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The Burnout Cure ✓ The Burnout Cure pdf ✪ Author Jill Blake – When it comes to burnout Lily Reid is an expert Determined to turn her personal tragedy into a cautionary lesson for other physicians she travels the country lecturing about life balance and stress ma When it comes to burnout Lily Reid is an expert Determined to turn her personal tragedy into a cautionary lesson for other physicians she travels the country lecturing about life balance and stress management But her words falls on deaf ears—until she hits on a plan to The Burnout PDF/EPUB or appeal to a broader audienceEnter Dr Wolf Knox aka “Wolfman MD” He’s gorgeous charismatic and his patients love him So do millions of fans who follow him online watching the music video parodies he makes in his spare time Too bad Wolf believes “burnout” is synonymous with weakness His motto Suck it up—and if you can't handle the pressure get the hell out of medicineAs Lily and Wolf clash over plans for a joint project their mutual disdain gives way to desire But when a fellow physician’s suicide forces them to confront their own fears and prejudices will their fledgling relationship survive Please note This is a steamy contemporary romance that contains mature themes and explicit content meant for adults and over It is a stand alone novel with no cliff hangers and a guaranteed HEA.

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  1. Jill Blake Jill Blake says:

    Readers always ask where I get my ideasWith The Burnout Cure I didn’t have far to look While Wolf Lily and the characters who inhabit their world are fictional the issues of physician burnout depression and suicide are very real—as are the sobering statistics that Lily uotes about how many physicians are affectedThe first seeds of this story were planted back when I was a young doctor in training As Lily the heroine of The Burnout Cure describes in the book the hours and work conditions during internship and residency were brutal I lucked out with a program that provided wonderful role models and great institutional support Unlike many of my peers I didn’t have to race from one hospital room to another throughout the night drawing blood and starting IV’s—our main teaching hospital had in house phlebotomists and a great nursing staff who were paid to do thatBut there were still entire months when I never saw the sun because I was pre rounding on patients at 430 am spending the day in the OR doing evening rounds on post op patients in the SICU surgical intensive care unit and then signing out to the night team at 9 or 10 pm—when I wasn’t on call myselfSpeaking of call I lucked out there too I was never on call often than every third night and my longest stretch of working straight through without sleep was forty two hours I had friends though who suffered through training programs like Nick’s They took call every other night worked a hundred plus hours each week and lied to Joint Commission inspectors to keep their programs—and ultimately themselves—out of regulatory hot water for flouting the rulesFast forward ten years to another milestone event when three excellent successful well respected physicians in our community committed suicide within months of each other Our local medical society held a dinner to honor their memory and the keynote speaker talked about physician burnoutI’d never heard about burnout prior to that night But before long the term seemed to be on everyone’s lips As Wolf notes in the opening chapter Whenever he opened a medical journal or stepped into the doctors’ lounge or went to the ER to admit a patient there was always someone talking about wellness burnout or both Practically overnight it seemed that physician burnout burgeoned to epidemic proportions and even the popular press started uoting the grim statistics that those of us in the trenches lived with every dayA few years ago I came across a TEDMED talk by Pamela Wible a family physician from Eugene Oregon She talks about “Why Doctors Kill Themselves”—and she doesn’t mince words She describes a broken system that dehumanizes aspiring physicians and perpetuates abuses in medical education and practice Dr Wible’s passion about the topic got me thinkingWhat if a woman who is smart mouthy and willing to challenge the establishment decides to turn her personal tragedy into a cautionary lesson for other physicians? What if the one man who can help her spread the message is an irreverent unapologetic chauvinist who doesn’t believe in burnout? And what if they strike sparks off each other hot enough to burn up the sheets?And so The Burnout Cure was born

