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In This Whip Smart And Timely Novel From Acclaimed Author Kimmery Martin, Two Doctors Travel A Surprising Path When They Must Choose Between Treating Their Patients And Keeping Their Jobs Georgia Brown S Profession As A Urologist Requires Her To Interact With Plenty Of Naked Men, But Her Romantic Prospects Have Fizzled The Most Important Person In Her Life Is Her Friend Jonah Tsukada, A Funny, Empathetic Family Medicine Doctor Who Works At The Same Hospital In Charleston, South Carolina And Who Has Become As Close As Family To HerJust After Georgia Leaves The Country For A Medical Conference, Jonah Shares Startling News The Hospital Is Instructing Doctors To Stop Providing Medical Care For Transgender Patients Jonah, A Gay Man, Is The First To Be Fired When He Refuses To Abandon His Patients Stunned By The Predicament Of Her Closest Friend, Georgia S Natural Instinct Is To Fight Alongside Him But When Her Attempts To Address The Situation Result In Incalculable Harm, Both Georgia And Jonah Find Themselves Facing The Loss Of Much Than Their Careers The Antidote For Everything

About the Author: Kimmery Martin

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.

10 thoughts on “The Antidote For Everything

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    BRAVA BRAVA BRAVA This is powerful, provocative, brave book questions one of the most important and sensitive subjects of our modern world and it handles it meticulousl

  2. P.J. Vernon P.J. Vernon says:

    With incredible voice and scalpel sharp wit, Martin deftly navigates the light, the dark and the in between of the human soul As Southern and queer and an early manuscript

  3. Lara Lillibridge Lara Lillibridge says:

    I was fortunate to be an early beta reader of The Antidote for Everything As a member of the queer community, I m often suspicious of cis het writers who take on queer themes

  4. Travel.with.a.book Travel.with.a.book says:

    The Antidote For Everything is so powerful and merges very sensitive topics which will make you go through mixed emotions throughout the pages The fabulous medical prose by a do

  5. Tucker Tucker says:

    the antidote for everything is books and chocolate

  6. Theresa Alan Theresa Alan says:

    3 to 3.5 stars This topic is timely and important I wanted to like this novel than I did The heroine of this novel is a doctor, so Georgia analyzes everything through a scientific le

  7. Jessica Strawser Jessica Strawser says:

    I was a big fan of Kimmery Martin s smart, witty debut, THE QUEEN OF HEARTS, and this follow up does not disappoint Her characters are fascinatingly brilliant, authentically human, and c

  8. The Nerd Daily The Nerd Daily says:

    Originally published on The Nerd Daily Review by Beth MowbrayGeorgia is a urologist working at a hospital in Charleston, South Carolina with her best friend, Jonah She enjoys her job and th

  9. Kerry Kerry says:

    A riveting page turner that rivals your favorite prime time medical drama Loved it.

  10. Bradeigh Godfrey Bradeigh Godfrey says:

    This book captivated me from the first page I fell in love with Georgia, a fiery female urologist, and her best friend, Jonah, a compassionate family physician, as they fight for their patients a

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