help but to at time give into the attraction. I enjoyed this book. Bertie seemed over the top at times I jut wan Bertie found out that her fiance has been sleeping with a brides maid sister and is back from her "honeymoon" when she meets the hott new Doctor Matt. She's already gone through enough embarrassment that she refuses to tell everyone at the job what happens so allows her coworkers to believe she is married. The longer she keeps on to the lie the harder things get when she and Matt can't help but to at time give into the attraction. I enjoyed this book. Bertie seemed over the top at times I jut wanted her to rip the band aid off and tell her coworkers because when you hold on to a lie things end up bigger then what they seem. I was every curious to what Matt would think and how things would turn out. I enjoyed seeing the attraction between the two and the story line was pretty good. Overall I enjoyed this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Melanie Milburne’s Medical fans are in for a scrumptious treat with this story – A DATE WITH HER VALENTINE DOC! Gripping from page one, the unfolding story with its strong characters, moving plot, emotional drama, funny moments and engaging dialogue will make this one of your favorites! Highly Recommended.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dearangely

    This book has another part ( Italian Surgeon to the Stars ) which is talking about the older sister Jem.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carmen

    A sweet whirlwind of a romance.

  9. 5 out of 5

    TashNz

    What a fun, fresh and flirty story! I loved it! Thoroughly capturing and very enjoyable. It felt like I was looking at beautiful and colorful pictures of spring while in the midst of a winters storm. Poor Dr Bertie Clark comes back from her honeymoon, her postcard to all pinned up on the notice board - Bertie feels like it may as well have had a flashing neon arrow light pointing at it screaming LIAR. No one knows her wedding was called off by her cheating fiancee. No one knows she was on her ho What a fun, fresh and flirty story! I loved it! Thoroughly capturing and very enjoyable. It felt like I was looking at beautiful and colorful pictures of spring while in the midst of a winters storm. Poor Dr Bertie Clark comes back from her honeymoon, her postcard to all pinned up on the notice board - Bertie feels like it may as well have had a flashing neon arrow light pointing at it screaming LIAR. No one knows her wedding was called off by her cheating fiancee. No one knows she was on her honeymoon alone and no one knows how Bertie feels keeping up appearances because she's too embarrassed to tell anyone the truth. While she's been away her new boss Dr Matt Bishop has started and from the moment they meet the sparks fly. The interaction between Bertie and Matt is classic! Not classical, but classic in terms of humour. Bertie isn't afraid to speak her mind and when she feels safe under the pretense of being married it gives her the courage to give him the 20 questions about his personal life just as she seems to be getting from him. Written in such a unique way in terms Melanie Milburne's usual style, I actually checked the cover more than once to make sure I was reading a book written by Melanie (I mean that in a good way). I think her humour and fun and flirty style has peeked through in previous Medicals but in this one it shines through and pours in like the sun breaking through and busting out of nasty rain clouds. Written completely in the first person the entire story is told in Berties point of view, which made for delightful reading. Bertie really is as she's described in the book - a Poppy among a field of Oats. Her back story is weaved thru the story like a ribbon thru hair. She's had such a hippy background and although her and her sister have slightly rebeled against it, it's helped her apply her heart to her job and show Matt how her research can help the ICU patients. The setting, the ICU department, made for a nice change, I really liked the few patients that were focused on throughout the story, I really wanted them to pull through. Matt is devine too, the perfect hero for such a likeable heroine. I liken A Date with Her Valentine Doc to a chic lit mixed with medical romance mixed with good ole fashion humour. Boy did I giggle! Matt grew on me very quickly and I loved how all was revealed with him (you'll know what I mean when you read the story) because it was just about at that point I was like hold-up, what is he doing??? I think it's a true talent to still get the right about of romance into such a quirky and fun read. I couldn't believe it when I reached the last page, the story flew by and in those quick hours Bertie certainly left an impression, I've walked away feeling really happy. If your winter needs some brightening up, or you want some more sun in your shine - don't go past A Date with Her Valentine Doc!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    What a read, what a rush. Two things first I don't normally read medical romances, or first person format however this is Melanie's first - first person format and I love Melanie's books because of her story telling. Loved it loved it loved it. Jilted, cheating fiance, postcards that weren't meant to be sent from a honeymoon holiday that she took by herself then Bertie had to go back her job in ICU. Brought up be hippies, though loving parents, she had her share of dramas through life. Even thou What a read, what a rush. Two things first I don't normally read medical romances, or first person format however this is Melanie's first - first person format and I love Melanie's books because of her story telling. Loved it loved it loved it. Jilted, cheating fiance, postcards that weren't meant to be sent from a honeymoon holiday that she took by herself then Bertie had to go back her job in ICU. Brought up be hippies, though loving parents, she had her share of dramas through life. Even though she was a doctor she was very insecure and hated been made fun of, talked about or worse, pitied so her plan was to pretend she got married. Then entered her new boss Mr sexy man in charge Matt who with one look had passion burning. Room charged with sexual tension, then how could she even think of getting involved when she was supposed to be married. Oh, the web of lies we weave to save face. Then the kiss oh-la-la talk about no holding back. lol Which of course only complicates things.... She a woman of heart, quirky dressed, and strange hairstyles but she dealt in death and wanted to make it easier for everyone and setting up private areas in ICU to make it more personal and not so sterile trying to make it stress free as possible. The first few pages really tore at my heart because I lost my father a couple of years ago and just Mel's description of that last breathe brought it all back. My dad wasn't in ICU and went peacefully and we were with him and just talking to him as a family all together did make it that much easier. Then she had me laughing by this gorgeous creature who was so insecure, paranoid, hated been talked about yet so quirky. Dr. Matt Bishop was your more button up straight down the line talker and told you have it was, Bertie preferred to give people hope. 6'4 cool and collected against 5'5 fireball. Yep he pushes her buttons. Loved it from beginning to end which was so......... have to read to find out ..... Thanks Mel for another great read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    This was a quick love story that left you with a good feeling about love again. Poor Bertie had been stood up the night before her wedding when she found her soon to be husband sleeping with another girl. Bertie had run from everything her whole life because she was scared of being laughed at. She had always hid behind her lies but had to be sure and keep them straight. Matt Bishop is Bertie's new boss at the hospital they work at. Matt has also had a run of bad luck with women and has run away This was a quick love story that left you with a good feeling about love again. Poor Bertie had been stood up the night before her wedding when she found her soon to be husband sleeping with another girl. Bertie had run from everything her whole life because she was scared of being laughed at. She had always hid behind her lies but had to be sure and keep them straight. Matt Bishop is Bertie's new boss at the hospital they work at. Matt has also had a run of bad luck with women and has run away from his past as well, just like Bertie. When Matt calls Bertie in to meet with her on her first day back to work, he immediately falls in love but is good to hide his feelings for her. Matt had heard about Bertie being stood up at her wedding from a friend. Matt was waiting on Bertie to tell him about what happened to her, but she lied about the whole situation for awhile because she was afraid of being made fun of. Matt soon acts on his feelings for Bertie and makes her feel more loved than she has ever felt before. The connection between the two of them is unmistakable and everyone can see that they have an chemistry going on that is undeniable. This story has it's ups and downs with the characters and at one point I thought that there was no way that they would get back together. I am so glad that it does have a HEA though for these two and the way they come together at the end is so neat and breathtaking!! Thanks Melanie for a great read and look forward to more from you in the near future!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Clare O'Beara

