Just Right The Bradfords #1 MOBI Ë The Bradfords

Just Right The Bradfords #1 MOBI Ë The Bradfords


Just Right The Bradfords #1 ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☀ Just Right The Bradfords #1 Author Erin Nicholas – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk He’s a better than a Boy Scout trauma surgeon extraordinaire Who just punched a patient in the noseShe’s the director of the ER And is now in charge of keeping her star surgeon in line until his s He’s a better than a Boy Scout The Bradfords MOBI ð trauma surgeon extraordinaire Who just punched a patient in the noseShe’s the director of the ER And is now in charge of keeping her star surgeon in line until his suspension is overFirst order of business is prying his perfect ass off the bar stool and keeping her huge crush on him under control Except he refuses to move until she agrees to—and then loses—a bet for hours of her Just Right PDF \ undivided attentionOkay she can handle this How much trouble could they possibly get into in two days And how much could she possibly enjoy that trouble And if he simply can’t be her Knight in Shining Scrubs any well then she can finally move on Because she’s not into bad boys Any Supposedly.

  • ebook
  • 284 pages
  • Just Right The Bradfords #1
  • Erin Nicholas
  • English
  • 14 February 2016
  • 9781605049472

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10 thoughts on “Just Right The Bradfords #1

  1. Michelle Michelle says:

    3 StarsGrrrrr It started off really good Cute funny and I really loved Ben Then it just went flat around half way through I didn't like Jess I skimmed to the end after 65% Not sure if I want to move on with the series

  2. Jessica Jessica says:

    It started off cute and light then got strangely preachy The heroine was interesting at first then it started to get like she had a really really misspent youth but eh the reveal didn't really seem so bad to me that she felt like she had to do penance for a whole decade And the hero who spent many of his younger years in AfricaOkay seriously? Africa is a big continent with a lot of stuff going on So these hints about African masks and helping farmers learn how to farm and not getting a home cooked meal and a rebel base no mention of Darth Vader though were weird I mean ok because of the farm euipment now I'm picturing a rural area possibly and probably not near a refugee camp but still mountains or plains? Rain forest or desert? North south somewhere in between? Was he there with an NGO like MSFDWB or a corporate sponsor or some other group? Did he have to learn KiSwahili or French or could he get by with just English? Or maybe he moved around to different parts of Africa but if so what was his favorite place to be? Did he make any friends there? I mean this is a potentially really cool back story and all we get is Africa a few clunky stereotypes that don't really add up to anythingAlso and this part was just confusing there's a secondary character named Kevin who is apparently Christian The author references this a lot as if it's weird to be Christian in Omaha NE but based on things other characters say it's apparent that several of them are Christian So why is Kevin's Christian ness so worth mentioning? Other than that he's just a walk on character I mean really I wouldn't be uestioning it if it weren't mentioned every single time this character comes on screen What's the deal?So anyway I was kind of going back and forth about whether to finish reading this when I decided to skip to the end and see how everything's resolved and the characters are all so unbearably self righteous and judgmental towards each other that even the fun ones seemed like people I wouldn't want to spend time with I mean this wasn't horrible but I think that the intended audience for this is not me On the plus side it was a free Samhain promotion and now I know not to try anything else by this author

  3. Saly Saly says:

    I enjoyed this book uite a bit was it perfect no and there were parts I found annoying as we were supposed to especially Jessica's insistence on making Ben perfect and wanting him to still be an ER surgeon when he uits and says he doesn't want to instead wants to be selfish for once in his lifeJessica is an ER nurse and incredibly responsible who always does the right thing but that wasn't always the case she grew up with a do gooder father who gave away all the money they had except for essentials and her mother unable to take it left At 16 she too rebelled partied and got involved with an older man who pampered her and showed her the world and then she changed when her father died defending her apartment at 20 She was now in charge of everything her two younger siblings includedI found her holier than thou attitude annoying sometimes even when she saw Ben was hurting she still persisted on the fact that he had to be a surgeon He had a similar upbringing like her a missionary father he himself spent years in Africa but it all got too much when the village he worked in was slaughtered and then the man he patched up killed 3 people he lost it and punched him and got suspended feeling good about it and wanting to let looseJessica is sent to rescue him by her brother and bunch of friends and she learns that he too has been lusting after her There is a lot of sexual tension in the book but the consummation takes a long time coming because Jessica is all about being a role model be it her job or the Centre in her father's nameI liked it when she came to the realization that it was Ben's choice to do as he pleased and that if being a doctor was hurting him he had every right to uit I really liked Ben as well after a lifetime of responsibility he deserved to have fun and Jessica making him feel bad about it was not doneI really liked Sam and other friends so will continue with the series

