Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Review of Hearts & Health Volume 1 by DJ Jamison

earts and Health: Volume 1 by D.J. Jamison 4*
BLURB: Three full-length novels in a m/m romance series have been boxed up for one price! Sexy nurses with trust issues, overconfident doctors coping with reality checks, and hard-working students come together to find their hearts and health in small-town Kansas.
Fresh off his latest heartbreak, nurse Ben Griggs is wary when one of his patients shows an interest in him — especially when that patient showed up in the ER after a motorcycle accident. Ben isn’t the kind of guy who can hold the interest of an adrenaline junkie like Gage Evans for long. If he can’t find a way to trust Gage with his heart, they may be destined to have a fling that goes nowhere.
Dr. Paul Johnston can’t get a set of dark, somber eyes out of his head, and the timing couldn’t be worse. Zane Kavanaugh came through the ER, a victim of a hate-fueled assault, and Paul can’t forget him. But under review after a complaint, he also can’t afford to fall for a patient. Paul is afraid to start a relationship, and Zane can only handle so much more rejection. Paul may have to make a choice: His career or the first man to capture his heart.
Dr. Trent Cavendish made a huge mistake when he walked away from the love of his life at age 18. When his best friend suddenly dies 12 years later, it rattles Trent into seeing how empty his life has become. He returns to his hometown, hoping to make amends to the man he left behind. Instead of the sweet but tame guy he remembers, Trent runs into a smoking-hot Xavier James dressed in bits of lace and silk at a gay nightclub. His plan to earn Xavier’s forgiveness immediately shifts to lust, and love’s not far behind.
Each of these books was previously published individually as part of the Hearts and Health series.

My Review: I received a copy from Signal Boost Promotions for reviewing. I only wanted to read this as I like the author's Ashe Sentinel series and book 1 was originally published as book 6 of that series. I am delighted to say all three books were as good as I expected. One thing I did like about them was the overlap of characters so that there was continuity but each book could be read as a standalone too. I look forward to more Heart & Health stories and in the meantime I will see about catching up on the Ashe Sentinels (still need to read book 5). I'm sorry I'm not telling you more about the stories but I want you to go buy them and read them for yourself as they are really good (+ no spoilers!)

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