by Susie Tate
When she watches him she wishes she could be normal; she wishes she could be like the people he interacts with so seamlessly. Pavlos Martakis is her complete and total opposite: physically intimidating, likable, naturally attractive, extremely confident, sexually promiscuous: the most uninhibited, charming, outgoing and free person she has ever encountered in her life. He fascinates Millie; thrills and intimidates her in equal measure.
But, as the culprit behind the invention of her nickname Nuclear Winter, Millie knows that if Pav feels anything for her it is more than likely contempt. Cold, boring, robotic: that is how the rest of the hospital sees her. So she can safely watch him from afar. He would never notice her … would he?
This book is a full-length contemporary romance of approximately 90,000 words with no cliffhanger and its own HEA.
Praise for Susie Tate's previous books:
Greys Anatomy meets the romance novel - Heroes and Heartbreakers
Moving, sometimes funny, sometimes dark contemporary romances. The books took me on a trip like I've not seen. Author Nathan Lowell for Peer Reviewed
Heart warming, hilarious in places, warm and believable. Grabs you from the start. Pulls you in. Words Turn Me On Book Blog
Suspense, great banter, friendship, love and drama: what more could a reader want? Scandalous Book Blog
Love, understanding, patience and passion - perfection. The Book Fairy Reviews
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