Truly Madly Montana (Medicine River, #2) by Fiona Lowe

Truly Madly Montana (Medicine River, #2)

Summer in Montana brings heat with a chance of romance in the new Medicine River Romance from the award-winning author of Montana Actually Sexy and charming Australian doctor Will Bartlett will do anything to help out a friend, even if it means moving to Bear Paw for the summer. Some small-town hospitality, and the uncomplicated friendship of his co-worker, Millie, is just the ticket to shake off the restlessness that’s been gripping him lately...


Details Truly Madly Montana (Medicine River, #2)

TitleTruly Madly Montana (Medicine River, #2)
ISBN9780425276969
Author
Release DateJul 7th, 2015
PublisherBerkley Books
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Contemporary, Medical, Doctors
Rating

Reviews Truly Madly Montana (Medicine River, #2)

  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    2015-07-08
    Shelly's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsWill Barlett is willing to do anything to help out a friend, from giving love/dating advise to moving to Bear Paw to help out for a summer. Hanging with friends and exploring the area is just what he needs to shake off the grief he is hiding.Millie has a year of medical school under her belt and is heading home to Bear Paw for her clinical rotation only to find out, her secret crush Will Bart...
  • Melody May (What I'm Reading)
    2015-07-08
    Posted on What I'm ReadingI have to say that I'm falling in love with this series. I enjoyed the first book Montana Actually, but I thought Truly Madly Montana was even more fun. So, we get to focus on Will Bartlett and Millie Switkowski. I adore this couple, and they were a lot of fun. Poor Millie. She totally feels invisible when it comes to guys, because they tend to see her as one of the guys. It's kind of like what's wrong with me. She doesn...
  • 1-Click Addict Support Group
    2015-07-10
    I have thing for men in scrubs and Aussies... I also have a thing for Montana – I love to read about Big Sky Country (I swear, I will visit there someday) – so Truly Madly Montana ticked all the right boxes for me. I wasn't sure what to expect from this new-to-me author, but I got a very pleasant surprise. Dr. Will Bartlett finds himself in Bear Paw for the summer, helping out the local community and generally trying to work through what is a...
  • Veronica
    2015-07-05
    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.Will is an Aussie ER doctor working in Montana. He is confident, outgoing, intelligent and sexy as hell. He can have any girl he wants. Millie, a medical student and nurse who has a huge crush on Will. But Millie doesn't think guys are interested her. She isn't the ideal body shape, is a type 1 diabetic and she is considered just one of the guys. It takes a little time for th...
  • Ruthie Taylor
    2015-07-07
    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked ReadsThis is the second in a series, and I read it as a standalone, but will be going back to read Montana Actually, as I enjoyed the community of Bear Paw and would happily read more. I am also wondering which movie title Ms Lowe will base her next story upon - maybe Pretty Montana?I am a fan of medically based romances, as there is so much that can resonate with the reader, and t...
  • Roz ~ My Written Romance
    2015-05-04
    Full review in July as part of the book tour, but needless to say, Truly Madly Montana has all of the awesome. Big yay for the diabetic heroine - perfectly captured.
  • Angela Goodrich
    2015-07-05
    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.I feel as though I should start my review by explaining that Truly Madly Montana was not on my review list. While the book sounded interesting, the bulk of my to-read list is scheduled 3 months out and I rarely have a chance to add such a lengthy book at the last minute. But as the person who sets up the blog posts, I found myself intrigued by the excerpts for the book and re...
  • Pam
    2014-12-25
    I really enjoyed the first in this series and looked forward to more about this Montana town and I was not disappointed. I adored this book and the quirky characters we met along the way.Millie Switkowski is an RN and first year medical student home for the summer to help with the clinic and get more training. She is trying to convince everyone that she is managing her diabetes so they can back off, but she still gets those concerned looks from h...
  • Miranda (MrsLeif's Two Fangs About It)
    2015-07-03
    I thought this book had a great start. I thought the main character, Millie, was a really funny and charming character. She seemed realistic and relatable. I really enjoyed the first couple chapters with her POV. When she saw Will again at the wedding, I thought it was hilarious. Fiona made their interaction so funny, and what Will thought of Fiona literally made me laugh out loud. It definiltey through an interesting twist into the story. Howeve...
  • Brooke Showalter (Brooke Blogs)
    2015-07-05
    Truly Madly Montana by Fiona Lowe is the second book in the Medicine River romance series. I fell in love with Bear Paw, Montana and all the awesome characters in book one – Montana Actually. Truly Madly Montana gives us two developing romance stories: Millie and Will and Tara and Ethan. I don’t know if it’s just me, but I love falling for the secondary characters in this series. As much as I loved Will and Millie – Ethan was my favorite ...
  • Cathy
    2015-07-07
    "Truly, Madly Montana" by Fiona Lowe - this is a fun filled story with some adventure, love, laughter and tears. Millie and Will - Loved Them!! Millie - an RN with some health issues, is everyone's best friend. She longs to be that special someone but accepts that it probably won't happen, especially with her crush, Will. She's funny and kind yet so vulnerable. Will, an Aussie doctor, is Mr. Alpha - uber-sexy, especially with his accent. He's a g...
  • Jen
    2015-01-07
    This series keeps getting better! Will and Millie get off to a rocky start, partly due to her crush on him and partly because of an assumption he makes about her. The following weeks of them getting to know each other as friends and then lovers are filled with humor, medical emergencies, sad memories and a bit of heartache. Fortunately for all of us who like HEA's, Will redeems himself and goes after Millie. As a bonus, there is a second romance ...
