Doctors & veterinarians (Lesbian Book Bingo #3)

I know many of you have been waiting none too patiently for this list. Medical romance novels have been popular not just since Callie & Arizona from Grey’s Anatomy.

Maybe it’s their great bedside manner or their white coats that makes women in medical professions such a hit with readers.

To make this square of the Lesbian Book Bingo even more interesting, I’ve added a handful of veterinarians to the mix.

If you need to brush up on the rules of Lesbian Book Bingo, check out the rules post.

 

15 GREAT LESBIAN MEDICAL ROMANCE NOVELS

I’ve put together a list of 15 books featuring stethoscope-wielding heroines:

The-Secret-of-St. Claire_Robin Alexander

The Secret of St. Claire by Robin Alexander

Veterinarian Nicole Allen is looking for something different. She finds it in the town of St. Claire, Louisiana with its hypochondriac rabbits, shotgun-toting shut-ins, and eclectic mix of people. The most alluring, though, is a woman who’s also looking for something different.

Available at:
Amazon

All-the-Little-Moments_G Benson

All the Little Moments by G Benson

Anna is focused on her career as an anaesthetist. When a tragic accident leaves her responsible for her young niece and nephew, her life changes abruptly. Completely overwhelmed, Anna barely has time to brush her teeth in the morning let alone date a woman. But then she collides with a long-legged stranger.

Available at:

Ylva Publishing

Amazon

Apple iTunes

Tricky-Chances_Camryn Eyde

Tricky Chances (Tricky series, book 2) by Camryn Eyde

Moving into the final years of Harvard Medical School, Darcy Wright matures with every fatigue-riddled experience she endures, however, the rigorous schedule of clinical rotations clashes with her attempts to navigate her sanity and her happiness. Olivia, her temperamental girlfriend with too many rules is an asset amidst the chaos; but can their relationship withstand the intensifying pressure?

Available at:

Amazon

Apple iTunes

Snowbound_Cari-Hunter

Snowbound by Cari Hunter

When heavy snowfall isolates the small English village of Birchenlow, a violent robbery shatters the community. Taken as a hostage and stranded with the increasingly desperate criminals, Sam is seriously injured during an ill-fated escape attempt. Already struggling to save the lives of the villagers caught up in the raid, Dr. Kate Myles volunteers to walk straight into the lion’s den.

Available at:

Bold Strokes Books

Amazon

Apple iTunes

Audible (audiobook)

Heart-Trouble_Jae

Heart Trouble by Jae

Dr. Hope Finlay learned early in life not to get attached to anyone because it never lasts.
Laleh Samadi, who comes from a big, boisterous family, is the exact opposite.
When Laleh ends up in the ER with heart trouble, Hope saves her life. Afterwards, strange things begin to occur until they can no longer deny the mysterious connection between them.
Are they losing their minds…or their hearts?

Available at:

Ylva Publishing

Amazon

Apple iTunes

Long-Shot_D Jackson Leigh

Long Shot by D. Jackson Leigh

If you’re going to bet a long shot, you have to be prepared to lose. 
Equine veterinarian Tory Greyson has always played the safe bet. That is, until she runs into a very cute, opinionated, jobless journalist. The small town of Cherokee Falls is just a pit stop for Leah Montgomery while she figures out how to put her career back on track and deal with her grandmother’s slide into dementia.

Available at:

Bold Strokes Books

Amazon

Apple iTunes

The-Origins-of-Heartbreak_Cara Malone

The Origins of Heartbreak (Lakeside Hospital, book 1) by Cara Malone

Alex’s world stood still the day her father passed. After more than a year of living frozen in that moment, she decides to take the first steps out of her grief by enrolling in a paramedic program. It’s in one of her first classes that she meets Megan, a pretty but aloof medical student who has a few skeletons of her own in the proverbial closet. Can they work together to mend their broken hearts?

Available at:

Amazon

All-That-Matters_Susan Meagher

All That Matters by Susan X. Meagher

Dr. Kylie Mackenzie’s happily gay, Blair Spencer’s happily straight. Their friendship is so intense friends and family start to question whether they’re setting themselves up for heartache. The question is whether each woman can change her view of both herself and her needs. The answer is All That Matters.

