Wednesday, January 6, 2010

THE DOCTOR NEXT DOOR by Catherine Berlin


Contemporary Erotic Romance
Red Sage Publishing
Sensuality Rating: E-rotic
ISBN# Adobe PDF 978-1-60310-160-8
Mobi pocket 978-1-60310-161-5
MS Reader 978-1-60310-162-2
HTML 978-1-60310-163-2
79 pages
Available February 2008

Rating: 5 Enchantments

Brandon, who’s very good looking, is an Emergency Room doctor with a busy schedule, but he’s never too busy to notice his lovely neighbor Gen.

Gen is a thirty-year-old virgin. She’s gorgeous and she writes romance novels, in which she uses her hunky neighbor next door as a pattern for her heroes. But she will never date or get to know him because he is a doctor.

Brandon, because of his profession, is ignored by Gen because of a fear she has that all doctors are alike. They are like her father, cold and self-serving. When she finally learns that Brandon is truly a nice guy and lets her guard down, they get together, date, and after she overcomes some of her fears, he asks her to marry him.

Cute! Cute! Cute! This is a darling sensuous love story where two single neighbors who have admired each other from a distance for some time, finally come together. I completely enjoyed the relationship evolvement in this story, it was totally believable, and when Brandon dressed as a highland laird, complete with white billowy shirt and kilt, comes knocking at Gen’s door equipped with a picnic basket, full of traditional Scottish foods, I cracked up. He was just trying to fulfill one of Gen’s fantasies from the latest romance novel she had written, and which he had purchased, to better understand her. The scenario was completely believable as well as darling. This is a cute story and well worth the read, this is a keeper; I will definitely read it again.

Ms. Berlin sang in a band which helped her pay for college where she earned degrees in three languages. She ended up marrying the man who auditioned for drummer in the same band. He won the job and her heart, and they are married to this day. She can be reached at

Desiree de Cleves
Enchanting Reviews
February 2008

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