Impossibly His by Shawn Lane

ImpossiblyHisTitle: Impossibly His
Series: His #9
Author: Shawn Lane
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short (34 pages)
Publisher: Amber Allure, Amber Quill Press (December 20th, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts
Blurb: Sexy nurse, Micah Florentine, is not Dr. Linus Montgomery’s type. Micah just wants to have fun. Linus, however, is the serious type. When Micah suggests they’d make excellent BFFs, Linus is willing to indulge him, since he’s interested in a fellow doctor anyway and figures nothing more will come of their friendship.

Yet as impossible as it seems, their friendship works, and soon, Linus actually finds himself interested in Micah as more than just a friend.

Can Linus convince the flirty nurse to give romance a chance? Or is it impossible for Micah to truly become his?

**This title is part of the A Cure For What Ails You AmberPax™ Collection.

ISBN: 978-1-61124-721-3

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: Impossibly His is book 9 in a series (named His), but as I said in my review of the previous book in this series, these are stand-alone books and you don’t need to strictly read these books in order. In fact, going through my files I discovered I already had the first book in the series and read it when it first came out three years ago.

Nonetheless, I always enjoy a Shawn Lane book. She always writes something short, sweet and to the point, which is also interesting with a satisfying ending, even if the ending is often abrupt. This book focuses on Linus (like from Peanuts), who is a new doctor to the hospital where Micah is a nurse. Micah has a bit of a reputation because he is often flirting with other nurses and doctors. Linus is very sweet, but his shyness and polite nature is often seen as him being a snob. Micah and Linus don’t immediately get into a sexual relationship. Instead, they start a friendship where both Micah and Linus share an attraction to another doctor, Geoffrey Spencer.

One thing I have to pick at, though: Geoffrey Spencer was a bit of a dick at the end of this book, but the impression I got in the beginning of this and in Hopefully His where he also appeared, was that he was a lot nicer. I had almost suspected that there was going to be a ménage between Geoffrey, Micah and Linus. And that just makes me wonder what the hell is going on with that character and does he get a story of his own.

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