  2. Kate McMurry Kate McMurry says:

    Two commitment phobe doctors with conflicting views about burnout reluctantly fall in loveDr Lily Reid MD is 34 Seven years ago during her residency training her fiance a fellow resident doctor committed suicide Lily has avoided romantic relationships ever since and has no desire to ever have children This horrendous tragedy also led to a permanent change of career for Lily Unlike practicing medicine which she realized at the time of her loss that she had only been pursuing because of family expectations her new career became a passionate mission which got her through the darkest days of her life Lily researches and lectures on the highly prevalent condition that led to her fiance's death physician burnoutDr Wolf Knox MD is 39 As a gorgeous successful doctor it is no surprise that he has never lacked for female companionship even though he has made it extremely clear to every woman he has allowed to temporarily pass through his life that he is a confirmed bachelor who has no desire to marry or have children He has no wish to be responsible to anyone but himself and his only commitment is to his profession as a hospitalist a dedicated inpatient physician who works exclusively at a hospital Ironically though Lily preaches worklife balance her own schedule is far relentless than Wolf's She travels freuently for speaking engagements and she has no outside interests besides her cause She informs Wolf that burnout can be helped by cultivating interests outside medicine to relieve stress and put medicine in perspective rediscovering what makes one go into medicine in the first place and that hobbies can include anything from mountain climbing to knitting to joining a book club to doing karaoke But Lily has no hobbies other than running for exerciseIronically as well though he argues forcefully and cynically in conversation with Lily against her passionate belief that physicians' very survival depends on a healthy worklife balance Wolf himself is a living example of what Lily preaches Though he vociferously defends systematic hazing of trainee doctors in hospitals he himself is well past his trainee days and for many years now he has had no reason to be burned out He has no family obligations and he has a terrific schedule at the Santa Monica hospital where he is employed He works 7 days straight 12 14 hours per day Then he gets 7 days off Repeat As a result he has plenty of free time to work out at the gym ride his mountain bike regularly on a scenic 14 mile trail surf at the Santa Monica beach and play a pickup game of hockey every other weekend On top of that he has a second passion which he calls his side gig He and his long time friend Doug another doctor write parodies of hit songs substituting their own humorous lyrics which deal with important health issues They call themselves Wolfman and WildDogg and have millions of followers on YouTube These musical public service announcements not only help the general public but they also generate substantial extra income over and above Wolf's hospital salary which is presumably around 250000year see belowThough the sexual chemistry is explosive between Lily and Wolf after their first date during which he bluntly derides everything her life's work stands for she never wants to see him again He presents himself as the embodiment of everything she is working to change in medicine with an arrogant attitude reeking of the suck it up or get the hell out of medicine machismo that encourages and perpetuates the abuse hospitals heap on trainee doctors Unfortunately for the powerful shared determination of both protagonists to stay away from each other and stay comfortably single they can't resist the risky attraction between themI am a huge fan of Jill Blake's romance novels about doctors As a doctor herself she writes with great authenticity about what it is like to be a doctor As a therapist myself with close friends who are doctors I have long been appalled by the brutal system of hazing that interns and residents endure during their training in hospital settings Dr Blake has done a fabulous job of introducing this vital topic to romance fans as a gripping dramatic backdrop to the main romance plot between these two fascinating sympathetic protagonists I've added some comments on the way physician burnout is presented in this terrific novel at the bottom of this review for anyone as excited about that aspect of this romance novel as I am Jill Blake consistently writes wonderful multi faceted protagonists They are always decent honorable people with strong growth arcs based on fascinating moral dilemmas These two protagonists are especially memorable We are allowed to get to know both the heroine and hero eually through their alternating points of viewOne of my biggest pet peeves in romance novels is when an author offers readers the prime reuirement of a romance novel a hero with a ripped physiue without the hero visibly doing anything to earn his sixpack Ditto for the heroine having a sleek figure I love it that Dr Blake's protagonists are healthy and fit because they eat well and exercise The sex scenes in this novel are sensuous but never crude They are romantic and tender and they aren't just thrown in for their own sake They contribute to the growth of the powerful connection between Lily and WolfThe setting of this book is Santa Monica California an area Dr Blake is very familiar with and has written about extensively in this and other romance novels It is accurately and enjoyably describedI have read this book three times already and I will probably read it many times again I love all of this author's books but this is a particular favorite It is definitely a keeperI rate this book as followsHeroine 5 starsHero 5 starsSubcharacters 5 starsRomance Plot 5 starsPhysician Burnout Subplots 5 starsSetting 5 starsWriting 5 starsOverall 5 starsBelow are some additional thoughts I have on the ripped from the headlines topic of physician burnout included in this outstanding romance novelLily reminds Wolf who knows this and doesn't care that doctors in training are supposedly protected by mandates from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education ACGME Their rules which must be followed if hospitals hope to achieve and maintain accreditation state that hospitals cannot force trainee doctors to work than 80 hours per week which is already double time However in blatant rejection of these vital rules hospitals routinely force trainee doctors to work up to 100 120 hours per week These doctors are also not supposed to be on duty than 28 hours in a row which is in itself destructively excessive but many are reuired to be on duty with no sleep for up to two days straight Sleep deprivation causes poor reaction time cloudy thinking and can lead to chronic muscle pain As a result far too many trainee doctors live off a terrible diet of coffee junk food from vending machines and fistfuls of Tylenol and Ibuprofen for pain from headaches neck and back achesTrainee doctors are also routinely forced to lie about these hospital workplace violations to inspectors from the Joint Commission a nonprofit organization that accredits than 21000 US health care organizations and programs These generations long institutionalized abuses of trainee doctors have continued unabated primarily due to a profit motive Trainee doctors are paid a very low salary in a hospital doing the same work the average salary of a resident specializing in internal medicine in 2017 was 57200 compared with the average pay of 247319 for licensed medical doctors who have completed training in internal medicine Salaried professionals unlike hourly workers are NOT paid overtime for hours worked beyond 40 hoursweek Thus a resident working 120 hours per week makes about 15th of the salary of a regular doctor at the same hospital while working four times as many hours In short the hospital would have to pay four regular doctors approximately 1 million for the same work it pays a trainee doctor a measly 57200 for To enforce this corrupt system the prevailing mentality that abusive hospitals force upon trainee doctors is Take it until you die And hundreds do every year due to clinical depression leading to suicide These deaths are callously viewed as necessary collaterol damage in a constant effort to maintain a steady flow of cheap labor Any trainee doctors who dare to admit to being depressed a depression that is almost entirely situational depression depression directly caused by the horrible working conditions they are subjected to are threatened with being reported to the state medical licensing board and potentially losing their license On top of the danger for the doctors themselves sleep deprived unhealthy and depressed doctors are prone to making mistakes which can lead patient injury and death Johns Hopkins patient safety experts have calculated that in the USA than 250000 deaths per year occur due to medical error