Available at:

Brisk Press

Amazon

Saving-Grace_HP Munro

Saving Grace by H.P. Munro

Charlotte Grace left Grace Falls at the age of seventeen, swearing she’d never return. More than twenty years on she still regrets breaking the heart of her first love. Erin Hunter has spent a lifetime recovering from having her heart shattered by the person she trusted most. Neither woman ever thought they’d see each other again. They didn’t count on Grace Falls.

Available at:

Amazon

L.A. Metro_RJ-Nolan

L.A. Metro (L.A. Metro series, book 1) by RJ Nolan

Dr. Kimberly Donovan’s life is in shambles. After her medical ethics are questioned, first her family, then her closeted lover, the Chief of the ER, betray her. Determined to make a fresh start, she flees to California and L.A. Metropolitan Hospital. 
When she meets Jess McKenna, L.A. Metro’s Chief of the ER the attraction is immediate.
Can either woman overcome her past to make a future together?

Available at:

Ylva Publishing

Amazon

Apple iTunes

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Fated Love by Radclyffe

What do you do when your carefully planned life takes a wrong turn into hell? When Quinn Maguire, a dashing young trauma surgeon, unaccountably accepts a position as an ER physician, her new boss, Honor Blake, suspects that Quinn is hiding a dark secret. While the two declare an uneasy truce in an effort to work together, both struggle with mutual, and unexpected, attraction.

Available at:

Bold Strokes Books

Amazon

Apple iTunes

Audible (audiobook)

Tie-Die-and-Flannel_Rhavensfyre

Tie Dye and Flannel by Rhavensfyre

Dr. Stacie Phillips is a young veterinarian trying to establish her new career. Maria is a free-spirit who lets life take her where it may. Find out what happens when a straight-laced flannel falls for a tie dye sort of gal.

Available at:

Amazon

Heartsick_Tracey-Richardson

Heartsick by Tracey Richardson

An ER physician and a paramedic must heal the most painful affliction of their lives―their own broken hearts.

Available at:

Bella Books

Amazon

Apple iTunes

Audible (audiobook)

Trigger (A Dr. Kate Morrison Thriller) by Jessica L. Webb

Dr. Kate Morrison races to discover how to defuse human bombs while learning to trust her increasingly strong feelings for the lead investigator, Sergeant Andy Wyles.

Available at:

Bold Strokes Books

Amazon

Apple iTunes

Audible (audiobook)

Blurred-Lines_KD Williamson

Blurred Lines (Cops & Docs series, book 1) by KD Williamson

Wounded in a police shootout, Detective Kelli McCabe spends weeks in the hospital recovering. Her only entertainment is verbal sparring matches with Dr. Nora Whitmore, the talented and reclusive surgeon. Two very different women living in two different worlds. When the lines between them begin to blur, will they run from the possibilities or embrace the changes they bring to each other’s lives?

Available at:

Ylva Publishing

Amazon

Apple iTunes

If you haven’t done so already, download your bingo card, pick the book you want to read for the “doctors & veterinarians” square, and start reading! Remember that you can either read one of the 15 books listed above or pick another lesbian medical romance.

Leave a comment to win a book

In addition to winning books by completing a line on the bingo card, there’ll also be a giveaway for each post. This time, there’ll be not one, but two lucky winners! One person will win an e-book copy of Fated Love by Radclyffe, and someone else will win a copy of Heartsick by Tracey Richardson.

To be entered into the drawing, leave a comment and let us know which book you’re going to read for the “doctors & veterinarians” square or if you can think of other lesbian books that fit this category.

I’ll announce the winners of the e-books on Thursday, February 8.

The reading list for the next bingo square—fantasy—will be posted on February 15. There’ll be another giveaway too!

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Happy reading!
Jae

83 thoughts on “Doctors & veterinarians (Lesbian Book Bingo #3)

  1. I only am allowing myself one Radclyffe, and figured I’d use her First Responder series “Heart Stop” for this square. Though, I do have to add to my to-be-read list now.

  2. I’m going to re read Tricky Chances by Camryn Eyde (I will also have to re read book 1 also – can’t just read book 2!😀).
    Love this series (and characters) and can’t wait for book 3.

  3. I will revisit All the Matters. It is a great read, and a hefty novel, so it will probably take all week, lol
    If time permits, I’ll tread Fated Love as well.

