Book Review: The Queen Of Hearts, by Kimmery Martin.
Kimmery Martin’s excellent debut novel serves up an irresistible mix of romance, ER drama, friendship and betrayal. Martin, a physician herself, writes in a clear and lively way, flashing between the friends and between present day and their exhausting but exhilarating medical school years. In her hands, dramatic hospital scenes and routine kitchen conversations are equally compelling.
The Queen Of Hearts is a rare breed of novels that’s both smart and light, sexy and serious, and completely addictive. I’m most impressed by Martin having written this book with her own medical career (an emergency room physician), her prolific book reviews, and her own family at home.
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Book Review: Queen of Hearts by Kimmery Martin. My rating: 5 of 5 stars Publish Date: February 13, 2018. This book has the medical drama, excitement, and steamy work romance of Gray’s Anatomy, and the female bonds, motherhood struggles, secrets, heartbreak, and wit of Big Little Lies tied up in one delectable package. I LOVED it, and I couldn’t get enough of it. I received a copy of this.
The Queen Of Hearts by Kimmery Martin. Release Date: February 13, 2018. Zadie and Emma have a friendship that has stood the test of time. They went to medical school together, endured the highs and lows of dating, and are now juggling the demands of a family as neighbors in North Carolina. Their lives and careers were pretty uneventful until a colleague nicknamed, Dr. X joined their staff.
Kimmery Martin is a physician, book reviewer, author interviewer, travel blogger, obsessive reader, and general all-around literary nerd who lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband and three children. The Queen of Hearts is her first novel.
The Queen of Hearts Kimmery Martin, 2018 Panguin Publishing 352 pp. ISBN-13: 9780399585050 Summary A debut novel set against a background of hospital rounds and life-or-death decisions that pulses with humor and empathy and explores the heart's capacity for forgiveness.