The Last Doctor She Should Ever Date Giveaway

My fourth book, The Last Doctor She Should Ever Date, is now on pre-release at mills and boon website. I’m so excited!

Last Dr US version

Last Dr US version


This book is about a damaged and publicity shy It girl, Daniella Donatello and devilishly handsome and commitment-shy sports doctor Zac Price. Based around a sports tournament this book was a departure from my usual GP/hospital set dramas as we’re taken around scenic New Zealand with a rugby team and a sex ban that tests the willpower of our trying-to-ignore-the-sizzle couple!

Last Dr Australia/NZ

Last Dr Australia/NZ


Not a sports fan? Don’t worry. The balance between sport and romance falls very heavily on the side of romance. But there are a few interesting insights into how a sports team handles the pressures of a very public tournament. But Dani and Zac and their burgeoning romance very definitely steal the show.

Here are my three covers…I LOVE the US and UK hero- yummy! The Aussie/NZ  one made me laugh because Dani looks ever so much like Zara Phillips (real life Princess) who married a rugby star…wonder if someone in marketing was having a little laugh to themselves?

I’d love you let me know your thoughts- do you enjoy sports in romance? Do you ever read medical romance? If so, what do you think? If not- would you like to try? I’ll give a book away to one commenter.

Last Dr UK Cover

Last Dr UK Cover


  1. Amanda Gardner on March 12, 2013 at 3:54 pm

    do you enjoy sports in romance?

    I have not read that many romances that have sports people in them so I enjoy the ones that I have read.

    Do you ever read medical romance?


    If so, what do you think?

    I like medicals because of the characters, the medical situations that occur in the book and learning about medical conditions I might not have heard about before

    • louisa on March 12, 2013 at 5:18 pm

      Hi Amanda, thanks for coming along and reading the blog! Like you, I enjoy finding out new things through the books I read!

  2. Karen on March 12, 2013 at 6:42 pm

    Hi Louisa, the first mills and boons I read were medical romances – Doc’s and nurses! Amazing how far they have come now, and so much more scope! Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy 🙂

    • louisa on March 13, 2013 at 8:34 am

      Hi, yes- the editors push us to write about new settings / themes etc and not all the heroes and heroines are doctors or nurses these days- we have vets, physios, naturopaths, cops and firefighters too!

  3. louisa on March 22, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    Amanda and Karen, how could I possibly choose between you two? I’ve decided to send you both a copy of my new book. Contact me at:

    louisageorgeauthor (at) gmail (dot) com with your adresses and I’ll get the books into the post!

  4. Tetesa on March 22, 2013 at 4:36 pm

    First of all I like alot differ types of books. But, when I see one that is medical, I read it. I use to be a nurse, untilI got hurt, not able to work any longer. Hmmm, thoughts on sports with romance; Yes, if it is done right. Thanks, for doing the giveaway. Is The Last Doctor, in ebook format now.

  5. Ruby on March 23, 2013 at 5:47 am

    As a Nurse Practitoner,I’ve never been a big fan of medical romance, but I am a big fan of rugby and NZ so I may change my mind about this one.

    • louisa on March 27, 2013 at 8:35 am

      Ruby, I know what you mean, I was a nurse for over 20 years, so I didn’t always want to read stories about ‘work’- but I truly LOVE them now!

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