Review: Under the Scrubs by Katerina Baker

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000447_00006]Synopsis:

My life is ordinary, steady, predictable. And I’m okay with that. Working long shifts at the hospital is all the excitement I need.

But when a simple rescue-attempt goes wrong, I find myself in the arms of an arrogant, yet sexy FBI agent.

Kai Evans is what I’d call way out of my league. Yet, we end up dating. Sort of. That’s if you count fast-bike escapes and kissing while bullets fly around us as a date.

While Kai tries to keep me safe and alive, Tyler Moore–an ex FBI agent with a smart mouth–slithers into my life. Turns out, Kai and Taylor have a history. The kind that can’t be erased with a simple handshake.

Now it’s all about settling the score between them, and Taylor has the perfect weapon to use against Kai…

Favorite Lines:

I usually don’t keep track of favorite lines for romances and I didn’t keep track for this one (sorry!)

My Opinion:

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.

This story follows Emilia, a doctor who get caught up in a mystery when she delivers a famous heiress’s baby. We see her jump right in to whatever is thrown her way in her effort to keep the man she is falling in love with safe.

This story has a love triangle and I have to admit that I found myself rooting for both sides rather than one clear person over the other. Usually I know who I want my ship to be 100% but in this case, I would have been happy with either. Towards the end, I did find myself liking one more than the other but I wasn’t heartbroken when it didn’t work out the way I wanted.

I was pleasantly surprised that the plot didn’t go where I thought it was. Usually, I am pretty good at predicting the plot twists before they happen. In this case it was finding out who the father of the child was. I think that Baker put in some red herrings to make us think the identity was different than who it really was.

I have to say the only thing I found kind of odd about this book is that any of Emilia’s backstory didn’t really matter. She had medical training and she liked to cook. That was the extent of what we saw about her life. I wish that the story had more to do with her life and not the world she was whisked into.


Overall, this was a really nice and quick read. It didn’t require a lot of brain power; which is sometimes a good thing. It was a book that held my interest and I would recommend it to anyone who loves romance with a little bit of suspense. Until next time, happy reading!


Under the Scrubs

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