Prescription For Love; Book 4 in the Reyes Family Romances Series

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Enrique Reyes, named after his physician grandfather, is now happy being the doctor in his grandfather's home town in Mexico. When Tanora Doyle, a bi-racial research biologist arrives in town, he is intrigued by her. But will the baggage she carries keep them apart? Or can Enrique cure what ails her?
Note: this book contains an attempted rape scene, which the heroine is able to fight off. More
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About Fiona McGier

I write contemporary erotic romance novels. Contemporary because having sex without birth control is a scary thought. Erotic, because I love to read books with sex scenes in them, so I write them too. And romance because the drive to pair up is a most basic human need, but the ways it can happen are endlessly fascinating.

I write contemporary erotic romance novels about strong, independent women who are busy living their lives. When they meet equally strong, independent men, the sparks fly! Sooner or later one or both of them realize they are meant to be together for the long-term, and the "dance of love" moves to a whole new level of seriousness. I write happily-ever-after endings, because I really believe they are possible...not easy, but achievable. And I write hot scenes between the heroine and hero because that's the way they tell me their stories in my head!

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Reviews of Prescription For Love; Book 4 in the Reyes Family Romances Series by Fiona McGier

Francis Haley reviewed on Feb. 1, 2018

Entertaining read.
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nekesa reviewed on April 9, 2014

Sexy read! Love it
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mayna saunders reviewed on March 30, 2014

This book was so sweet and easy to read. Thank you for sharing. I will be on the look out for more books by this author.
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Vivienne Diane Neal reviewed on April 14, 2011
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What a great story. Fiona McGier proves that love can transcend no matter what a person’s background or status is. Even if someone has faced an unpleasant event in his or her life, true love will always be the best remedy. The author expresses this in her writing.
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