The Mafia's Doctor | ✓

The Mafia's Doctor | ✓

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aTouchOfRomance By aTouchOfRomance Updated Jan 07

[edited version of Doctor for the Mafia]

Ila Archer was a doctor working at one of the best hospitals in New York. She loses her license and ability to practice due to, as punishment, taking full responsibility for the 'walking patient' incident. 
After a full month, Ila runs into the 'walking patient'. Knowing her situation caused by his actions, he offers a once in a lifetime opportunity. 
"Look, you're a doctor-" He started.

"Was." I corrected. "I was a doctor."

"You can still be," he said, running his fingers through his dark hair. "Look, you can work for us, and I'll pay triple the amount you were earning at that lousy hospital."

"Us?' I asked. Who was he? How exactly does he plan on paying me triple?

He grabbed my wrist and pulled me inwards. My face inches away from his chest. With his free hand, he was gently tucking my hair behind my ear. His breath tickled my ear as he whispered two words that sent shivers down my back.

"The Mafia."

  • abuse
  • action
  • adventure
  • blood
  • danger
  • death
  • drugs
  • featured
  • guns
  • gắng
  • love
  • mafia
  • money
  • murder
  • romance
  • tension
  • trauma
  • war
sugarlups sugarlups May 11, 2018
I like your story so so so so so so so so so much much much much
sikoiyah32 sikoiyah32 Oct 24, 2018
Uhhhh “lemon chips” Ik damn welll YOUR FUCKIN’LYIN’ 😂😂😂👋🏾
KonaDragon KonaDragon Jan 08
The moment you want them to speak italian but cant speak it yourself
DuckySage DuckySage Nov 29, 2018
The only walking I do is from my bed to the kitchen and back
That_One_Reader22 That_One_Reader22 Nov 19, 2018
Imagine if you could hear wattpad comments when you opened them.  This would just be a whole lot of "mee" like the birds from finding nemo 😂😂
DonSmith4 DonSmith4 Nov 28, 2018
Hi. I'd just suggest that the story  needs more details. If you overdiscribe using adjectives then you can go back and delete any you don't like.
                              Don Smith