The Real McCoy

The Real McCoy

Sheryl Leonard / May 25, 2019

The Real McCoy Stephanie Hays RN has been infatuated with the handsome well respected Dr Peter Granville since her days in nursing school And now she has the good fortune of working alongside the Great Granville

  • Title: The Real McCoy
  • Author: Sheryl Leonard
  • ISBN: 9781612186870
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stephanie Hays, RN, has been infatuated with the handsome, well respected Dr Peter Granville since her days in nursing school And now she has the good fortune of working alongside the Great Granville in his hospital unit There, she spends her days longing for precious scraps of his attention, even if they re won only by her legendary clumsiness Dr Luke Carter is GraStephanie Hays, RN, has been infatuated with the handsome, well respected Dr Peter Granville since her days in nursing school And now she has the good fortune of working alongside the Great Granville in his hospital unit There, she spends her days longing for precious scraps of his attention, even if they re won only by her legendary clumsiness Dr Luke Carter is Granville s senior resident and a man who attracts women like ants to a picnic But the only woman he wants is Stephanie, and she s blinded by her attraction to Granville She fails to see him through Luke s eyes as a cold, egocentric bully who ll do anything to get to the top Determined to make Stephanie realize the unsettling truth about her idol, Luke conceives a plot to reveal Granville for who he really is Is this the ticket to winning Stephanie s heart at last or will it drive her straight into Granville s arms

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    456 Comments

    1. This fit firmly the definition of chick lit /women's fiction. Canadian Brit chick lit. This was like a sensually squeaky clean (G to PG) version of Bridget Jones's Diary and Grey's Anatomy . It was fascinating as a woman in the United States to see the career, personal, social, and adversity life intricacies of a woman in a British Canadian professional middle class enivroment with some visits to the upper class world. At the same time Stephanie had fears and problems as a daughter, sister, and [...]


    2. this was the most frustrating book I have read for 2013 so far. and hopefully the last.why did this book not work for me?its full of unbelievable stuff! have you ever heard of a clumsy nurse? if not, I introduce to you Stephanie Hays, RN. she falls and trips everytime and she's notoriously known for being a walking disaster. can you imagine her doing assisting while you have an operation? I can just see her trip with a tray full of sterile scalpels, while part of someone's brain is open and the [...]


    3. Horrible character development, and the main character seemed like an idiot, being in love with a man she had never talked to for years and being obsessed with him while he acted like a loser, then still trying to defend him while seeing him act like a loser for herself. Lame. I had to skim the last half of the book because I wanted to see how this swill ended, but couldn't take actually reading this drivel any longer.How in the world does this book have a 3.68 average rating on right now?


    4. The girl had the mentality of a high schooler- she's obsessed with a man she's had one interaction with, and lashes out against anyone she feels is not giving him enough respect. Felt long and very stilted.


    5. Not a bad story butI liked the story line , but it was poorly written. Like a team age book report. Too childish for my liking


    6. At first I had a hard time getting through the book but then I started to love Stephanie and understood her completely. However, I feel like the author sped through this book. The end especially. I feel like though there wasn't much more that they could do she could have given it more than five paragraphs. it's a good story I did really enjoy it.


    7. Tenía ganas de leer algo en inglés y opté por esta novela sencilla y sin pretensiones, el típico paperback para leer "sin pensar". Me ha hecho gracia primero, porque me recordaba a los líos de la serie Grey's Anatomy, y segundo, porque me identificaba mucho con la torpeza de la protagonista xDD


    8. The real McCoyIt has the cliff hangers you need and the excitement and love you least expected. Granville was a bully and arrogant doctor. Meanwhile his attending doctor was sweet and Caring. Recommend this book for anyone who needs a good romance.


    9. Loved it!You know it’s a great book when u can’t put it down and finish it right away while there are other things that needs to be done. Definitely one of the better books I’ve read.


    10. Cute love storyA cute love story. No love scenes, but that was okay. Heavy on the medical, which too was okay because it wasn't too over the top.


    11. 2.5-3 starsSynopsis:Stephanie Hays, RN, has been infatuated with the handsome, well-respected Dr. Peter Granville since her days in nursing school. And now she has the good fortune of working alongside the ?Great Granville? in his hospital unit. There, she spends her days longing for precious scraps of his attention, even if they?re won only by her legendary clumsiness. Dr. Luke Carter is Granville's senior resident ? and a man who attracts women like ants to a picnic. But the only woman he want [...]


