23 March 2019

In the Doctor's Arms | Book Review


Can he stop the one who got away—

From getting away again?

Everyone in her Alaskan town hopes Iris James is back for good. Including Dr. Flynn Ramsey, who stole her heart when they were awkward teenagers. She realizes he’s planning an encore, but a prestigious job in Washington, DC, is calling to her. Only, ever since their kiss at her brother’s wedding, Iris isn’t sure about anything. Except her reignited feelings for Flynn…

Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming
Release Date: March 5, 2019



Alaska has always piqued my interest, so of course, I can never resist the opportunity to visit through a book. The sixth Seasons of Alaska book from Carol Ross, In the Doctor’s Arms takes place in small-town Alaska, with plenty of outdoorsy fun, and I enjoyed the trip.

Dr. Flynn Ramsey and Iris James have been friends since high school, always with a spark of attraction. But their relationship is complicated, to say the least. After a messy divorce, Flynn returns to their hometown with the intentions of staying long-term, taking over his grandfather’s practice. Iris, on the other hand, detests everything Alaskan and only returns while waiting for a D.C. job offer. Facing long-distance relationship (plus a few surprising, soap-opera-y twists), can the pair make romance work, or are they better as friends?

All in all, In the Doctor’s Arms is a sweet, sweet story. I haven’t read any of the other Seasons of Alaska stories yet, but I think I might need to now.


Thanks to Prism Book Tours, I received a complimentary copy of In the Doctor’s Arms and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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