  4. I love the Cops&Docs Series and the Tricky Series (can´t wait for Part 3!). I also liked the Special Delivery Series by J.A. Armstrong, Flinging it by G. Benson is really good and Love Bites by Lila Bruce has a Veterinarian as a MC in it.
    I already have some books from your list on my kindle in my tbr but I really want to read Heartsick by Tracey Richardson :)

  5. I think I’m gonna give Blurred Lines a go, it sounds good! I’ve already read Heart Trouble and I want to discover more books! These all look amazing.

  6. I’m reading Special Delivery by J.A. Armstrong.

    Love this game so much, my reading list keeps expanding as there are so many books to read!

  7. I think I’ll be reading All That Matters. So many great choices though! It’s definitely hard to pick. I look forward to these posts though! I’ve learned about so many new authors. This is great

  8. Medical romances are my absolute favorite!! I’ve read most of the books on this list and I’d like to throw in the Rivers Community Romances by Radclyffe. 😊

  9. I have already read In a Heartbeat RJ Nolan for the bingo. but fancy reading the others mentioned particularly, The Secret of St. Claire by Robin Alexander. the rabbit on the cover intrigues me!

  10. I’ll be reading Battle Scars by Meghan O’Brien for this block. It’s been a few years since I read it and have been itching to jump back in!

  11. Great selection of books here. I’ve read quite a few of them already. Adding the others to my list as I love medical romances.
    If you enter me in the giveaway can you put me in the Heart Sick giveaway plz *I have audio but not ebook* as I already own Fated Love in all 3 formats.
    You can leave my name out the drawing if you like.

  12. This is a great list. I love playing along with Lesbian Bingo. And these lists have introduced me to some fantastic books to add to my reading list.

  13. I read Radclyffe’s Love on Call for this square. But I have some of the books on the list for maybe my second bingo card. I have almost finished my first 5 books for the bingo card. And it is fun!

  14. I’ve read a bunch of those listed already and have the square marked off with The Winder Path by Lyn Dowland. Otherwise I’d probably read/re-read one of Ann McMan’s books from the Jericho series. Loving the Lesfic Bingo game. :)

  15. All That Matters is one that I want to read too, but I think I will start out with Tie Dye and Flannel. I’ll save All That Matter for my second card, which I have started also. Oh myyyyyy…

  16. I’ve read LA Metro & Fated Love before, both very good. I really like this category but need a Mystery/Thriller book next…both Trigger & Snowbound look like they would also fit into Mystery/Thriller. So my next book will be 1 of them.

  17. I’m still finishing up with the last post of historical fiction, but I could’nt wait to see the suggestions for this one! I already read some of them, but there are some new ones that are on my to-read list for a wile now! I will start with Trigger ad The secrets of St. Claire and probably will re-read snowbound (it was one of my first I think). And my I win a price I already own Fated love by Radclyffe so Heartsick by Tracey Richardson would be awesome!! Good readings everyone! And thanks again Jae for doing all of this! It’s great!

  18. I am reading Battle Scars by Meghan O’Brien, featuring a veterinarian and a war veteran with PTSD. I got an early start, but now I am interested in some of the books on this list for future reading.

    I would add to the list:

    The Language of Hoofbeats by Catherine Ryan Hyde – A veterinarian, her wife, and their foster children move to a small town next door to a disapproving neighbor. This is by the author of Pay It Forward, which was adapted into a movie.

    Those Who Wait by Peggy J. Herring – Two sisters in love with the same woman. One sister is a doctor. For anyone trying to catch up on bingo, this is a fun, quick read.

  19. How exciting, I love Medical and vet romances. I read Heartsick for my choice to fill in my square. I’m plodding along slowly with my card and have quite a lot of squares to go but I’m a slow reader, even though I read around 4 hours each day it still takes me days to finish a book, sometimes longer.

  20. So many books…… I am going for a Radclyffe book, Against Doctor’s Orders. Love the lists…I’m finding at least one new author every time.

  21. I already read blurred line and the L.A. Metro series for it… And I for sure will read Trigger and Heart trouble again this year :)

  22. Jae, you should put a warning under these lists!😀
    Already commented to say that I’d re read Tricky Chances and then I thought it would be rude not to look at the rest of the list and maybe download a few samples that looked interesting…… have now read La Metro by R J Nolan and currently in the middle of Trigger by Jessica L Webb🤔.

