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    Loved it!

    I was so excited to finally get Millie's story, whom we met in the first book of Medicine River. This book focuses on Millie. first year medical student whom returns home for the summer to work the clinic. Will, HOT aussie doc is also there for the summer helping out a good friend,, by working in Bear Claw. Can this just be a summer fling or will it be HEA? Of course we get also get the romance of Ethan, librarian and new cop in town Tara. Tara has been hurt in previous relationships, can Ethan win her love. Loved the story line of Millie and her diabetes, a great job was done. I highly recommend this book, a stand alone story but fair warning you will go back back and read book one. I received this book from netgalley for an honest review.
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    Enjoyable and sensitive

    Millie Switkowski is back home to Bear Paw for her clinical rotation but to her dismay, Australian doctor Will Bartlett will be filling in as her supervisor. Millie has had a crush on Will for a while now, but she's gotten used to being invisible and treated as one of the guys, so it's no surprise to her that Will does not see her as a woman. What makes it worse is that due to a series of misunderstandings, Will makes wrong assumptions about her sexuality and is content relegating her to the friend zone. Now that he will be supervising her, she knows she'll have a fight on her hands keeping her attraction to him secret. Working together, a friendship develops between Millie and Will and becomes something more but they haven't been completely honest with each other and the secrets they're both keeping may hurt their budding relationship. Charlie lives life like each day is the last one, indulging in extreme sports and having as much fun as he possibly can with his busy schedule. Millie has spent most of her life under the watchful eyes of the town and really just wants to be treated normally, so much so that she hides her medical issues from Will until she's forced to come clean. I really enjoyed the previous book so I was looking forward to this story and I was not disappointed. TRULY MADLY MONTANA is both fun and serious at the same time. Ms. Lowe competently combines tragic loss and living with a medical condition is a way that the reader is able to enjoy the humor and romance while being sensitive to the more serious issues in the story. Charlie has suffered the loss of someone very close to him and his fear of losing someone again makes him avoid commitments in a major way. When he finally finds out about Millie's condition, he's very quick to end things between them in a futile bid to avoid getting hurt. All Millie wants is to live normally so she has taken every precaution available to safeguard her health and keeping the truth from Will is one way to ensure that he's normal with her. I really liked Millie because she knew that life was short and was willing to put herself out there for happiness, unlike Will who had shut down and kept people out. Charlie and Millie's story made me think about how difficult it must be for a physician to love and live with someone with a medical condition that cannot be cured and how that can affect their jobs. On the fun side, I enjoyed the secondary romance between Ethan and Tara but I would have loved them to have their own book. The colorful townspeople never fail to make me smile, especially with their addiction to Twitter. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    This series keeps getting better!

    This series keeps getting better! Will and Millie get off to a rocky start, partly due to her crush on him and partly because of an assumption he makes about her. The following weeks of them getting to know each other as friends and then lovers are filled with humor, medical emergencies, sad memories and a bit of heartache. Fortunately for all of us who like HEA's, Will redeems himself and goes after Millie. As a bonus, there is a second romance between the nerdy town librarian and the stern new sheriff's deputy. Ethan is one the sweetest guys ever and I wish his and Tara's story would have been longer. I love this small town series and look forward to the next one. I hope Ty, the heartbroken cowboy from the first book in the series get his HEA soon! I received an ARC via NetGalley for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review, all conclusions are my own.
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