  4. Lara Lara says:

    You can tell that this is an earlier book than the author's Boys of the Bayou series since the POV bounces around than it should I was constantly stopping and going back to see if I missed a scene break but no This is an irritant of mineThe other thing that bothered me was a lack of communication They both spent so much time in their heads having all these revelations but then they never shared with each other It was so frustrating to know that a simple discussion would be beneficial to them both On the other hand they would start to have a meaningful conversation where Jessica would start to show anger at his whiny privilege and then it would get cut off by a make out session These are adults right?I absolutely loathed Russ Chief of Emergency Medicine First of all he had no right to make her babysitting Ben a condition of whether or not he recommended her for a position And then the way he kept telling her to do whatever necessary made me think he was fine with pimping her out It was unsettling to think that a hospital administrator was using his authority in this wayThe pacing was also a bit off for me So much build up and I was just bored by the whole thing Their first time together is approximately 67% of the way in the book That doesn't leave a whole hell of a lot of time for personal epiphanies and solving issues when the story ends at 92% of the bookWhen Jess tells him that she loves him numerous times he doesn't say anything back Nothing is mentioned about this He yells at her belittles her is honestly uite nasty to her but he never apologizes And when he feels up another woman hours after storming away from Jess? Made my stomach churn Is that how he's going to be throughout the rest of their relationship? Why is she the one who has to make the grand gesture when he is the one who screwed up? I hate it when female characters not only allow their male counterparts to treat them like dirt but then they apologize for provoking that behaviour DisgustingAnd finally the ending put me in mind of the movie Grease Even though Danny ran track to get a letterman sweater underneath he was still punk Sandy is the one who seemed to change the most mentally as well as physicallyOverall I was really disappointed in this book Not sure if I'll be continuing on with this series or not particularly since I hate the male whore trope and Sam is one Come to think of it it seems like Ben was a bit of a slut too but his being angry at Jess's limited sexual experience was okay because you know what? It just wasn't okay Ugh

  5. ~Mindy Lynn~ ~Mindy Lynn~ says:

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  6. Book Buddies Book Buddies says:

    Well this book was really cute I enjoyed the adventure getting to know the characters Ben Torres Jessica Bradford a Trauma Surgeon and Director of the ER I do feel on a level for Jessica she definitely has her work cut out for her on being pretty much the Boss so what she says go's But when the Hot Stud Muffin Trauma Surgeon punches a patient in the nose then a suspension is definitely in order Thanks for the Hospital Hotness Author Erin Nicholas I will be back with Bells on to read 5 STARS

  7. Emily Emily says:

    ER nurse Jessica Bradford is the epitome of a hard worker in control of everything she touches although on the surface it appears that way inside she is often lonely but her past mistakes continue to drive her to set a positive standard for others Jessica does entertain one revolving fantasy though that of Dr Ben Torres the man oozes sex appeal and bad boy status and Jessica can’t seem to get him out of her mindBen has had a crush on Jessica since he caught her bent over and a glimpse of the sexy thong that she had hidden underneath her scrubs Many of lonely nights have been entertained by what else she is hiding within When Ben lashes out at a patient he is ready to walk away since the possibility of lawsuit seems a definite but Jessica is called in to keep an eye on Ben and finds out that the man she had put on a pedestal of hero status is uite different and if she is not careful she is going to fall hook line and sinker in love with himThe first in the Bradford series I liked that Ben is having a bit of a melt down he is at a crossroads in his life and although he rationalizes his decision he is struggling with the outcome Jessica goes for uite a transformation as she takes a walk on the wild side the way Ben gets her out of her comfort zone is often hilarious Wonderful start to the seriesReview on Single Titleshttpsingletitlescom?p7669

  8. Gilles Gilles says:

    This book was three times longer than it needed to be The characters setting and supporting characters had potential but there was alot of stuff that annoyed me Editing would have helped Transitions from one scene to another is needed There were many jumps in scene characters time or all of the above from one paragraph to the next with no warning introduction or even a double space Very confusing The timeline was also inaccurate or didn't make sense at times The relationship isn't great It needs development and less they just can't keep their hands off each otherview spoilerHis assumption that she is a virgin irritated me When he finds out that she isn't he immediately wants her sexual history details He is pretty judgmental until she distracts him with sex Apparently that solved it because they don't get back to it When do we get his history so we can throw rocks? We don't hide spoiler

  9. Manda Collins Manda Collins says:

    Fun sexy contemporary from Erin Nicholas The heroine Jessica has been walking the straight and narrow ever since her father died when she was twenty leaving her to raise her younger brother and sister She's an emergency room nurse and oozes responsibility so she's the first one the hospital administration chooses to babysit hottie Dr Ben Torres who's just put the hospital at risk for a huge lawsuit by punching out a patient Since Jess has been crushing on Ben for a while she's than happy to comply Until she realizes that formerly upstanding Ben is hell bent on tossing aside his respectability and being very very bad With herJUST RIGHT was a funny sexy entertaining read that could have veered off into preachy territory but fortunately never did With a colorful cast of characters including Jessica's siblings the local paramedics and the staff of St Anthony's Hospital Nicholas has the great beginning to a series here

