Book Review: ‘Doctor-Patient Confidentiality Volume One’ by Eme Strife


Title: Doctor-Patient Confidentiality Volume One (The Confidentiality Series)

Published: 13th December 2013

Publisher: (Eme)nded Publishing

Author: Eme Strife


Twitter: @emestrife


Two very different people.
One scandalous proposition.
Endless possibilities…


I can’t believe how different things are now; how complicated my life has become in such a short amount of time.

It was never supposed to be like this.

He’s off limits.

He’s always been off limits.

I keep telling myself that; that being here with him is not supposed to feel this good.

God, he’s not supposed to feel this good.

I wonder what my life would have been like now if I had gone to the clinic on a different day, or if I’d just insisted on going with the physician I was initially referred to.

Never in my life would I have thought that in the events that followed the beginning of a regular school week, a random checkup would end up spawning a highly angst-filled, incredibly confusing, and quickly-unfolding mess.


Feast your eyeballs and fall absolutely head over heels in love with Eme Strife’s new sizzling, intriguing, incredibly sexy, and captivating story that joins the recent New Adult contemporary romance serial tradition of Deborah Bladon, H.M Ward, and Brooke Cumberland. Each installment will keep you strapped to the very edge of your seat and constantly guessing on one hell of an emotional roller-coaster. You’ll never think of the phrase Doctor-Patient Confidentiality in the same way ever again.

This story unfolds over several volumes. IT IS NOT A STANDALONE. This is the first book.

Rated 18+
This series contains mature and adult content (nudity, graphic sex, and strong language). Because of its explicit nature, it is intended for mature audiences only. Reader discretion is advised.


Goes down as another off my 2017 Bookworm Bingo Challenge – A book you heard about from Goodreads. Prologue is very hot and steamy so you get an idea of where the characters are going to end up, you just have to wait around for that to happen.

Short and sweet with the story itself but the author manages to set the scene with how it will flow together and continue within the rest of the series. Ramona is on her way to a very early classical vocal practise where she is the lead vocalist and lead pianist, something others aren’t too pleased with. While there though she starts to get this pain in her stomach, something that has come on stronger over the past few weeks. You can see clearly how some in her class love the fact she is messing up and in pain, clearly a tough crowd. She knows she needs to go to the doctors but has a fear, the reason behind which we don’t know just yet.

From the start you know what Ramona and Doctor Deter will eventually get up to but you have to keep guessing at how it will come about. I mean they meet by a chance of fate because of a stomach pain problem she has been having. The first time they meet you can feel a dominating presence coming off him and she ultimately starts to turn into a submissive role, she even lowers her eyes. Though this might have more to do with her not being able to keep looking at him and not focusing on how he is making her feel down south. You get a glimpse into the classical world she is in for college and know she has had pain in her passed but are left in the dark as to what. Whatever it is it’s the one reason she says she will never fall in love. A fate worse than death for her but I’m thinking that even though her future might be uncertain with someone who shouldn’t really be hers her feelings might start to change. Whether that’s for the better is still to be seen.

Not much interaction between the characters as the book had more of a descriptive feel to it. Not so much a cliff hanger ending more like book on pause before starting the next chapter. As there are a few in the series I feel that it’s going to become a pattern style. Which is good to know going in so you don’t feel so shocked that it just ended.


3 out of 5 stars


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