Update and Quick Review of Safe Harbor Medical Series by Jacqueline Diamond

I’ve decided I suck at blogging, haha.  It’s been a busy time around here, but I have been squeezing in some reading.  I’ll be doing an official post right after this update.

I spent most of my reading time last week getting swept up in the Safe Harbor Medical Series by Jacqueline Diamond.  I must admit, I have an odd addiction to these Harlequin mini series, but it’s a love/hate feeling.  I love series for the sole reason of finding out what happens to previous characters after the happily-ever-after.  But that being said, almost always I wind up disappointed.  For example, the Safe Harbor Medical Series started out strong, interesting, with a unique storyline, but as the series progressed, the storylines became repetitive and a tad boring.

The series takes place in Safe Harbor, with one character having a connection to the Safe Harbor Medical center.  All the stories involve babies, due to a state safe haven law allowing mothers to drop their unwanted newborns at hospitals without being reprimanded and the hospitals fertility center.

I would recommend the Safe Harbor Medical Series if the reader enjoys romance with a side of babies and medical jargon. There are sexy moments, but nothing gratuitous. I would rate the series 3 out of 5 stars.

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Lynnie is an avid reader with a soft spot for romance. Her addiction to all things lovey-dovey began when she was introduced to the black-haired, blue-eyed angel named Prince Eric at the age of 4. Once she realized she could never win his heart from Ariel, Lynnie aimed her sight on more realistic options, like Cory Matthews and the members of NSYNC. Now nearing her 30s, Lynnie is living her happily-ever-after in a small New England town. She shares her castle with her very own Prince Charming and their 2 (fur) babies. When she is not reading for pleasure, Lynnie is a freelance editor and writer.
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