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It started at a wedding… Since her recent lifesaving—and life-changing—operation, Charlotte Johnson has steered clear of romance…but brooding Jackson Hilstead is too delicious to resist! Surely some harmless flirting with the sexy army doc can't hurt? Charlotte knows Jackson has his own emotional battles to fight, but she believes they can be stronger together. So when she It started at a wedding… Since her recent lifesaving—and life-changing—operation, Charlotte Johnson has steered clear of romance…but brooding Jackson Hilstead is too delicious to resist! Surely some harmless flirting with the sexy army doc can't hurt? Charlotte knows Jackson has his own emotional battles to fight, but she believes they can be stronger together. So when she accepts his invitation to a family wedding, Charlotte hopes it's a sign that one day she'll be walking down the aisle…with Jackson by her side!


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It started at a wedding… Since her recent lifesaving—and life-changing—operation, Charlotte Johnson has steered clear of romance…but brooding Jackson Hilstead is too delicious to resist! Surely some harmless flirting with the sexy army doc can't hurt? Charlotte knows Jackson has his own emotional battles to fight, but she believes they can be stronger together. So when she It started at a wedding… Since her recent lifesaving—and life-changing—operation, Charlotte Johnson has steered clear of romance…but brooding Jackson Hilstead is too delicious to resist! Surely some harmless flirting with the sexy army doc can't hurt? Charlotte knows Jackson has his own emotional battles to fight, but she believes they can be stronger together. So when she accepts his invitation to a family wedding, Charlotte hopes it's a sign that one day she'll be walking down the aisle…with Jackson by her side!

44 review for Wedding Date With The Army Doc (Harlequin Medical Romance) (Summer Brides, Book 2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    I’m a fan of Lynne Marshall since I’ve read "Too Close for Comfort" (2012), a beautiful story about a divorced couple in their late forties reuniting and falling in love again. It was an emotional and intense reading and since then I’ve read other of her stories and all were rewarding and satisfying. Lynne Marshall knows how to write a story and she creates believable and likeable characters, like in "Wedding Date With The Army Doc". Now she writes about my favourite trope – the wounded hero – wit I’m a fan of Lynne Marshall since I’ve read "Too Close for Comfort" (2012), a beautiful story about a divorced couple in their late forties reuniting and falling in love again. It was an emotional and intense reading and since then I’ve read other of her stories and all were rewarding and satisfying. Lynne Marshall knows how to write a story and she creates believable and likeable characters, like in "Wedding Date With The Army Doc". Now she writes about my favourite trope – the wounded hero – with her engaging style, approaching sensitive issues with competence and knowledge. The characters are complex, strong in their vulnerabilities; the heroine is a great character and the very sexy (and older hero) is her perfect match. The hero is wounded but so committed to enjoy life and so comfortable with his own feelings, – even if a bit afraid and unaware of its depth. A wonderful story!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    This is such a good story moving and emotional as MS Marshall Takes on a subject that can be controversial and she has done this so well truly this is a story that had me turning the pages. We meet Pathologist Charlotte Johnson she is very pretty she is a caring and hard working person she is also single and aims to stay that way after her fiancé walked out on her after she had an operation that she had thought a lot about and decided that it was the best thing to save her life but it is also a m This is such a good story moving and emotional as MS Marshall Takes on a subject that can be controversial and she has done this so well truly this is a story that had me turning the pages. We meet Pathologist Charlotte Johnson she is very pretty she is a caring and hard working person she is also single and aims to stay that way after her fiancé walked out on her after she had an operation that she had thought a lot about and decided that it was the best thing to save her life but it is also a major life changing operation but Charlotte is positive, you see she lost her Mum when she was young to breast cancer and that pushed her into the job that she loves and her decision. But when she meets Dr Jackson Hilstead Charlotte’s life is about to change and in such a beautiful way. Dr Jackson Hilstead has moved to California left everything behind in Charlestown to start a new life divorced and getting over PTSD after being badly injured in Afghanistan Jackson has a prosthesis and the couple of woman he has gotten close to since moving shy away and with two sons already children and marriage is not what he wants but he is drawn to the beautiful pathologist Charlotte this could be what he needs to bring out the best in him again and make him happy. This really is a must read story it is beautifully written the caring and loving Charlotte and Jackson are so drawn to each other but with scares from their past it takes a bit of time for them to take the plunge to find true love. Charlotte’s decision to have the surgery is handled so well I shed some tears but was smiling throughout this one, the scenery is fabulous as well. I highly recommend this story I loved it. It is part of a small series Sumer Brides but can be read as a standalone but I am looking forward to the other one in this series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    I am never disappointed when I pick up a Lynne Marshall medical romance. Ms. Marshall tends to bring out the best in her characters by delving deep into their pasts, torturing them with the demons they’ve locked away in their dark forbidden closets. In Wedding Date with the Army Doc we meet Charlotte Johnson, a woman who knows pain from the inside out. She has put dating on hold after her surgery. However, when Dr. Jackson Hilstead walks into her life, Charlotte couldn’t help but register the bu I am never disappointed when I pick up a Lynne Marshall medical romance. Ms. Marshall tends to bring out the best in her characters by delving deep into their pasts, torturing them with the demons they’ve locked away in their dark forbidden closets. In Wedding Date with the Army Doc we meet Charlotte Johnson, a woman who knows pain from the inside out. She has put dating on hold after her surgery. However, when Dr. Jackson Hilstead walks into her life, Charlotte couldn’t help but register the butterflies in her stomach. Could she start dating again if it involves the hot doctor? Jackson is sexy and brilliant at his job but beneath his outward charm is a man who life has beaten and bruised over the years. And Charlotte may very well be the balm Jackson needs to heal his broken soul. Overall, I think Ms. Marshall has done a fine job bringing together Jackson and Charlotte. These two characters compliment each other. They bring out each other’s best qualities. And their journey through the ups and downs makes this book a worthy read. Highly Recommended 4.5 Stars

