Instant Gratification - Jill Shalvis

Instant Gratification

By Jill Shalvis

  • Release Date: 2012-11-06
  • Genre: Contemporary
Book Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Book Review and summary Instant Gratification Jill Shalvis

Stone Wilder is no less a daredevil bad boy than the rest of his brothers, especially when the thrill of a lifetime is about to arrive in a surprising package. . .

The Doctor Is In Deep

Wishful, California, is 3000 miles from Dr. Emma Sinclair's last job in a New York City ER. Running her father's clinic for a summer, Emma treats bee stings, stomach flu, and the occasional pet cat. Then there's Stone Wilder: gorgeous, laid-back, and irritating beyond belief. Emma loathes him. Almost as much as she wants to throw him on her examining table and break every doctor-patient rule in the book. . .

Paging Dr. Sinclair. . .

"Shalvis writes with humor, heart, and sizzling heat!" --Carly Phillips

"A total original! Humor, intrigue, and scintillating sex. It doesn't get any better!" --Suzanne Forster

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  • Good read

    By PattiA810
    The second installment of the Wilder series is a good and engaging book. It is the story of Stone and Emma. Stone is the middle brother of the Wilders and Emma is the successful NYC ER doctor who has come to Wishful, California to help her father with his medical practice while he recoups from a heart attack. Stone and Emma's interactions and conversations always left me wanting more from them. I wanted to love this book as much as the first one but it fell a bit short for me. Emma is confused with what she wants. To go back to her life in NYC or stay and build on her newfound place in Wishful. Stone is hesitant to admit he has feelings for Emma and wants to her stay. Even the secondary characters of Spence and Serena didn’t hit the right notes. They knew with a chance meeting and one night together that they have something special together. I understand the reason for the vast difference between the two couples, it just made me wish for more complexity or depth. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed this book and the continuation of the Wilder series. I look forward to TJ's story next.

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