A review by setaian
The Best Medicine by Tracy Brogan


When Evelyn turns 35 she smashes right into the ticking time bomb that is her womb. With the help of her two closest friends and aided by a list of attributes the perfect guy should have she embarks on a quest to find the perfect husband. But her first few dates are almost enough to turn her lesbian.

When Tyler lands in the Emergency Department after an accident on a stolen Jet-ski she feels an immediate twinge in the pants department...but on her perfect match meter he rates an absolute zero. Adding to his dismal prospects, he's 10 years younger than her. But the pants will want what the pants will want.

The Best Medicine is pretty damned classy contemporary romance. Those of us who read a lot of the genre can recognise a trope from a mile away, but Tracy Brogan has delivered a surprisingly refreshing story about two people from different worlds who despite their differences are still attracted to each other. It's an entertaining and upbeat story, and a great book to read on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

Many thanks to Montlake Romance and Netgalley for providing me with this ARC