  10. Kristen Kern Kristen Kern says:

    this was the one that got me started on Erin NicholasI think she is a very talented writerI've read all the Bradfords books to date and they keep getting betterdefinitely worth the time and money IMO I'm also hoping there will be additions to the Bradfords series

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10 thoughts on “Just Right The Bradfords #1

  1. Michelle Michelle says:

    3 StarsGrrrrr It started off really good Cute funny and I really loved Ben Then it just went flat around half way through I didn't like Jess I skimmed to the end after 65% Not sure if I want to move on with the series

  2. Jessica Jessica says:

    It started off cute and light then got strangely preachy The heroine was interesting at first then it started to get like she had a really really misspent youth but eh the reveal didn't really seem so bad to me that she felt like she had to do penance for a whole decade And the hero who spent many of his younger years in AfricaOkay seriously? Africa is a big continent with a lot of stuff going on So these hints about African masks and helping farmers learn how to farm and not getting a home cooked meal and a rebel base no mention of Darth Vader though were weird I mean ok because of the farm euipment now I'm picturing a rural area possibly and probably not near a refugee camp but still mountains or plains? Rain forest or desert? North south somewhere in between? Was he there with an NGO like MSFDWB or a corporate sponsor or some other group? Did he have to learn KiSwahili or French or could he get by with just English? Or maybe he moved around to different parts of Africa but if so what was his favorite place to be? Did he make any friends there? I mean this is a potentially really cool back story and all we get is Africa a few clunky stereotypes that don't really add up to anythingAlso and this part was just confusing there's a secondary character named Kevin who is apparently Christian The author references this a lot as if it's weird to be Christian in Omaha NE but based on things other characters say it's apparent that several of them are Christian So why is Kevin's Christian ness so worth mentioning? Other than that he's just a walk on character I mean really I wouldn't be uestioning it if it weren't mentioned every single time this character comes on screen What's the deal?So anyway I was kind of going back and forth about whether to finish reading this when I decided to skip to the end and see how everything's resolved and the characters are all so unbearably self righteous and judgmental towards each other that even the fun ones seemed like people I wouldn't want to spend time with I mean this wasn't horrible but I think that the intended audience for this is not me On the plus side it was a free Samhain promotion and now I know not to try anything else by this author

  3. Saly Saly says:

    I enjoyed this book uite a bit was it perfect no and there were parts I found annoying as we were supposed to especially Jessica's insistence on making Ben perfect and wanting him to still be an ER surgeon when he uits and says he doesn't want to instead wants to be selfish for once in his lifeJessica is an ER nurse and incredibly responsible who always does the right thing but that wasn't always the case she grew up with a do gooder father who gave away all the money they had except for essentials and her mother unable to take it left At 16 she too rebelled partied and got involved with an older man who pampered her and showed her the world and then she changed when her father died defending her apartment at 20 She was now in charge of everything her two younger siblings includedI found her holier than thou attitude annoying sometimes even when she saw Ben was hurting she still persisted on the fact that he had to be a surgeon He had a similar upbringing like her a missionary father he himself spent years in Africa but it all got too much when the village he worked in was slaughtered and then the man he patched up killed 3 people he lost it and punched him and got suspended feeling good about it and wanting to let looseJessica is sent to rescue him by her brother and bunch of friends and she learns that he too has been lusting after her There is a lot of sexual tension in the book but the consummation takes a long time coming because Jessica is all about being a role model be it her job or the Centre in her father's nameI liked it when she came to the realization that it was Ben's choice to do as he pleased and that if being a doctor was hurting him he had every right to uit I really liked Ben as well after a lifetime of responsibility he deserved to have fun and Jessica making him feel bad about it was not doneI really liked Sam and other friends so will continue with the series

