Friday, September 28, 2012

Scarlet Wilson: Are you a Medical Romance Virgin?


Did I capture your attention?  Well, I was trying to.

What kind of series books do you normally read?  Presents, with its high glamour settings and alpha heroes? Romance with its variety of settings and deep emotional stories?  Suspense or Intrigue stories where romance mixes with danger? Paranormal with its supernatural stories, or Historicals with their range from Vikings, to Romans, to Regencies?

Have you ever tried a Medical Romance?

Maybe now is the time to try!

Medical Romances can vary in settings from city hospitals, to rural outposts.  The characters vary too – sexy surgeons, dashing doctors (both male and female!), no-nonsense nurses and a whole range of other professionals.  It isn’t unknown for firemen, ambulance crew – both road and air, police and even vets to make an appearance.

The other variety in medicals is the HOT factor.  Some medicals are along the romance range, with the bedroom door closed.  Others have sexy scenes where the characters dictate it.  And others are in the steaming hot range!!

The variety in medicals is fantastic, as is my range of fellow medical authors – many of whom also write for other lines.  Two of our medical authors won the illustrious RITA award this year – Fiona Lowe and Sarah Morgan.

So, if you haven’t already, come and try of a medical romance.  You can buy them in the shops and online in the UK, and in the US, they might not be on the shelves but can be ordered from Harlequin, Barnes and Noble and Amazon.

Leave a comment for a chance to win my latest, a 2 in 1 with Anne Fraser.  I’ll come back in a few days and announce the winner in the comments.  Good luck!

A Bond Between Strangers
The mistake that changed their lives… 
Yesterday John Carter and Lily Grayson were strangers. Now, following an IVF mix-up, their genes are bound together for ever—only someone else is carrying their child! John's only thought is to get his baby back...until he realises that Lily is the person he truly needs to complete his life…
The Most Precious Bundle of All
Tears, triumphs and a tiny miracle

10 comments:

  1. I love romance with a kiss of danger. The one that will keep you on your toes and you-will-stay-up-all-night-just-to-finish-it type of a book. :D

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  2. I have read several medical romances and the are indeed often HOT :)

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  3. I read just about every series that Harlequin offers. I'm a long time Harlequin fan. I have read some medicals and I really enjoy them.

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  4. I'd love to find out what happens to Lily and John's baby. Do they get together and bring up the baby together? Do they allow the new mother from IVF to keep her baby? You definitely made me want to go out and check out this line of Medical tie-in books!

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  5. I am a long-time Harlequin reader, too.
    Mills and Boon (when they were just that!),
    Harlequin, Betty Neels (most were Medical
    Romances!), Presents, everything plus a
    couple of Paranormals. I think I gravitate
    towards Medicals because of my nursing
    background.

    Pat Cochran

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  6. I also am a long-time Harlequin reader. I have read about everything in their line and love them all. I have read a few medical romances and loved them.

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  7. Thanks for a great post and congrats on the newest release! Sounds intriguing :)

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  8. Congrts on the new release, Scarlet, the cover book is so sweet :)

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  9. My earliest Romance reads were actually medical. They were, & are, my older sisters favorites.

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  10. I haven't tried a medical romance before, but I would definitely like to! Not sure why I haven't read them before now, so I guess it's time to change that:)

    yadkny@hotmail.com

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