    I've only read a couple of medical themed books but they certainly seem to go in for authenticity and this adult one even more so. The author is married to a surgeon. She lives in Australia but the tale is set in London - only a few locations are described. Our heroine is a doctor in Intensive Care and returns from what should have been her honeymoon - it's all off, and she went away alone to weep and fume. She's just started work in a new hospital and instead of coming clean on her return, she p I've only read a couple of medical themed books but they certainly seem to go in for authenticity and this adult one even more so. The author is married to a surgeon. She lives in Australia but the tale is set in London - only a few locations are described. Our heroine is a doctor in Intensive Care and returns from what should have been her honeymoon - it's all off, and she went away alone to weep and fume. She's just started work in a new hospital and instead of coming clean on her return, she pretends everything is okay - she's too embarrassed. Her determination to keep up appearances, when telling the truth would have elicited instant support from the other staff, does seem contrived. I would have thought it would be all over social media anyway. But then, it's clear nobody has time to talk. The new doctor who is director of the ICU is a handsome single man. I really can't see one doctor verbally abusing another, especially her boss, no matter how stressed she was. Too much of a cliché; I'd have cut the lines and just made her snappy or glowering. Despite my points the story is a fun read with good development as the characters get to know each other, walk dogs and plan an obligatory St. Valentine's Day fundraiser ball. What really adds depth is our heroine's unconventional upbringing by off-grid parents determined to raise girl away from modern capitalistic influences. She keeps planning stress support by adding soothing aromas and so on. I liked the romance - once the bed hopping starts it gets pretty heated, be warned.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Janie