    12. Stephanie Hays, RN, has been infatuated with the handsome, well-respected Dr. Peter Granville since her days in nursing school. And now she has the good fortune of working alongside the ?Great Granville? in his hospital unit. There, she spends her days longing for precious scraps of his attention, even if they?re won only by her legendary clumsiness. Dr. Luke Carter is Granville's senior resident ? and a man who attracts women like ants to a picnic. But the only woman he wants is Stephanie, and [...]


    13. I've recently reread this book, and I did not find it as amazing as the first reading. I still loved the story, but the writing was far too formal. Who really calls their parents Mother and Father, not only to their faces but also to doctors as well? And would a man seriously call his daughter 'daughter' rather than use her actual name?Furthermore, Stephanie annoyed me. Although she claimed to be in love with her medical idol Dr Peter Glanville, she only ever calls him Dr Glanville, very imperso [...]


    14. The blurb to this book seamed interesting. The book itself was not. The main character was inmature and anoying there was alot of unnecessary detail and the writing style felt like it was more high schoolish than being aimed at adults.Writing style: 1 starsStory: 2 starsFlow of the story: 1 starsCharacter development: 1 starsHeroine: 1 starsHero: 2 starsSecondary characters: 1 starsTone/mood of the book: 1 starsEmotion evoking: 2 starsOriginality: 2 starsEnjoyment: 2 starsEffect on me [...]


    15. This story was very sweet. I am giving it 4 stars, but it's more a 3.5 for me. The story flowed very well, and I had was very surprised at how the twist in the story took place. Although the writing is very good - In my opinion Ms Leonard's style has an old fashion quality, which I think would be better suited for novels taking place in an earlier century. This is where it loses a half star for me, because most people wouldn't talk in this fashion, so the dialogue was strange for the environment [...]


    16. This book as a whole is actually pretty good. With random pov's from the male lead I enjoyed his random insights. Where this book lost me was the end. Although I love me a HEA I don't like when they're rushed, and this one was SUPER rushed I feel. It was like the whole book built up to this momentous decision and from one page to the next the decision was made and the book was ended. I just felt like the build up led up to this giant spark but rather than explode it just kind of fizzled.


    17. This book was, how can I put it? Bland. It is the story of a love triangle that never was and the love story that never happened.It's written well enough, but the characters lack somethingfe, maybe? No butterflies in your stomach as you read the no real connection to the love story really nothing special.


    18. I always love to read stories set in Canada, and even more so when Tim Hortons gets a mention. Mmmmm.timbitsBack to the review - this was a nice, quick read. The characters were lovely, except for one (we've all had a Dr Granville in our work lives at some stage, admit it). Very G-rated, but still quite sweet.


    19. Sweet, but cheesyThe story spends so long building and has a very compact ending that's leaves you wanting. I had a difficult time relating to the main character and she seemed kinda pathetic in her desperate attempt to be noticed, then becomes a wishy-washy mess. Other characters are flat with no depth. Can't say I would recommend this or read another by this author.


    20. FantasticI'm a high school senior who is passionate about my future as a nurse and finding this book as absolutely wonderful. I couldn't put it down! I felt so connected to Stephanie and she exemplified everything I want to be: loving, studious, and careful. I would recommend this book to anyone. I was never bored!


    21. GOOD READGOOD READShort story about the love found between Dr Luke and nurse Stephanie. Enjoyed the story but very sad in parts. Was so glad that the evil received what they deserved. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys a good quick read on a rainy afternoon.


    22. I quite liked this book. I enjoyed the lead characters and how there was narration at times from them both. I generally do not like when there is more than one narrator, but in this case it worked. I would recommend this book.


    23. This was okay. There just wasn't much romance to this. I'm unsure why Luke was attracted to Stephanie. She wasn't very nice to him once she finally noticed his existence. And she was extremely blinded by her infatuation with Dr. Granville. The misplaced loyalty was frustrating.





    24. This should have been a DNF. But for some reason I keep thinking it would improve. It did not. Do not waste your time on this. Reread something good instead.




    25. Sweet Love StoryGreat read; a sweet love story. This is my kind of story. Makes you believe in true, lasting love. I can't wait to read more by this author.


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