Bachelorette Number Twelve (audiobook) by Jae

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Author: Jae

Narrated by Lori Prince


At a singles auction where no one was bidding on love, a warmhearted ER nurse finds herself dating a prickly doctor in this enemies-to-lovers lesbian romance.

Ellie Fisher loves most things about being a nurse in the emergency department…just not working with Regina Novak, an icy attending physician who acts as if she’s God’s gift to medicine.

The dislike is completely mutual. Regina thinks Ellie is a starry-eyed romantic with a sentimental attitude that has no place at work.

When Regina gets talked into volunteering at a singles auction, Ellie accidentally bids on her—and ends up winning. Oops!

Since the money raised is for a good cause, they reluctantly decide to go through with the dates.

Thanks to a baking class that turns into a competition and a hot-as-hell road trip snack incident, the ice between them starts to thaw. Is it possible the ER isn’t the most unromantic place on earth after all?

Additional information

Publication Date

January 2024


13 hrs and 26 mins




Ylva Publishing

1 review for Bachelorette Number Twelve (audiobook) by Jae

  1. Nia


    These two drive me crazy, in the best way.
    Dr Regina Nowak and Ellie Fisher know each other and it’s fair to say that neither would join the other’s fan club.
    They are simply too different and this becomes clear quite often at work.
    Dr Nowak is an emergency room doctor and Ellie is a nurse.
    Of course, these are basically two worlds, but that is not the problem.
    Regina is cold. Ice cold, if you asked Ellie and many others in the emergency room.
    She has her nickname which is very well known. Ellie is the complete opposite and they both clash very often and are simply annoyed by each other.
    However, Ellie can’t deny that Dr Mc Icy – looks extremely hot.
    Especially when she suddenly stands on this stage to be auctioned off for a good cause and Ellie does something that she will regret!
    Or not?
    It was extremely amusing an an audiobook, with Lori Prince’s voice coming up surprisingly high with her rough voice and the embarrassing moments were really funny. I love her.
    What I liked most were the conversations between the two of them, which quite often became completely absurd. Simply because no one wants to give in.
    There’s also a visit to Fair Oaks and meeting some favorites I really missed!
    It’s a wonderful book with as much depth as it is light, because not everything is as it seems.
    Certainly a new favorite title, especially for anyone who likes medical romance.

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