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amelia

    Lynne Marshall puts plenty of heart into her Harlequin Medical Romances, where personal lives and careers dealing with health matters entwine. In WEDDING DATE WITH THE ARMY DOC, a number of dramatic issues make romantic relationships difficult for two people, yet both have so much to offer someone if they are willing to take a gamble. As the couple makes their way through the highs and lows of being together, their lives are filled with unexpected joy but also painful distress. Since she is a pat Lynne Marshall puts plenty of heart into her Harlequin Medical Romances, where personal lives and careers dealing with health matters entwine. In WEDDING DATE WITH THE ARMY DOC, a number of dramatic issues make romantic relationships difficult for two people, yet both have so much to offer someone if they are willing to take a gamble. As the couple makes their way through the highs and lows of being together, their lives are filled with unexpected joy but also painful distress. Since she is a pathologist in a California hospital, Charlotte Johnson meets all types of doctors. Though several of them are definitely good-looking and unwed, she does not want to be in any relationship at this time. When she made the choice to have elective surgery in the hope of avoiding a disease that could be deadly, Charlotte knew there would be no romantic connections taking place soon. But she does enjoy dreaming about all the what-ifs, especially if they involve surgeon, Dr. Jackson Hilstead. When Jackson seems to want more than to just be friends with Charlotte, she would really like to explore the possibilities between them. Yet fears about his potential response keep her from pushing for anything more. But there are some things in Jackson’s life that Charlotte does not know, so it becomes a question of who will be the first to open up and what kind of impact it will have on their futures. After reading WEDDING DATE WITH THE ARMY DOC, a Summer Brides story, I was filled with such good feelings. Though the book has some incidents where problems are at the forefront, there is always a ray of hope in the background, even if it is only very slight. Lynne Marshall has taken several real life predicaments and created a story often filled with positive optimism. The genuineness of many struggles moved me at times, particularly when the dilemmas came across as so true-to-life. Circumstances are definitely conceivable, while any reactions of Jackson and Charlotte are candidly sincere. As events played out, there were a few instances where I smiled so big because their pleasure was very obvious. The past has not been exactly kind to either Charlotte or Jackson. Tough decisions have been made by both of them, and the results of what they chose have greatly affected their current lives. There is also an unpredicted episode in Jackson’s earlier life that could have a bearing on how he is seen by others. Since being rejected because of what has happened to each of them is always in the back of their minds, I was anxious to discover how Jackson and Charlotte would respond when secrets are finally revealed. Any medical aspects in the story are very compelling. Whether a condition pertains to the main couple or someone else, all details are credible and let me experience anything related to the situation right along with the characters. The background of Lynne Marshall lets her write medical romances that are profoundly touching plus convincing. WEDDING DATE WITH THE ARMY DOC is upliftingly romantic. Received copy for Always Reviewing blog

  5. 5 out of 5

    TashNz

    I've just recently said that Lynne Marshall writes stories that are not always the norm for this type of genre and I feel she approaches her stories with such a solid depth that you always have a big sigh at the end of the story. A GOOD big sigh, especially for Wedding Date with the Army Doc; it represents the emotion of the journey taken on as a reader; it represents the tears that may have been quietly shed during the book, either because things written you can relate to or just because you're I've just recently said that Lynne Marshall writes stories that are not always the norm for this type of genre and I feel she approaches her stories with such a solid depth that you always have a big sigh at the end of the story. A GOOD big sigh, especially for Wedding Date with the Army Doc; it represents the emotion of the journey taken on as a reader; it represents the tears that may have been quietly shed during the book, either because things written you can relate to or just because you're all caught up in what you're reading; it represents the happiness of the two characters, in this case Jackson and Charlotte, who achieving their happy ever after and it represents true appreciation of the hard work it must have been to write such an emotional story with a double whammy of heartbreaking topics. Both topics are approached with caring and sensitivity as well as boldness and I loved how both Jackson and Charlotte got to know each other and liked how the inevitable was handled. I applaud the story and the choice to write about such topics. I recommend this story if you are looking for something special.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dottie

