REVIEW: BRITISH BEDMATE BY VI KEELAND AND PENELOPE WARD

Rating: 4 out of 5.

What it is about
Bridget is a single mom and a nurse. Her friend asks if a resident doctor can leave with her until he is done with his residency. It turns out that Simon is the super sexy doctor she had an embarrassing run in with a few months ago. 

POV- dual first person 

HEA/HFN- yes

Funny parts- yes

Sad parts- some

Love triangle- no 

Insta-love- no

Cheating- no 

Super insecure character- no

Trigger warning- death of a loved one

Realistic scale- 2/5

Pick this up if
You want a cute, funny and sweet book. You enjoy a good plot twist. You want a hot, alpha hero. You like the forced proximity trope. You like single parent romances. You like older woman, younger man romances. 

Don’t pick this up if
You don’t like unrealistic books. You hate inappropriate work place behaviour. You feel secondhand embarrassment acutely. You don’t want something formulaic.

Pages- 400

Audiobook- 7h 5m
Narrators- Andi Arndt and Zachary Webber 

USED TO BE DEAR BRIDGET, I WANT YOU

BUY THE BOOK OR AUDIOBOOK HERE

I get asked how I read so many books. This is how I do it:
Kindle Unlimited (definitely worth it for romance readers)
Audible (2 free audiobooks for your first month); I have the Audible Premium Plus with 2 credits a month
Prime membership allows me to get new books at my doorstep fast (get the first month free). I have Prime Student which comes with a 6 month free trial.
Scribd
I also had Audible Escape but it got cancelled 😦
But Audible Plus is supposed to have a lot of books across all genres

The perfect gifts for a loved one
Audible gift membership
Prime gift membership

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