  3. Grady Grady says:

    “Medicinehighest suicide rate of any profession We lose four hundred physicians a year to suicide”California author Jill Blake is a practicing physician who brings insight to her book that addresses issues of physician burnout depression and suicide Her initial idea for this novel – ‘What if a woman who is smart mouthy and willing to challenge the establishment decides to turn her personal tragedy into a cautionary lesson for other physicians? What if the one man who can help her spread the message is an irreverent unapologetic chauvinist who doesn't believe in burnout? And what if they strike sparks off each other hot enough to burn up the sheets?’ Jill has published ten romance novels – WITHOUT A NET COMING HOME BALANCING ACT The Santa Monica Trilogy TAKING A CHANCE THIS TIME FOR KEEPS PURSUED BY THE PLAYBOY The Doctors of Rittenhouse Suare Trilogy SWEET INDULGENCE BEYOND THE IVORY TOWER A MATTER OF TRUST The Silicon Beach Trilogy and now THE BURNOUT CURE – Book 1 of a new Trilogy she calls A Prescription Romance A physician who writes Chick Lit Dr Jill Blake has made a successful second career as a writer and to offer a bit of her expertise at setting a scene for a drama the following is excerpted from Chapter One ‘“As some of you may have noticed I’m not Dr Williams” he began “My name is Wolf Knox and I’m a hospitalist For anyone who’s been living under a rock for the last decade or so a hospitalist is the guy who takes care of your patients while they’re overnight guests at St Mary’s Now you’re probably asking yourself why am I here today? Putting aside the existential uestion—because I hear they’re kicking us out of this room at one pm ready or not—the reason I’m here at this podium is because Doug asked me to step in while he’s off having a baby—” “Doug’s pregnant?” someone called out from a back table Wolf waited for the laughter to die down “I stand corrected Doug’s wife was the one who went into labor last night So while Doug and the missus are busy ushering in the next generation of Williamses I’m going to introduce a few folks who’ve traveled a long way to talk to you today You ready? All loaded up on caffeine? Feeling a bit jittery from all that java? Well don’t worry Our keynote speaker is here to share her secrets about relaxation Which for those of you keeping track of this sort of thing is the keyword of the day Come on folks say it with me Reee laaax aaa tion Oh and don’t forget to sign up for the free yoga and meditation session in the courtyard after lunch” “Sorry folks looks like the yoga session’s been canceled The Physician Health Committee will work on getting it rescheduled once Dr Williams returns from paternity leave In the meantime please help me welcome Dr Lily Reid who comes to us straight from a sold out engagement on the lecture circuit In case you’re wondering why Dr Reid is so popular here’s the twenty second version of her CV” He retrieved Doug’s notes from his pocket and smoothed out the creases “Dr Reid received her medical degree and Master of Public Health from UCSD She joined the RAND Corporation seven years ago where she is now a research fellow in healthcare policy Her articles on health and wellness have been published in top medical journals as well as the lay press and she is a regular talking head—uh guest—on radio and cable TV news Please put your hands together for Dr Lily Reid” A flurry of movement along the far wall caught Wolf’s attention This was Lily Reid? She wore a pencil skirt that ended just above the knee a white button down shirt and a black belt that emphasized her narrow waist With her auburn hair slicked back into a neat bun a single strand of pearls around her neck and those red red lips she was the embodiment of every sexy librarian fantasy he’d had as an adolescent’And Jill moves from that clever into into the plot as summarized ‘When it comes to burnout Lily Reid is an expert Determined to turn her personal tragedy into a cautionary lesson for other physicians she travels the country lecturing about life balance and stress management But her words fall on deaf ears—until she hits on a plan to appeal to a broader audience Enter Wolf Knox aka “Wolfman MD” He’s gorgeous charismatic and his patients love him So do millions of fans who follow him online watching the music video parodies he makes in his spare time Too bad Wolf believes “burnout” is synonymous with weakness His motto? Suck it up—and if you can't handle the pressure get out of medicine As Lily and Wolf clash over plans for a joint project their mutual disdain gives way to desire But when a fellow physician’s suicide forces them to confront their own fears and prejudices will their fledgling relationship survive?’Naughty? Yes but also rich in humor and character development and some fine insights into Medicine today There is a good reason her books sell so well

