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Monday, December 6, 2021

Blog Tour- THE WHITE COAT EFFECT by L.B. Wells With An Excerpt & #Giveaway!

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the THE WHITE COAT EFFECT by L.B. Wells Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!


About The Book:


Author: L.B. Wells

Paperback Pub. Date:  March 12, 2020

Publisher: L.B. Wells

Formats: Paperback, eBook

Pages: 171

Find it:  GoodreadsAmazon, Kindle

Sometimes, even a doctor isn’t good enough for some parents.

Meet Rory, a young Jewish medical student “making the rounds” in search for the love of her life. After a series of bedroom mishaps, she decides to pursue surgery where she meets Amir, her Arabian prince.

Hot, passionate love ensues and transcends all mundane concerns until her past heritage catches up with her: she’s in the middle of a forbidden romance.

Tradition or love? It’s an age-old question.

The hot love between Amir and Rory doesn’t cool down. Now she is forced to choose between acceptance in her community—and the parents she loves—or give up the erotically charged cinematic love story she never thought she could find.

What will Rory do? 



“This was a page turner. Not only does the story tickle your senses, but the characters are well developed and I felt I knew them intimately. Hot and interesting would be the best way to describe it. I'm not that familiar with the medical world but this makes me want to dig deeper! The White Coat Effect would make a great movie or TV show... I hope that happens! Amazon Review

Fantastic book ! It was truly a page turner . As an Operating Room Nurse myself for 20 years , I could totally relate to the medical student’s experience while being scrubbed in and working with other residents and attending Surgeons. This book had me laughing one minute and crying the next. “Amazon Review



Excerpt from The White Coat Effect By L.B. Wells

I remember when I first truly fell in love with surgery. It coincided with my first true love for Amir Hadid, the man who changed my life.

* * *


The first two years of medical school had been primarily book learning. It was boring and seemed to involve tons of rote memorizing. Social life was a non-starter. I was horny and bored. My third year was also a colossal disappointment. Now I was entering the fourth year, rounding the corner of my first clinical year. Everything would change, I thought, as we engaged with real human patients. I stood in full uniform—scrubs, ponytail, clogs—ready to be thrown into the icy waters.


I had reported for duty at City Hospital in Westport without much instruction on what to expect. There were no smiles, no pleasantries. I was briefly introduced to my new surgical team, and I shook hands with Shay Meyer, the intense Israeli man who would be my chief resident for the month.


We headed toward the first patient’s room. Suddenly, a tall, dark figure in scrubs brushed past me. As our shoulders met, the tattered carpet generated a painful electric shock.


“Watch where you’re going!” I said.


“Everyone, listen up.” Shay, the chief resident, was now addressing us. “This is our fourth-year resident, Amir.”


“Oh shit,” I whispered, head down, my cheeks flushing with embarrassment at having rudely chastised an important superior.


I took the risk of looking at him. I had to look; we were being introduced. From behind the Clark Kent glasses, his eyes hit me with 360 joules of energy, the maximum setting on a defibrillator.


It was him, the handsome stranger I had seen in passing a few years prior and once, I confess, in my dreams. He stood well over six feet, with an imperious chest and broad shoulders filling out his short-sleeved green scrubs. His forearms flexed the muscles of a day laborer, his dark skin



All of his kinetic energy pulsed through light-brown eyes with a dramatic touch of emerald green. His face, deep in concentration, seemed to harbor a spiritual and probing intelligence.


Warning bells from my childhood were chiming insistently.


With a name like Amir and his coloring, he was almost certainly Arabic, not exactly the ethnic origin that my parents had in mind for a mate.


About L.B. Wells:

L.B. Wells is an avid writer, a decent tennis player and plays four instruments – piano, saxophone, clarinet and flute. She also composes music, speaks fluent Spanish and some Hebrew and loves to dance. By the way, she’s single. L.B.’s next book is the sequel to The White Coat Effect.



Giveaway Details:

3 winners will win an eBook of THE WHITE COAT EFFECT, International.

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Tour Schedule:

Week One:


Rockstar Book Tours

Kickoff Post


Two Chicks on Books



The Momma Spot



BookHounds YA



The Reading Devil

Excerpt/IG Post


#BRVL Book Review Virginia Lee Blog

Spotlight/IG Post


Rajiv's Reviews

Review/IG Post


The Girl Who Reads

Review/IG Post



Review/IG Post

Week Two:


One More Exclamation




Review/IG Post








Coffee and Wander Book Reviews




Review/IG Post

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