That awkward moment when an ER doctor has to inform you that you’re pregnant…with his baby.
Three things Lynsey Jones knows about the hot doctor: he’s grouchy, an arrogant jerk, and strangely obsessed with pie.
Three things Dr. Dick knows: he doesn’t talk about his past, he doesn’t do relationships, and the crazy girl in the hospital cafeteria who ate a fistful of French silk pie…is annoyingly irresistible.
After a chance meetup at a bar and a heated cab ride together, things come to a head and now instead of hating each other, they’re horizontal in a bed.
Three months later, the weird cafeteria stalker who crept out of Dr. Dick’s house like a thief in the night, winds up as his patient in the ER after her Tinder date from hell.
Dr. Dick is prepared to keep it cool and professional. That is until her bloodwork reveals that she’s pregnant.
What really throws him for a loop…is that the surprise baby…is his.
After reading three 1 star books, I needed a rom-com to brighten my mood and One Moment Please was just the right thing. This is the first book I’ve read by Amy, and I’m reading more of her for sure.
Lynsey has been occupying a seat in the hospital cafeteria for a couple of weeks, trying to finish her thesis. The one place that helps her focus is the cafeteria, where there is also a grumpy doctor that had caught her eye.
Dr. Dick, erm Josh, has been noticing the woman who keeps visiting the hospital cafeteria. She’s always there, and he doesn’t understand why. Their first interaction is very interesting, to say the least. So is their second meeting.
Three months after their one-night stand, Josh and Lynsey meet again in the ER, where Josh finds out Lynsey is pregnant with his baby. From there, their story begins, and I absolutely loved their relationship.
Josh hands me a bottle of water while cracking a beer for himself. I eye it enviously. “Tell me what it tastes like. Describe it in vivid detail.”
“It’s IPA,” he grumbles, wincing slightly at his first sip, “which means it tastes like piss
I sigh dopily. “Sounds magical.”