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  • By Sarah Greenwood on October 14, 2015

    I have never read anything by Cathy Woodman before so I felt pleasantly surprised with how the story played out. It wasn’t until I had read the book that I realised it was part of a series, though I think most can be read as stand alone books like this one. I liked the author’s light style of writing with how she creates her story.The title may be a little misleading, as only one of the leads is a vet, Matt, with the other being a doctor, Nicci, but the romance defiantly isn’t. When Matt and Nicci first meet you can see the sparks fly between them, even if Nicci is causing him a bit of pain trying to sort out his shoulder. This would be ok in a normal situation but as Nicci is the local GP and Matt is the patient it makes things a little more complicated. Matt never the one to back away from something he wants just goes right ahead and switches doctors so Nicci will have no excuses for dating him.Their romance gets off to a great start, even with their crazy work schedules, the chemistry between the characters is clear. Everything seems to be going in the right direction for them, but with Nicci’s sister, niece and nephew suddenly showing up for a ‘visit’ which turns into a lot longer, Matt’s ex dropping some devastating news on him and Matt’s dislike of Nicci’s eventing for fear she might get hurt, things start to unravel fast. A lot of things seem to be being thrown at them and they have to decide if all the stress is worth it in the end.After about half way through you can see how the story is going to play out (it is a romance novel after all) but I still found it a good lunchtime read, a light-hearted romance to get swept away with. It does make me want to check out the rest of the series now.https://readingnook84.wordpress.com/2015/06/14/book-review-vets-in-love-by-cathy-woodman/

  • By Kate’s Book Spot on September 13, 2012

    Having read and enjoyed other books by this author I couldn't resist buying this one which is number five in the Talyton St George series.Before the story begins there is a little map of Talyton St George, this is something that I really like because it gives me a clearer picture in my mind of where everything is.The only issue I have with books about vets is that I find it very difficult to read about hurt/injured animals, even fictional ones, so seeing as this book started off with a dog being hit by a car I kind of felt like I couldn't read on. Obviously I did carry on reading and I'm glad I did because, as always with books by this author, the personal lives of the villagers are so entertaining that I can forgive a little bit of upset and tears over the animals (I just have to keep reminding myself that they aren't real!)Tessa's wedding day was brilliant, it was very eventful and ended with a bizarre confession from her great-aunt! I was pleased when she decided to take on the running of the animal sanctuary as I felt it would be a fresh start for her, it certainly brought about a lot of changes in her life - some good and some not so good.I really enjoyed reading about the day-to-day running of the sanctuary, having done some volunteer work at an animal sanctuary myself I loved all the memories it brought back.The romance side of the story was good, the tension between Tessa and Jack was so exciting to read but just when I thought I had it all figured out something happened that completely shocked me!There was also a sinister side to the story with Tessa being secretly watched and when all is revealed she found herself in quite a scary situation.This is another fantastic read from Cathy Woodman, creating a mixture of emotions throughout.

  • By Judy on May 28, 2013

    I think Cathy should write about what she knows. Her books about Otter House Vets were super. She was writing about something she really knows with smatterings of the drama of day-to-day veterinary practise with lots of romance for good measure. We fell in love the the members of the staff as well as local and lovable village characters. "Vets in Love" seems almost to be written by someone else, not Cathy Woodman. What happened to Talyton St. George and its locals? This book could almost be in any location in Devon. The language is immature and the characters are shallow. I found it very difficult to warm to Nicci and Matt seems like a non-entitiy. I've read all of Cathy's books and it seems the further the subject gets from Otter House, the less credible the story.

  • By Mrs. Chris on March 24, 2014

    Cathy Woodman has become one of my favorite authors. I think I first saw her name on Book Bud or Goodreads. After reading her first veterinarian book, I quickly became hooked. I was fortunate that a very good friend had given me an Amazon gift car for my birthday, and I was able to get quite a few of Woodman's books as a birthday treat.

  • By Jeanine Owens on May 7, 2016

    Love Cathy Woodman's books about the people of Tarleton St George. Wish the publishers would release more of her books in the US.

  • By Tara Niland on December 5, 2012

    What happens when the village GP Nicci and the local Equine vet Matt catch each others eye, well believe me it's anything but calm. Will they or wont they get together and if so will they stay together!! Will love conquer all, and of course as always theirs the usual disfunctional family members along the way plus the local village gossipers and throw in the odd ex or two and its bound to be a rocky road. I found this book to be a nice light read and am giving it 4 stars out of 5, little bit too predictable for me.

  • By Ac2uary on May 1, 2015

    Love this series!

  • By T Leonard on December 9, 2012

    The book was romantic and a happy ending. I recommend it to all woman. I want to read more like this :-)


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