There’s no such thing as a class divide – until you’re on separate sides.
Brianna Worthington has beauty, privilege and a very healthy trust fund. The only hardship she’s ever witnessed has been on the television. Yet when she’s invited to see how her mother’s charity, Medic SOS, is dealing with the aftermath of a tornado in South America, even Brianna is surprised when she accepts.
Mitch McBride, Chief Medical Officer, doesn’t need the patron’s daughter disrupting his work. He’s from the wrong side of the tracks and has led life on the edge, but he’s not about to risk losing his job for a pretty face.
Poles apart, dynamite together, but can Brianna and Mitch ever bridge the gap separating them?
A big thank you to Choc-lit for sending me a copy to review!
Brianna is the daughter of very wealthy parents but she is bored with her life of doing nothing she longs to be doing something that she can be passionate about.
Brianna's mother is the patron of a charity called Medic SOS that go wherever they are needed, so when Brianna is asked if she would like to go to South America to aide in the aftermath of a tornado, she feels this may be her calling.
But after arriving at the airport and having met her sullen escort, Brianna's is left wondering is it her calling or should she be calling her home....
As the title suggests, this story pulls together two characters who are the complete opposite of each other, for me this added some wonderful sparks to the story and had me rapidly turning the pages.
My favourite people in this book are definitely Brianna and Mitch our wonderful lead characters.
Brianna is an incredible feisty character who even though at times faces situations where she is clearly out of her depth ,will try her best and give it her all.
Mitch has a very big chip on his shoulder and is very much a man who keeps things close to his chest but when it comes to his patients he gives his all and will even risk his own life for them.
I really enjoyed this book so much so that I read it in one sitting, it would make a fabulous holiday read and is definitely not a book to be missed!