    "A Date with Her Valentine Doc (A Valentine To Remember)" by Melanie Milburn was offered to me for an honest review. I love Melanie's books and this one didn't disappoint. It is a Medical Romance and if you've never read medical romance books you don't know what you're missing. Meet Dr. Matt Bishop he is the sexy boss of Bertie Clark at St. Ignatius. Bertie is coming back from vacation where she was to be married. She is coming back as a jilted bride because her husband to be was caught in bed w "A Date with Her Valentine Doc (A Valentine To Remember)" by Melanie Milburn was offered to me for an honest review. I love Melanie's books and this one didn't disappoint. It is a Medical Romance and if you've never read medical romance books you don't know what you're missing. Meet Dr. Matt Bishop he is the sexy boss of Bertie Clark at St. Ignatius. Bertie is coming back from vacation where she was to be married. She is coming back as a jilted bride because her husband to be was caught in bed with the bridesmaid sister. Everyone thinks she is a married lady and she is trying to keep up the pretense. Bertie and Matt are thrown together as they are working on the St. Valentines Day Ball which this year is to raise money for the ICU unit. The book continues on the journey of trying to keep Bertie's feelings for Matt purely platonic, and also keeping her co-workers in the dark that she never married. Bertie grew up with hippie parents and was laughed at all her life. Now as an adult she doesn't want to suffer through the laughter of her peers but even the best laid secrets tend to come out.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dottie

    Bertie returns from her honeymoon for one as she found her intended groom with her bridesmaids sister. She gets welcomed back to the hospital ICU where she works and because she doesn't want anyone to know she never married proceeds to live the lie. Matt is a new head of the hospital and they have an immediate attraction to each other ..so how do you fall for a man when you are supposed to be married to another. Its an interesting dilemma and a great read with some drama and a hero you can't hel Bertie returns from her honeymoon for one as she found her intended groom with her bridesmaids sister. She gets welcomed back to the hospital ICU where she works and because she doesn't want anyone to know she never married proceeds to live the lie. Matt is a new head of the hospital and they have an immediate attraction to each other ..so how do you fall for a man when you are supposed to be married to another. Its an interesting dilemma and a great read with some drama and a hero you can't help but love. Written in the first person POV this book is a wonderful read. Ms Milburne writes another wonderful book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Robyn Rychards

    I thoroughly enjoyed this medical romance by Melanie Milburne. She does a terrific job writing in the first person making the characters come alive. I had no problem relating to Bertie and no trouble falling in love with Matt. I thought the set-up was great with Bertie pretending she'd gone on her honeymoon when she'd been jilted at the alter, and was glad it didn't take Matt long to realize her ruse, even though the rest of the staff thought she was married. The cherry on top? Her and Matt get I thoroughly enjoyed this medical romance by Melanie Milburne. She does a terrific job writing in the first person making the characters come alive. I had no problem relating to Bertie and no trouble falling in love with Matt. I thought the set-up was great with Bertie pretending she'd gone on her honeymoon when she'd been jilted at the alter, and was glad it didn't take Matt long to realize her ruse, even though the rest of the staff thought she was married. The cherry on top? Her and Matt get put in charge of the Valentine's Day fundraiser! Another great read from Melanie Milburne!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Isha Coleman

    I received an ARC of this book for an honest review. Normally, I do not read medical romance. I stay away from them because they always seem to drag on and on to me. For that reason I was not sure that I wanted to read A Date with Her Valentine Doc by: Melanie Milburne. Decided to give this book a chance for two reasons: (1) it was a Harlequin romance and (2) I am a fan of Melanie Milburne. Glad that I did. This book turned out to be better than I ever expected it to be. A cute book about two pe I received an ARC of this book for an honest review. Normally, I do not read medical romance. I stay away from them because they always seem to drag on and on to me. For that reason I was not sure that I wanted to read A Date with Her Valentine Doc by: Melanie Milburne. Decided to give this book a chance for two reasons: (1) it was a Harlequin romance and (2) I am a fan of Melanie Milburne. Glad that I did. This book turned out to be better than I ever expected it to be. A cute book about two people finding their way to love. Very well done.

  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

    Betty Revill

  19. 4 out of 5

    Donna

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    Sandra R

  21. 4 out of 5

    Meily

  22. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Dudl

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christina Tan

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sue Austen

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Steel

  26. 4 out of 5

    Beatrice MacNeil

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tia

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amary Chapman

  29. 4 out of 5

    claire bullock

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Mizanin

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