    Charlotte Johnson spends her life in her pathology lab living the life she feels she wants. She has decided that there is no HEA for her and there will be no husband or children in her future. Enter Jackson Hilstead a surgeon in her hospital and someone she really has feelings for, feelings that she thought she put away forever. Take these two people with secrets of their own and put them together and find out that plans sometimes go astray which will when Jackson asks Charlotte to go to a famil Charlotte Johnson spends her life in her pathology lab living the life she feels she wants. She has decided that there is no HEA for her and there will be no husband or children in her future. Enter Jackson Hilstead a surgeon in her hospital and someone she really has feelings for, feelings that she thought she put away forever. Take these two people with secrets of their own and put them together and find out that plans sometimes go astray which will when Jackson asks Charlotte to go to a family wedding with him. Charlotte had made a lifesaving decision she must live with and Jackson has a medical secret also. Both find out that love doesn't change for a medical issue. Ms. Marshall always writes such lovely stories and this is an example. She puts two people feeling they will go the rest of their life alone in touch with each other enough that nothing can stop the course of love.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Hina Tabassum Khatri

    This book about imperfectly perfect people by Lynne Marshall is all about how life does not stop when tragedies happen. The story talks about the idea that people are beautiful and whole even when a body part is missing because a body part does not a person make. I'd have rated it a 5 on 5 if not for the fact that both of them had body image issues. Both had some part missing. It felt as if they understood each other because they have been through the same (albeit differently) process of losing s This book about imperfectly perfect people by Lynne Marshall is all about how life does not stop when tragedies happen. The story talks about the idea that people are beautiful and whole even when a body part is missing because a body part does not a person make. I'd have rated it a 5 on 5 if not for the fact that both of them had body image issues. Both had some part missing. It felt as if they understood each other because they have been through the same (albeit differently) process of losing something of themselves. It would have packed more of a punch if one of them did not loose a body part and still understood what the other went through. Thus, making it a 4.5 for me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Brooks

    4 1/2 STARS! An endearing story about overcoming life's many obstacles to find your happily ever after! Charlotte Johnson has had a lifesaving surgery that left her feeling differently about herself, and she's been laying low on the dating front since then. It hasn't stopped her from crushing on Dr. Hilstead though! Surgeon Jackson Hilstead has had his own hardships in life and now that he's found his stable place again, he's enjoying life. When he admits to his attraction to Charlotte and invites 4 1/2 STARS! An endearing story about overcoming life's many obstacles to find your happily ever after! Charlotte Johnson has had a lifesaving surgery that left her feeling differently about herself, and she's been laying low on the dating front since then. It hasn't stopped her from crushing on Dr. Hilstead though! Surgeon Jackson Hilstead has had his own hardships in life and now that he's found his stable place again, he's enjoying life. When he admits to his attraction to Charlotte and invites her along on a trip to a family wedding, they have to make some serious decisions on how they want to move forward with their futures!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Janie

    "Wedding Date With The Army Doc (Mills & Boon Medical)" by Lynne Marshall is part of the series 'Summer Brides' but it also a read alone book. In this story we have Charlotte Johnson, who has overcome an operation, and Jackson Hilstead who is drop dead gorgeous. He invites her to a family wedding and that just gets Charlotte to thinking about the future. The only problem is that Jackson needs to concur his past in order to move to the future. It's a great, quick read. "Wedding Date With The Army Doc (Mills & Boon Medical)" by Lynne Marshall is part of the series 'Summer Brides' but it also a read alone book. In this story we have Charlotte Johnson, who has overcome an operation, and Jackson Hilstead who is drop dead gorgeous. He invites her to a family wedding and that just gets Charlotte to thinking about the future. The only problem is that Jackson needs to concur his past in order to move to the future. It's a great, quick read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Steckling

    Wedding Date with the Army Doc by Lynne Marshall Whenever I pick up a Lynne Marshall book I know I will enjoy. This is a must read for sure. Charlotte Johnson is a pathologist and had an operation that left her feeling different about herself. She had both breast removed and her fiancé could not deal with that. So she has been very leery of any man as she feels that she is not whole. She did it to prevent cancer and yet now she wonders. Dr. Jackson Hilstead moved to California leaving everything Wedding Date with the Army Doc by Lynne Marshall Whenever I pick up a Lynne Marshall book I know I will enjoy. This is a must read for sure. Charlotte Johnson is a pathologist and had an operation that left her feeling different about herself. She had both breast removed and her fiancé could not deal with that. So she has been very leery of any man as she feels that she is not whole. She did it to prevent cancer and yet now she wonders. Dr. Jackson Hilstead moved to California leaving everything behind. He was injured in Afghanistan and suffered from PTSD. He wears a prosthesis which turns most women off. However, he finds Charlotte and realizes she has lost a part of her body so she might understand him better than anyone else. Plus, he would understand her also. They move slow and steady. Body parts missing does not mean no love, hope you will enjoy as I did.

  11. 5 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

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  22. 4 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

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  30. 5 out of 5

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  31. 5 out of 5

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