  4. Tami Adams Tami Adams says:

    I volunteered to review this book without any promises about the review the rating or the postingWhen I first started this book my excitement was uickly overshadowed by the feeling of having facts legal terms and actions being shoved in my face I pushed forward because I wanted to see how the overall story would play out I was happy I did The following is my personal opinion and thoughts about many aspects of this book and its authorCOVER ✯✯✯ I found the cover to be bright and colorful It matched the story but only received 3 stars since the cover seemed a little genericPLOT ✯✯✯✯ The plot was very well planned and executed There was a message there for anyone in any high stressful and busy profession I’m unsure if Ms Blake was trying to put the message so obvious but I gained a greater appreciation for doctors and nurses Besides the message the story and romance between Lily and Wolf was very realistic and hotWRITING STYLE ✯✯✯ This is the first book by Ms Blake I’ve read However I love her style She brings a lot of descriptive writing into her book which is one of my favorite things I unfortunately have to take away stars because of the legal terms Some sections of the book specified certain actions and the order they have to proceed I know Ms Blake is a physician by day but as an authorI felt she added too much unnecessary information that took away from the bookCHARACTERS ✯✯✯✯✯ Lily is a firecracker I absolutely fell in love with her from the get go She’s an independent woman with a mission No time to stop from achieving her goal even when someone like Wolf walks into her life Wolf on the other hand is handsome sexy and professionally driven But he felt a little self centered and full of himself He never stopped to think about others when it came to certain topics I’m awarding 5 stars for two characters that had me on a lovehate roller coasterOVERALL FLOW ✯✯✯ Once you move past the “documentary” feel that the facts about “doctor burnout” gives you the flow was awesome Everything moved towards a climax and conclusion Unfortunately I didn’t even see the climax coming Ms Blake was incredible in hiding a climax that should’ve been so obvious That being said I felt the book ended so abruptly that I was left wondering”that’s itwhere’s the rest” Since this book is part of a series of stand alone booksI’m thinking there will be in a future book Lily read lost her fiance to “doctor burnout” She’s made it her mission despite her famous physician father’s protests to make sure the medical world and the world in general understands that stress and anxiety in any profession specifically medicine can have terrible conseuences Wolf is one of those doctors who believes that burnout shows weakness He lives with the motto of “if you can’t stand the heat get out of the kitchen” Despite their difference in opinions these two find a way to be together and cause a lot of heat in the bedroomUnder no circumstances was I approached by the author to read or review this book I offered without any agreement or promise for any compensation I am voluntarily giving my opinion about this book My only affiliation with the author is that I am a fan and want to support by reading and posting this review of my own free will

