The Exception – Published 2021
“Sonya Pope is pragmatic, always rational, and has no time for setbacks, so when she arrives at her elopement to find her fiance wants to break up rather than get married, she uses the flight home to reprioritize. But when a woman on the plane has a medical emergency, she puts her mental list-making on hold and jumps to action. Unfortunately, so does the cocky, almost-paramedic two rows back.
Ben “Trav” Travis totally got to that patient first, but the cranky nurse with the pretty brown eyes made a big show of taking charge. Sure, he might be one clinical rotation away from actually being a certified paramedic, but he has real-life experience. The kind he wouldn’t wish on anyone.
When Trav shows up at the hospital two days later to find the same woman is his preceptor, a second battle begins. Trav’s got too much riding on this to let a woman with a chip on her shoulder make his life miserable, and Sonya’s not about to let a pretty-boy with an adventure complex disrupt the one area of her life that she still has control over. But when a patient they both grow to care about needs their help, their head vs heart battle sparks into something neither one of them trained for.” – Goodreads
Thank you to the authors for the ebook ARC of The Exception!
This series is bookstagram’s best kept secret, and everyone needs to know about it. All three books are absolutely exceptional. They’re quick reads because they hold your interest and have the most lovable characters. They’ve got steam, romance, sweetness, and character development. You will be rooting for them, ESPECIALLY the men, the whole time. That’s not to say they don’t all have BA women in them; they do, but the guys…all the heart eye emojis.
Now, on to The Exception. Trav is swoony AF. While he’s got some baggage, he knows what he wants, he’s in touch with his emotions, he’s considerate, and he’s so stinkin’ romantic. I love him. 100 percent. I don’t think he’s topped Dylan, but he’s #2 for sure. Sorry, Josh, I still love you.
Something that all three books have is a vacation, camping or cabin element, which I really love. I love when characters are in forced proximity, and y’all know how I feel about a good friend group in books. There is no better friend group than that of the Summer Nights gang!
For real. Read this series.