Title: I’m a Therapist, and My Patient is in Love With a Pedophile
Author: Dr. Harper (pseudonym)
Genre: Psychological Horror
Series: Doctor Harper (#2)
Number of Pages: 177
I didn’t like this book as much as the first one, but I still enjoyed following Dr. Harper’s character. After a series of unfortunate events lands Dr. Elliot Harper in prison, he starts treating his fellow patients- much to the chagrin of the actual prison mental health professional. As the stories Dr. Harper hears slowly start to come together, he begins to uncover information about a potential pedophile ring.
I’m a Patient, and My Patient is in Love With a Pedophile is more contrived and even more implausible than the first one, starting with the idea that a therapist would be allowed to continue his practice and even distribute meds in prison. I still really enjoyed the format and I liked the stories, even though they weren’t as memorable as the ones in the first installment.
I also liked how the books starts right where the last one left off, and the questions that were answered (what happened to Noah?) Basically, if you liked the first book in the series you’ll probably like this too, because it effectively continues the original’s themes and character arcs and also succeeds at being a fun page-turner.
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