  5. Grant Leishman Grant Leishman says:

    Reviewed For Readers' Favorite by Grant Leishman Lily Reid the only daughter of an eminent physician had dropped out of medicine during her residency and had instead focused her life and career on helping medical professionals deal with the overwhelming stress depression and incredibly high suicide rate that so often is the bane of the medical profession In The Burnout Cure A Prescription Romance by Jill Blake Lily believes vehemently in her advocacy and is a determined strong and independent woman who has no desire or plans for a long term relationship or a family Her work and her passion to help medical professionals is her life Wolf was a doctor who had it all drop dead gorgeous he lived his life according to his own dictates He loved women but he didn't want a relationship Sex was fantastic but who wanted to overcomplicate it all with feelings? Wolf was of the old school of thought If you can''t hack the pace of medicine then look for another job He looked at medicine like a soldier looks at Special Forces It takes a special breed of man or woman to be a medical professional Suck it up was his opinion When Lily and Wolf meet the physical attraction is undeniable but they are such poles apart in their views can anything ever develop?The Burnout Cure A Prescription Romance by Jill Blake has absolutely no pretensions It is pure light hearted romance chick lit if you like but what I loved and what lifted it above your normal hospital steamy romance book was the seriousness and importance of the backstory to the two characters Clearly depression stress and suicide is a major problem within the medical profession and Blake has cleverly used the romance between Lily and Wolf to highlight something she feels strongly about This is still a story about two disparate people with virtually nothing in common who find themselves deeply physically attracted to each other but the subtext gives it so much depth There is the full reuisite of hot and steamy love scenes which are totally necessary and I might add extremely well written by Blake to not be over emphasised or incredibly crude as so often can be the case I'm probably not the target market for this kind of steamy romance but I was certainly glued to the pages and dying to know where it led us next This is an excellent read and well above the usual hospital romance pap that can be so repetitive and boring An excellent read from Jill Blake

  6. Nancy R Nancy R says:

    The Burnout Cure is billed as a contemporary romancemedical romance Yes it’s a love story Yes it includes smoking hot sex scenes Yes it has a happy ending But it also has a serious message that author Jill Blake deftly interweaves with the plot and character development in a way that enhances the storyFull disclosure I recently finished residency so the world described in The Burnout Cure is very familiar to me Blake is spot on with her rendering of the high stress high demand soul sucking pace of medicine today While it’s true that we’re hearing about burnout these days as far as I can tell nothing’s changed If anything conditions have gotten worse Big institutions that train and employ physicians now pay lip service to the idea that we need better support to do our jobs but they haven’t done much to help the situation In a recent op ed piece in the New England Journal of Medicine a resident whose colleague committed suicide writes that the onus of dealing with burnout falls on the physician We are given resiliency training and then sent right back into the thick of things WTF? Nothing gets done to address underlying issues that lead to burnout in the first place things that Blake talks about in this book bureaucracy insurance companies the government computerized medical records that are built for billing rather than for ease of use or patient care etcSo anyway this book tells the truth The truth is depressing but the heroine Lily offers hope and even a blueprint for how physicians can fight burnout The slow evolution in the hero’s attitude from ahat to believer is well done and even though there were times I wanted to slap Wolf I ended up falling in love with him Because who can resist a man who’s funny sexy and carries your hairband in his pocket as a memento and then offers it to you when you forget to bring one yourself and the wind’s whipping your hair every which way? I love those little detailsBottom line The Burnout Cure is a great feel good read with a message that stays with you long after you finish the last pageAn advance review copy of this book was provided by the author

