Release day: Montana Actually
Today is the official release of Montana Actually by Fiona Lowe (book 1, Medicine River series) (paperback and ebook, Berkley). Here’s the blurb:
A big-city doctor in a small-town Montana practice … A former nurse who has sworn off doctors forever … The scene is set for passions to ignite in Big Sky Country. For readers of Robyn Carr and Sherryl Woods.
City doctor Josh Stanton and his sports car don’t suit the country, but with his medical school debt about to bury him, Josh has to make the best out of a bad situation. Adjusting to his new job and life in the middle of nowhere isn’t easy, but at least the views of the mountains—and one distractingly attractive local—are stunning…
After eight years away, Katrina McCade is back in Bear Paw for a break from her life, bad choices—and men. But when a broad-shouldered stranger bursts into town, she finds herself unexpectedly saddled with the town’s sexy new doctor as a tenant. Katrina doesn’t need a man to make her happy, especially a disgruntled physician. But try telling her body that…
Fiona dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:
I loved writing this book and blending family drama with some medical drama and overlaying it all with the humor that comes from everyday events. Publishers Weekly gave Montana Actually a starred review saying, “… The plot twists around medical emergencies, a second romance line involving Katrina’s brother, the troubles of a local youth, relationships between parents and children, and former lovers learning to be friends. All these elements contribute to the comfortable feeling of small town life. The witty conversations, family drama, and accurate (but never maudlin) descriptions of loss and grief will have the reader laughing out loud, wiping away tears, and eagerly awaiting future books.” I hope you pick up a copy of Montana Actually and give it a shot. I promise you a happy ending.