  • Shari
    2015-07-11
    I was so excited to finally get Millie's story, whom we met in the first book of Medicine River. This book focuses on Millie. first year medical student whom returns home for the summer to work the clinic. Will, HOT aussie doc is also there for the summer helping out a good friend,, by working in Bear Claw. Can this just be a summer fling or will it be HEA? Of course we get also get the romance of Ethan, librarian and new cop in town Tara. Tara h...
  • Charlotte
    2015-12-24
    I once read a book where the characters were based in the hospital setting and a lot of medical terms were used to the point where I felt I was reading a medical book instead of a fictional story. This book didn't come as overwhelming me with medical terms.It was a mix of romance not just between Millie and Will but also that ice queen, Tara, and the town's Jack of all trades, Ethan. The descriptions and conflicting feelings of those characters h...
  • Casey Dawes
    2015-07-06
    I so loved that Fiona Lowe has connected with my fellow Montana author, Kari Lynn Dell, to get the facts about our great state correct. It shows in the story. When Kari Lynn planned the Montana Romance Writers conference in 2014, it included a stop at a medical helicopter outfit. Were those boys ... uh choppers ... neat! I could visualize the details in Lowe's book.Add to that, a heroine with diabetes. Wow. The physical constraints of that diseas...
  • Sarah
    2015-07-08
    Fiona Lowe writes such great small-town romance. Humor, heat, and great characters keep me reading. While I enjoyed Millie and Will's story, it was like a 2-for-1 deal with Ethan and Tara's secondary storyline.
  • JoAnne
    2015-07-01
    Read my review on RomanceJunkies.com by clicking on the link below:http://www.romancejunkiesreviews.com/...I rated it 4.5 but rounded to 5 on Goodreads.
  • Ann Lorz
    2015-07-20
    This is a wonderful second book in the series. I enjoyed it as much as the first. For a full review go to my blog. http://romancingthereaders.blogspot.c...Arc was given for a honest review
  • Margie's Must Reads
    2015-07-05
    A sweet and sexy romance, complete with loveable characters and lots of laughs; Truly Madly Montana is a hot summer read.
  • Kerrie
    2016-04-29
    Absolutely adore Fiona's style of writing, reminiscent of Susan Elizabeth Phillips in all the nicest possible ways.
  • Clare
    2017-10-15
    Loved this book and its premise...hero falling for a heroine which is not his typical type but she has diabetes and this makes things more complicated. I love having the hero taking care of his heroine :) I wish more time was dedicated to their romance though (that's why i removed one star). The secondary romance was interesting but i would have preferred the couple had gotten their own book. I dont like when the main couple share their romance w...
  • OpenBookSociety.com
    2015-08-12
    http://openbooksociety.com/article/tr...Brought to you by OBS Reviewer JerjenMillie Switkowski is a nurse and a medical student. When she returns home to Bear Paw for her summer clinical rotation, she is happy with her life. She is one year closer to earning her medical degree, she is managing her diabetes and she is sure that she is no longer in love with Dr. Will Bartlett. Nothing is going to prevent her from enjoying her summer and learning as...
  • Christine
    2018-01-30
    I love this series! I also loved the character of Ethan! So nice to know a hero doesn't have to be macho...and that the sexiest thing can just be being comfortable with yourself.
  • Catherine (The Sassy Bookster)
    2015-08-12
    Millie Switkowski is back home to Bear Paw for her clinical rotation but to her dismay, Australian doctor Will Bartlett will be filling in as her supervisor. Millie has had a crush on Will for a while now, but she's gotten used to being invisible and treated as one of the guys, so it's no surprise to her that Will does not see her as a woman. What makes it worse is that due to a series of misunderstandings, Will makes wrong assumptions about her ...
  • Kathy
    2015-05-04
    Truly Madly Montana is an absolutely charming addition to Fiona Lowe's Medicine River series. This second stop in Bear Paw, MT is another humorous and poignant novel than fans of small town romances are sure to love.Millie Switkowski is realizing her dream of becoming a doctor and while on summer break from school, she returns home to work in the local clinic as part of her clinical rotation. She is delighted to be chosen to work on the trauma te...
  • Maggie'may Reinders
    2017-02-23
    Was a easy read. Liked the characters and the problems they were dealing with. Was a little predictable and felt a bit mainstream but i enjoyed it. Fans of Jill Shalvis would like this book Writing style: 3 starsStory: 3 starsFlow of the story: 3 starsCharacter development: 3 starsHeroine: 3 starsHero: 3 starsSecondary characters: 4 starsTone/mood of the book: 3 starsEmotion evoking: 2 starsOriginality: 3 starsEnjoyment: 3 starsEffect ...
  • Melanie
    2015-09-24
    Full review available on All About Romance - http://likesbooks.com/cgi-bin/bookRev...Reasons I was really excited to pick up this book: hot Aussie, hot Aussie in scrubs, non-traditional heroine, heroine with disorder, small town cast of characters, librarian secondary hero, characters who actually talk to each other, and friends-to-lovers trope (well, kinda). Reasons the book then let me down: they didn’t actually talk to each other, people kep...
  • Books and Spoons
    2015-07-13
    Truly, Madly, Montana is a fun summer read, with two somewhat entwined love stories, endearing small town living, and interesting medical world making an entertaining package.The characters are charismatic and likable, it was easy to see their charm, and cheer for them to succeed. They are attractive, but not perfect, and they all have their issues to deal with.Will is devastated from the loss of his twin brother, and moved to the States. He trie...