Doctor-Patient Confidentiality By Eme Strife Review

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Two very different people.

One scandalous proposition.

Endless possibilities…


I can’t believe how different things are now; how complicated my life has become in such a short amount of time.

It was never supposed to be like this.

He’s off limits.

He’s always been off limits.

I keep telling myself that; that being here with him is not supposed to feel this good.

God, HE’S not supposed to feel this good.

I wonder what my life would have been like now if I had gone to the clinic on a different day, or if I had just insisted on going with the physician I was initially referred to.

Never in my life would I have thought that in the events that followed the beginning of a regular school week, a random checkup would end up spawning a highly angst-filled, incredibly confusing, and quickly-unfolding mess.


This story unfolds over multiple serials and is not a standalone. This is the first book.

Rated 17+
This series contains mature and adult content (nudity, graphic sex, and strong language). Because of its explicit nature, it is intended for mature audiences only. Reader discretion is advised

My Review:

Talk about cliffhangers! part 1 of 12 this was a hot  quick read, I’m going to give this a quick review because i really don’t want to give any of this away. Ramona (Roni) is a singer in collage and she has recently been experiencing stomach pain, when it starts interfering with her course, she chooses to go to the doctors clinic where she meets Doctor Dexter Frost, the most handsome man she’d ever seen, and that’s where it finishes!

Book 1 was mostly a descriptive, part setting the scene, making us comfortable with the main character Ramona and we learn about what collage life is like for her.

I honestly can’t say much more without giving it away but after reading this i’m excited to see what the next book has for us all.I hope you all enjoy it as much as i did.

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