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Melting the Ice Queen’s Heart by Amy Ruttan
Published: February 1, 2014
It started with a kiss…
Having left his humanitarian posting in Africa to raise his two orphaned nieces in San Francisco, Dr. Gavin Brice has enough on his plate without an inconvenient attraction to his new boss! The frosty Dr. Virginia Potter clearly disapproves of his maverick ways – but with one amazing kiss, the ice begins to thaw…
About the Author
Born and raised on the outskirts of Toronto, Ontario, Amy fled the big city to settle down with the country boy of her dreams. When she’s not furiously typing away at her computer, she’s a mom to three wonderful children.
Life got in the way, and after the birth of her second child, she decided to pursue her dream of becoming a romance author.
You can find out more about Amy at her website.
Harlequin Author Link: http://www.harlequin.com/author.html?authorid=2462
Melting the Ice Queen’s Heart by Amy Ruttan is an enjoyable medical romance. It’s actually the first medical romance that I remember reading and I really enjoyed it. I think I tended to shy away from this side of the romance genre because I thought maybe there would be too much focus on the medical side of things and there may be things I don’t understand. But I stand corrected! I loved Gavin and Virginia both. They were likable characters but each were definitely flawed. They both felt like misguided souls to me, and I was happy that they came together in the story. Loved this story, well worth the read if you’re looking for a great romance.