You Can’t Buy Love

(Life Lessons #3)

by Melanie A. Smith

You Can't Buy Love (Life Lessons, #3)

Published:August 11th 2020

Publisher: Wicked Dreams Publishing

Length: 220 pages

My Rating: 2.5 stars

Blurb:

Julianna Magnusson is tired of working her tail off at her thankless job as a nurse practitioner for the cardiac unit at Rutherford Hospital. Tired of having little to no time for her own life. But most of all, she’s tired of pretending that she’s happy about it all. So when her boss insists she attend the annual hospital charity gala, spending a ton of money on a dress to impress a bunch of stuck-up snobs doesn’t exactly sound like her idea of a good time.

Still, ever the dutiful employee, she makes an appearance. Only to meet a handsome stranger named Noah who stops her from drunkenly confronting the man who owns the hospital about all the issues at work. Then Noah does so much more, giving her a night of passion that she’ll never forget. Still, Jules has no intentions of taking it further. As timely as meeting him was, Noah is many things she’d never want in a man: Clearly elitist, arrogant, and bossy, he’s nothing more than a one-night stand.

Which was a great plan until he turns up at her hospital with a mind to shake things up in a way that could affect her career and her decision to write him off, igniting an epic battle between them as the chemistry that sparked the initial attraction transforms into a battle of wills. Their clash could jeopardize everything Jules has worked for — or, if she can look past her own pride, it might lead to everything she needs. In the fight between what we think we want and what life has in store for us, what wins?

My Review:

This was a light read but not particularly memorable. The portrayal of the way hospitals treat their staff was dead on. As a nurse I know how frustrating it is trying to make the necessary changes needed to a hospital while meeting resistance from higher ups.

I did enjoy this book but by the time I sat down to write this review I had completely forgotten what it was about until I read the blurb again. I wouldn’t purchase this book but if I found it in a library I’d give it a read.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. *Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.

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