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The relationship between a psychiatrist and a patient is delicate. With the vulnerability of the patient, it’s important for the psychiatrist to remain professional and empathetic. However, these psychiatrist romance books throw professionalism to the curb!
Filled with broody psychiatrists and curious heroines; this handful of books explores the blurred lines between the doctor and patient. Not only are these storylines intriguing. But these authors truly detail just how intertwined a psychiatrist and patient can become, and the devasting after effects.
Psychiatrist Romance Books
If you enjoy reading dark romance books, these recommendations will be right up your alley! Get ready for possessive antiheroes, beautiful & naive heroines, and themes that will make you curious to explore.
Finding these book recommendations was a bit challenging! I had to scour the internet and Goodreads to find the exact novels that fit this psychiatrist romance theme. If you have any favorite reads with this particular trope, please leave a comment below. I’d love to hear it!
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Without further ado, enjoy these romance recommendations!
Locked away in a castle, Willow Taylor lives among other patients in the isolating psychiatric hospital. The hospital is where she meets the most handsome man with an ice-cold stare. Because he's her psychiatrist, Willow shouldn't be attracted to him. But the more Willow talks to him, the less she cares about breaking the rules.More info →
Experiencing a traumatic event, Eve wakes up in a hospital, unsure how she got there. Mind shattered, Eve can barely function and relies heavily on the hospital staff. Dr. Preston Montgomery becomes the person Eve trusts and the psychiatrist is determined to save Eve from herself.More info →
Amelia knows she's messed up in the head. It's no surprise to her. That's why it's shocking to Amelia that her psychiatrist, Dr. Leo Chastain, thinks he can fix her. Comfortable with her inner turmoil, Amelia wants to see how far Dr. Leo is willing to go, before he's broken too.More info →
Fiona Drazen is a young beautiful socialite trapped in the vicious cycle of parties, drugs, and sex. Neglected by her dominant partner, Fiona is sent away to a private institution. Her personal psychiatrist, Elliot, is a handsome man who's willing to let Fiona express herself. The more time Fiona and Elliot spend together, the less professional their sessions become.More info →