  23. Snowbound was really good. Also read “Constant Companion” by Sybilia Grogan, check it out really great story. I will read Trigger since I already bought it!

  24. Love it when doctor leading ladies’ stories have semi-in-depth or distinctive doctor/medical issues scenes so that I’m deeply immersed into the professional lives of the characters as well as their personal/love lives (almost akin to watching a medical show). Packs a wallop when it comes to my investment in doctor characters when the medical stuff is described and integrated seamlessly into the progression of the love story, or when professional stakes are tied to/influence emotional stakes.

    So, I’ll aim for collecting the Rivers Community medical romance series by Radclyffe in paperback at some point. Also want to add one of Robin Alexander’s books to a square of mine because she knocks humor out the park. I mean, hypochondriac rabbits… gotta see what that’s all about. Definitely eyeing Susan X. Meagher’s, Tracey Richardson’s and Rhavensfyre’s books too.

    Who am I kidding? At some point, I want to have read all the books on this list!

  25. The Secret of St. Claire by Robin Alexander sounds fun. Since I love her writing, this one will be a good start for my foray into medical stories.

  26. I read Trigger by Jessica L. Webb, loved the book and all the series telling the story of Dr. Kate Morrison and Sergeant Andy Wyles, great stories, beautiful, enthralling dynamic of the characters. Now I’d love to read among others Blurred Lines by KD Williamson, but I’m definitely interested in more titles in this list

  27. I read Origins of Heartbreak for this square. It has a med student and an EMT student. I’ve read several of the others in this list too. I do love me a medical romance so I’ll probably check most of these out at some point.!

  28. Medical romances – what a great category full of very many great books!
    Who doesn’t love Docs in Love?
    For this square I just finished Heartsick by Tracey Richardson, a very warm story.
    I think G. Bensons All the little Moments is a very uncommon story that puts you right in the middle of the unvarnished turbulent live of Anna. A book that gives hope!
    Also the LA Metro Series by RJ Nolan and Radclyffes Rivers Community Novels hit in the middle of the heart with their so different and deeply drawn characters and their big community/family full of further fantastic storys.
    Everytime I read Jaes Heart Trouble I want to cook. Because of this book I tried to cook with pomegranates the first time – what an enrichment! I love cooking and enjoy trying new cooking styles from other countries – this book brought me the wonderful Persian Cuisine.
    When I’m in need of good mood I like to read Falling Hard – love Jordan’s humor and the funny, witty situations in this novel. My “Feel-Good-Book” currently.
    Mentioning Greys Anatomy (my wife is an addict to GA…) – One Novel on this fabulous list has every potential for such very big, grand, dramatic moments like in some special Ga’s episodes. I mean Fated Love by Radclyffe, such a heartrendingly beautiful novel that hits your inner core and brings your tears up and gives you this deep, deep, mega-rich “Oh-My-Good! – Oh-Yes!-Feeling”!
    (Hope you understand my wobbly German-English ;)

  29. I read Heart Trouble for this square and I really liked it. They way they got to know each other better was truly unique and I thought it was very sweet.

  30. There are several on this list I haven’t read that sound interesting. But I think I’ll be revisiting D. Jackson Leigh Long Shot for this square on my first card. I’m keeping all these lists for future read recommendations. Thanks again Jae, really enjoying this.

  31. So many good choices. I just (re)read all three books in RJ Nolan’s LA Metro series. For a first-time read, I have G. Benson’s All the Little Moments next on my list.

  32. Like many I have read and loved fated love when it first came out. I remember emailing the author to tell her and she replied she was glad as she’d worried about the book cos nothing happened in it. Was one of my faves for a long time. Read most on this list but there are always good suggestions I missed!

  33. I’ve read Rad’s Fated Love a dozen times (it’s my fave of hers) so I would read Tracey Richardson’s Heartsick for the bingo square since I enjoy her books and I haven’t read this one yet (waiting on payday to purchase but if I can get it free bonus lol )

  34. Love this list. I didn’t realize how much I enjoy this category until I saw just how many of the books I’d read and thought of as favorites. I used Ann McMan’s “Aftermath” to fill in the D&V square on my Bingo card.

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