Okay, so… this one time, I was camping (not at band camp) with my girlfriends. We were only teens (15-16?) but at a fairly safe and popular camp site with parental supervision, and we had a MAD CRUSH on this lifeguard there named “Nicholas”. He was in his late teens to early 20s and cover-model worthy. Ohhhhhh but we never had the guts to actually go up to him and talk to him or even ask his name. Nope. But Nicholas was a total hottie, and a group of other girls told us his name (as they, too… were crushing hard, and much bolder than us).
Anyway… we never got to flirt with him, just ogled him from afar, and spoke about him for weeks to come. And then one night (maybe a month or two later) I was having an asthma attack and my parents called the ambulance. I’m makeupless, in ratty pajamas, with a crooked top-knot on my head angling to the side, looking like a ridiculous palm-tree-mushroom thing. And wouldn’t you know it… my EMT?? Nicholas. Yep.
I even asked him if that was his name, and if he worked at the campsite that summer, and he confirmed it (blushing, ’cause his crew were behind him laughing at the hot-mess-of-a-teen crushing on him wheezing through her nebulizer mask).
What a coincidence right?? IT WAS MEANT TO BE!!! Nope. LOL!!! We never ended up dating, or even… speaking. *sigh*
Stupid real life!!! That’s why I LOVE these kinds of books. 😛
Okay so… on to the question:
Love your website and I’m hoping your awesome readers can help me find a book.
It’s a romantic comedy about a girl who gets sick and goes to the ER a complete mess – unshowered, crazy hair and hokey sweatpants and is treated by a very cute doctor and they start dating.
I can’t remember anything else. Please help!
I think she wrote another book related to this and didn’t write anything for a long time and finally came out with another book this past fall. But
I could be wrong. Haha
Thanks for your help!
Anyone know it?
Elena: Wrong (Wrong Series Book 1) by Jana Aston?
Tracey: Nope, but thanks for the suggestion. And it’s supposed to be holey sweatpants not hokey. Lol. Darned autocorrect
Maryse: LOL!!! But “hokey” works too Tracey. I didn’t even consider it was an autocorrect. *snort*
Ashley: This is not it but Dear Bridget, I Want You by Penelope Ward (which has actually been retitled British Bedmate) starts off with the h in the ER with a fishing fly stuck in her butt and the ER doctor is hot and British!
Charity: That scene sound very similar to When You’re Ready (The Ready Series Book 1) by J.L. Berg. However it’s her daughter that is sick not her. The Mom is a hot mess and the doctor that treats them in the ER is hot and they end up dating. It’s also the first of a series.