  7. Robin Robin says:

    I borrowed The Burnout Cure via Kindle Unlimited and really enjoyed it I also learned a lot about physician burnout I'd heard that medical residents have to work around the clock with minimal sleep but this romance really brings home the toll it takes in terms of depression exhaustion and the possibility of something as horrible as suicide for residents and doctors In The Burnout Cure Lily Reid is a passionate motivational speaker who tries to help physicians avoid becoming a statistic As a doctor herself she knows what they go through Wolf Knox is a doctor who is infatuated with Lily but not with her message He thinks that the rigorous standards for med students and doctors are a good thing because they'll weed out those who can't hack it These two are attracted to each other but underneath the romance they butt heads trying to get the other person to respect their opinion Wolf comes across as arrogant and unyielding yet we can see the good in him Lily is eually in your face about her belief that doctors need balance and stress management Nevertheless they start to fall for each other The problem is how do they live and let live can they accept each other knowing they are such diverse opposites on this subject that means so much to each of them?The story was engaging as were the characters Wolf was pretty obnoxious at first but you could see him softening as the story progressed Lily was a nice challenge for him she's strong and not someone who caves under pressure The story was well written and different I'm looking forward to the next book in the series

  8. Rebecca Austin Rebecca Austin says:

    Dr Lily Reid was planning on becoming a doctor but when her life took a sharp turn she decided instead to becoming a speaker on the burnout that many doctor's face but don't seek help from The problem she has now is that she needs a way to reach a larger audience and she is strugglingDr Wolf Knox is attending the 65th Annual Postgraduate Medical Assembly as a favor to his close friend Dr Douglas Williams He has no interest in the presentations at all but finds himself attracted to speaker Dr Lily ReidAs Wolf and Lily go out for lunch Lily asks for help from Wolf in promoting her cause The problem is that Wolf doesn't believe it is as relevant as Lily says it is Will Wolf help Lily with her cause or will she be forced to resort to other measures?This was a good book and an interesting look at a topic that I did not know much about at all but think it is super important to be discussedI think Lily was a great character and was definitely on the right track with what she wanted to promote but I could see many of her audience not believing it could happen to themWolf was interesting and I loved the side job that he and Doug did I was super curious to see if he would just placate Lily to have sex with her and then kind of drop her after I was frustrated at him when he learned who Lily's dad was and then pretty much dropped her afterI found the stuff with Parker kind of weird and seemed almost out of place with everything else as it just kind of added drama The ending was sad but I was glad that it brought things together as they should be

  9. Lisa Lisa says:

    I received a free complimentary book through Reading Deals and voluntarily reviewed itWhen I first started reading this book I was wondering if I was reading a factual book about “physician burnout” Since I knew this book was fiction I knew that this could not be true However I had never read anything by this author before so I thought that maybe this author was just overtly concentrating on an issue that was very dear to her heart while tying it up in a small fiction storyBoy was I wrong As I read further I realized that this author wrote a novel based on an issue that she as a real doctor wanted to communicate to her readers As a result The Burnout Cure is a fantastic story that has a subject different from any other book I have ever readMs Blake states in her biography that she went through a lot of these feelings when she was a doctor in training Then years later she heard about three doctors who had committed suicide and thus a book is born Ms Blake in her characters seems to embed many of the feelings she felt from her own first firsthand experience As a result her characters are very realistic and thus easy to understandI have to admit that at first I didn’t like Dr Wolf Knox the hero in this book He is a joker who likes to act like a “smart aleck” He is known for his “prankster reputation” and “off color humor” In fact his attitude seems to suggest an uncaring and unsympathetic person who should not be a doctor As I continue to read I realize that nothing could be further from the truth

  10. LJT LJT says:

    ​​​​​The Burnout Cure is a well written and exciting medical romance Author Jill Blake is a full time physician so her story is replete with an in depth knowledge and understanding of what goes on in the medical profession This narrative is a welcome addition to Ms Blake's established book libraryLily Reid is a highly ualified motivational speaker that specializes in physician burnout and depression She knows from personal experience that it is extremely difficult for doctors to establish a worklife balance During one of her lectures she meets Dr Wolf Knox a good looking hospitalist who believes that working until you can't see straight is just a part of doctoring Although Lily is taken aback by Wolf's viewpoint she finds him very attractive Wolf senses a spark as well and overtime they fall in lust and loveThis novella is another winner for Ms Blake The characters are well defined the plot is engaging and the sex scenes between Lily and Wolf are extremely hot Thanks to this book I have a better understanding of physician burnout and how the life of a dedicated doctor belongs to his or her patients Ms Blake's passion for this topic is executed with humor warmth and foresight Overall this is a solid romance that should be added to your TBR listComplimentary copy provided

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