Dr. Daniel Evans sees to the medical
needs of a unique squad of Navy Seals. Over time the men
have become his friends as well. One in particular however,
has become his own secret torment because Daniel has fallen
in love with him. The problem is that the object of his
desire and love is straight and thatís a big problem for the
Sam McKenzie and his twin brother Sky
joined the military, the Seals to escape their domineering
and controlling wealthy father. All Samís sexual
experiences have been okay since his first time but heís at
a loss as to why being around the Doc turns him hard as a
rock instantly. Heís not gay so what gives?
When Samís father threatens to harm Sky
unless Sam marries and produces an heir Sam doesnít see a
way out. What makes it even more difficult is that he is
beginning to accept his feelings for Daniel. Itís up to
Daniel to make Sam fully understand what true love is and
how much it truly matters.
Author Stormy Glenn explores gay
relationships and true love in The Doctorís Patience.
Mixed signals and a complex plot with a large cast are a
major part of this Navy Seals series. The big cast and
occasional mention of things never explained takes away from
this storyline but it can still be understood as a stand
alone book. Also, there are too many unnecessary typos.
The Doctorís Patience has some hot moments, major
misunderstandings and a sweet romance.