Recovery J.C Harroway

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She can’t help but want him. But neither can his millions of fans.

With fame, fortune, looks and charisma, Nathan Banks may have it all. But Dr Sophia King wants nothing to do with him beyond treating him as any other patient.

A family scandal and a childhood of media intrusion have left the reserved doctor fiercely protective of her vulnerable family. But when a photo of Sophia and Nathan together strips away her anonymity and exposes past secrets, she must step into the limelight to protect her loved ones.

Intrigued by the man behind his famous persona, Sophia glimpses a life of fame and glamour she’s never coveted. But Nathan comes with baggage, and the screaming fans, the beautiful leading ladies and ruthless paparazzi are all part of the deal.

How much is Sophia willing to endure to be with the man she loves, and how much is Nathan willing to give up for the woman who has stolen his heart?

Recived this book for review from netgally and the publisher in exchange for an honest review


I loved Nathan as the hero, who has millions of adoring fans across three continents, yet he still feels vulnerable because those closest in his life have never valued him or his passions. Soph is a bright, ambitious doctor, who has focused solely on her career to avoid the family pressures and scandals of her past and to protect her autistic brother. Both characters demonstrate strength and tenderness with one another and those around them.

The angst challenging their relationship stems from Sophie’s needing to change her mindset, a series of unfortunate miscommunications, and family dynamics getting in the way. Through it all, it is clear that Nathan is determined to capture Sophie’s heart, and the descriptions of his actions to do so in LA, in flying to London, and his notes make him a swoon worthy hero!

My only criticism is that the book ended with Sophie’s decision regarding their relationship and did not explore some of the challenges that had previously concerned her. This relationship had so much passion and tenderness that I would love to see a follow-up documenting how Sophie and Nathan navigate careers and continents. They both have the charm and sizzle to capture readers in more than one novel!





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