Anatomy of a Meet Cute
Sparks fly when an ob-gyn butts heads with a doctor at her new hospital in this delightfully charming romance about bad timing, good friends, and fresh starts.
The last thing I ever expected was to insult a colleague before I even started a new job.
But here I am, already on thin ice after I mistook a fellow doctor for a patient on a bad drug trip. Oops.
No matter how handsome or infuriatingly aloof he is, Grant Gao isn't going to spoil my fresh start. Instead, I'm going to keep myself (maybe too) busy with my roommates, work, and passion: starting a new program to improve pregnancy care in the community.
But getting the hospital bigwigs on board with my idea is proving to be more difficult than I anticipated, and I may be forced to swallow my pride and ask Grant for help.
But will working with Grant bring us closer, or will I be crushed under my ever-growing list of responsibilities?
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About the Author
Born and raised just outside Seattle, Washington, Addie Woolridge has spent her life cultivating the experiences that make her characters so richly developed, relatable, and real. Though her love for knowledge, diversity, and different cultures has honed her writing, Woolridge is also a classically trained opera singer with a degree in music from the University of Southern California, and she holds a master's degree in public administration from Indiana University.
When she isn't writing or singing, Woolridge can be found in her Northern California home, baking, training for her sixth race in the Seven Continents Marathon Challenge, or taking advantage of the region's signature beverage--a good glass of wine.
To learn more about her books, upcoming releases, and other news, visit www.addiewoolridge.com.
"The will-they-won't-they dynamic between Sam and Grant makes the romance sizzle, while the tension between Sam and her family adds some much needed drama....This is a delight." --Publishers Weekly
"Readers interested in a contemporary drama in a medical setting with well-developed characters and closed-door romance will appreciate this slow burn from Woolridge." --Library Journal