Playing Doctor by Kate Allure…ARC Review

Playing Doctor releases 1/6

playing doctor review

The doctor will see you now…

Three sizzling-hot erotic romance stories to stoke your mood…


In The Intern, the temperature of Dr. Lauren Marks’ office quickly rises when her new medical intern, Courtney, turns out to be a passionate and sexy young man.

My review:

About a year ago, Dr. Lauren Marks marked the end of her 9 year marriage. A marriage she thought was great. She and her ex had shared many passionate nights and a love of their professions, both being doctors. It was finally hitting her that she was in serious lack of a relationship. No, not an emotional one, per se, but instead a physical one. Enter her new intern. An intern, that when she agreed to take on, had no idea was a man. And it turned out he was a very sexy man. Soon she realizes that he may share the same attraction she feels and they embark on a sexual charged push and pull. That, of course, turns into a full-blown sexcapade for the duration of his stay in her small town and turns out that it was exactly what she needed to get her groove back, so to speak. This story was hot and sexy with fantastic sexual tension that I really enjoyed reading.



Valerie realizes all of her fantasies when her sexy surgeon and her loving husband team up to offer her some extra-special treatment in My Doctor, My Husband, and Me.


When Valerie starts to have feelings for her sexy surgeon, it completely throws her for a loop. She was happily married and would never dream of cheating on the husband she had a wonderful relationship with. But that doesn’t stop her mind from wandering to the possibilities of what would happen if she could enjoy both men. Would her husband, and the doctor, even agree to it? Deciding she had nothing to lose, she goes for it and to her surprise, both men agree. This takes her into a world of pleasure she has never known and she is determined to hold onto it as long as they all are enjoying their time together.
This story was also done really well and I appreciated the relationship Valerie has with her husband as well as her deciding to act on her fantasies.




Nikki gets more than she bargained for in Seize the Doctor when the hot guy she recently met at a bar walks into her exam room wearing a white coat. Good thing she wore her sexiest lingerie.

My review:

Imagine Nikki’s surprise, and mortification, when the mystery man she met at a club last night and whose number she hadn’t gotten turns out to be the doctor filling in for her annual check-up. Could it get any worse? After the embarrassment fades, however, she is still kicking herself for not getting his number for a second time now, and decides to call him at the office. That call turns out to be the best call she made in quite some time and the relationship that grows between her and her sexy doctor is both sexy and sweet and proves that love can come from the strangest of circumstances.

This story was by far my fave of the trio. I enjoyed the way Nikki and Hunter met and how they ended up coming together again. It was equal parts hot and sweet and I really enjoyed it.
Overall, this is a great book with three short stories that you can read on your lunch breaks. They are all sexy and fun and explore three different scenarios and are all terrific. I definitely recommend for all of the erotic lovers out there!

Thank you, Ms. Allure, for three great stories!


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Book links:

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About the author:

Kate Allure is the author of the Meeting Men erotic romance anthology series about real women meeting handsome professional men as they go about their everyday lives—and the fun they have with them behind closed doors! In addition to her debut novel, Playing Doctor, the series includes Lawyering Up (Sourcebooks, June 2015), Getting Serviced, and Extra Credit. Her second series, Club Exotica, is set in a posh, ultra-private London club where a woman’s every naughty fantasy can come true (Sourcebooks, late 2015).

Kate has been a storyteller her entire life, writing plays, short stories, and dance librettos throughout her childhood and later for semi-professional theater and dance companies. Her non-fiction writing included working for American Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet and authoring a weekly arts column for local papers. Beyond writing, Kate’s passions include traveling and exploring all things sensual with her loving husband.

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