Author: L.J. Harris
Publication date: June 12, 2019
Length: 134 pages
Reviewed by Racheal
A trip to the dentist has never been so… interesting.
Aiden Cooper, a workaholic banker with little time for a personal life let alone romance, finds himself in a bit of a pickle when his wisdom teeth start giving him trouble. Upon visiting a new dentist, he ends up getting quite a bit more than he bargained for.
Sebastian Gibbs is a man who makes no apology for who he is or what he wants. The moment a new patient walks through the door of his dental surgery he wonders if, for the first time in his life, he can have it all.
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This story is based in the UK, and British English spelling has been used.
In this charming and fun-loving story, L J Harris makes going to the dentist not always seem like such a traumatic event when you are looking up at an Adonis, in Just Like Pulling Teeth.
I instantly connected to the character Aiden Cooper, well at least the part of waiting for the worst case scenario before admitting to myself that it is finally time to bite the bullet and schedule an appointment with the dentist office. Depressed that the dentist he has seen in the past retired; he begrudgingly agrees to see this new dentist that his sister has been raving about. Aiden has his world turned upside down— not only for the brief relief that he will soon have once he gets the dental work done that is required— but because he just experienced an attraction so strong that it leaves him speechless.
Between a melding sister, a prompt unexpected meeting at a tattoo shop, and not one but two embarrassing confessions while under the influence of some laughing gas; makes this one extraordinary story of two men with completely different backgrounds, personality traits but an extremely strong attraction for one another.
I was definitely intrigued with this duo and without a doubt pleasantly surprised with the bonus chapters.
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