Review: Prescription for Love – Zee Monodee


Title: Prescription for Love (Destiny’s Child #1)
Author: Zee Monodee
Genre:  Romance
Release Date: May 19th 2017
Rating: ★★★★☆/★★★★★
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This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review


This is the first book I have read by this author, and it was an interesting, enjoyable yet fast read including a forensic pathologist and a doctor.

The story was a tender romance filled with plenty of emotion.
After Margo Nolan was ruined by one man, she has built a wall and plenty of layers around herself for protection.
She is great at her job as a forensic pathologist. Her work is basically her life until she becomes the guardian of 11-year-old Emma.

After moving, Margo Meets her next door hottie Dr Jamie Gillespie whom she discovers later how good he is with children, and how willing he is to help out with Emma… She has loved her since the day she was born.
Margo was used to living by herself, but now she has more responsibility than just herself, and she wants to be a great mum to Emma.


Margo looks like a “cold” tough and complicated character yet tender (due to her past and her occupation that forced her to hide it). It takes her a while to break the ice and come to realise she’s capable of loving; loving her baby girl and falling in love as well.

Jamie is a doctor (he’s younger than Margo) and a mentor to Emma, but he’s also the one that got the skills and qualifications to break through Margo’s walls. How will he be able to do that? it’s up to you to really find out

The storyline is fluent flowing and will have you hooked up on reading till the very last page and so is the style that this story is written in.
Would i recommend it ? ABSOLUTELY!!!!

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