  4. Lara Lara says:

    You can tell that this is an earlier book than the author's Boys of the Bayou series since the POV bounces around than it should I was constantly stopping and going back to see if I missed a scene break but no This is an irritant of mineThe other thing that bothered me was a lack of communication They both spent so much time in their heads having all these revelations but then they never shared with each other It was so frustrating to know that a simple discussion would be beneficial to them both On the other hand they would start to have a meaningful conversation where Jessica would start to show anger at his whiny privilege and then it would get cut off by a make out session These are adults right?I absolutely loathed Russ Chief of Emergency Medicine First of all he had no right to make her babysitting Ben a condition of whether or not he recommended her for a position And then the way he kept telling her to do whatever necessary made me think he was fine with pimping her out It was unsettling to think that a hospital administrator was using his authority in this wayThe pacing was also a bit off for me So much build up and I was just bored by the whole thing Their first time together is approximately 67% of the way in the book That doesn't leave a whole hell of a lot of time for personal epiphanies and solving issues when the story ends at 92% of the bookWhen Jess tells him that she loves him numerous times he doesn't say anything back Nothing is mentioned about this He yells at her belittles her is honestly uite nasty to her but he never apologizes And when he feels up another woman hours after storming away from Jess? Made my stomach churn Is that how he's going to be throughout the rest of their relationship? Why is she the one who has to make the grand gesture when he is the one who screwed up? I hate it when female characters not only allow their male counterparts to treat them like dirt but then they apologize for provoking that behaviour DisgustingAnd finally the ending put me in mind of the movie Grease Even though Danny ran track to get a letterman sweater underneath he was still punk Sandy is the one who seemed to change the most mentally as well as physicallyOverall I was really disappointed in this book Not sure if I'll be continuing on with this series or not particularly since I hate the male whore trope and Sam is one Come to think of it it seems like Ben was a bit of a slut too but his being angry at Jess's limited sexual experience was okay because you know what? It just wasn't okay Ugh

  5. ~Mindy Lynn~ ~Mindy Lynn~ says:

    Freebie 61217

  6. Book Buddies Book Buddies says:

    Well this book was really cute I enjoyed the adventure getting to know the characters Ben Torres Jessica Bradford a Trauma Surgeon and Director of the ER I do feel on a level for Jessica she definitely has her work cut out for her on being pretty much the Boss so what she says go's But when the Hot Stud Muffin Trauma Surgeon punches a patient in the nose then a suspension is definitely in order Thanks for the Hospital Hotness Author Erin Nicholas I will be back with Bells on to read 5 STARS

  7. Emily Emily says:

    ER nurse Jessica Bradford is the epitome of a hard worker in control of everything she touches although on the surface it appears that way inside she is often lonely but her past mistakes continue to drive her to set a positive standard for others Jessica does entertain one revolving fantasy though that of Dr Ben Torres the man oozes sex appeal and bad boy status and Jessica can’t seem to get him out of her mindBen has had a crush on Jessica since he caught her bent over and a glimpse of the sexy thong that she had hidden underneath her scrubs Many of lonely nights have been entertained by what else she is hiding within When Ben lashes out at a patient he is ready to walk away since the possibility of lawsuit seems a definite but Jessica is called in to keep an eye on Ben and finds out that the man she had put on a pedestal of hero status is uite different and if she is not careful she is going to fall hook line and sinker in love with himThe first in the Bradford series I liked that Ben is having a bit of a melt down he is at a crossroads in his life and although he rationalizes his decision he is struggling with the outcome Jessica goes for uite a transformation as she takes a walk on the wild side the way Ben gets her out of her comfort zone is often hilarious Wonderful start to the seriesReview on Single Titleshttpsingletitlescom?p7669

  8. Gilles Gilles says:

    This book was three times longer than it needed to be The characters setting and supporting characters had potential but there was alot of stuff that annoyed me Editing would have helped Transitions from one scene to another is needed There were many jumps in scene characters time or all of the above from one paragraph to the next with no warning introduction or even a double space Very confusing The timeline was also inaccurate or didn't make sense at times The relationship isn't great It needs development and less they just can't keep their hands off each otherview spoilerHis assumption that she is a virgin irritated me When he finds out that she isn't he immediately wants her sexual history details He is pretty judgmental until she distracts him with sex Apparently that solved it because they don't get back to it When do we get his history so we can throw rocks? We don't hide spoiler

  9. Manda Collins Manda Collins says:

    Fun sexy contemporary from Erin Nicholas The heroine Jessica has been walking the straight and narrow ever since her father died when she was twenty leaving her to raise her younger brother and sister She's an emergency room nurse and oozes responsibility so she's the first one the hospital administration chooses to babysit hottie Dr Ben Torres who's just put the hospital at risk for a huge lawsuit by punching out a patient Since Jess has been crushing on Ben for a while she's than happy to comply Until she realizes that formerly upstanding Ben is hell bent on tossing aside his respectability and being very very bad With herJUST RIGHT was a funny sexy entertaining read that could have veered off into preachy territory but fortunately never did With a colorful cast of characters including Jessica's siblings the local paramedics and the staff of St Anthony's Hospital Nicholas has the great beginning to a series here

  10. Kristen Kern Kristen Kern says:

    this was the one that got me started on Erin NicholasI think she is a very talented writerI've read all the Bradfords books to date and they keep getting betterdefinitely worth the time and money IMO I'm also hoping there will be additions to the Bradfords series

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