Fighting for your man #newromance
Women don't appreciate when another woman tries to take their man. We are fierce and will fight with everything we have...but how do we fight against a ghostly seductress?
Kate MacInnis has a wonderful new story featuring her heroine, Nurse Morgan, who can see ghosts. DISTANT MEMORIES is available in ebook and print and is a fun-filled romp through a mad-cap adventure as Nurse Morgan seeks to keep her new boyfriend safe from seductress Esmerelda-a ghost with an eye for hot guys. The ghost sets out to mess up Nurse Morgan's life.
I loved this book. It was a page-turner and one I couldn't put down. You'll love Kate's witty story.
Grab a glass of wine…Morgan’s life has become a wild ride!
Here we go again! Distant Memories, Book Two in the Nurse Morgan Series is about Emergency Room nurse Morgan Cutler, who has made peace with the ghosts in her little house on Melody Lane in Metro Detroit. That is, as long as resident spirits Elisabeth and Jonathan Wilkerson abide by the rules and limitations. All is well until one day the seductress, Esmeralda Camarillo Castillo, visits from the other side. Man-hungry and voluptuous, Esmeralda has set her sights on Caleb Lightfoot, MD, Morgan’s boyfriend.
Mr. Too Good to Be True and so handsome he makes her mouth water, Caleb Lightfoot, MD, is moving a little too fast in their new relationship. As a woman in her early 40’s, Morgan is too wise and smart to fall in love with a heartbreaker, but is this guy for real? Could he be the one for her? Either way, Morgan’s not willing to let the seductive Esmeralda to get her hands on him.
On top of that, the house, car, and hospital are filled with ghosts—some of whom are up to no good. Morgan has to keep the balance in her head, life, career, and universe as she battles the demands placed on her by this world and the next.
Will this apparition take away the best relationship Morgan has ever had? Will Esmeralda turn the Wilkersons against her? Will the ghost destroy the hospital Morgan cherishes? Or will Esmeralda ruin the tough nurse’s career and work family that she has worked so hard to maintain? Questions fill Morgan’s head, giving her many sleepless nights. Insomnia is dangerous for a nurse on-call but worse when Morgan must keep everything she holds dear safe.
Grab that glass of wine or your favorite beverage and join Morgan as she sorts through the changes she has witnessed in the past and the new ones that have arrived. Be prepared to laugh a lot, cry a little and learn what a family really is—here in this dimension and in the afterlife. Distant Memories is for everyone with a sense of humor who believes in hope, miracles and feeling good.
Morgan left her office and saw a man walking down the hall by the patient rooms. He was dressed in jeans, a plaid flannel work shirt, and carried two cups of coffee in a carboard tray. She hurried to catch up with him.
“Sir, excuse me, but is that coffee for one of our patients?” Morgan knew from experience that if a patient was in the EC and waiting to be called for surgery, they couldn’t have anything to eat or drink.
The man turned around and looked at her. He smiled but didn’t answer. His dark blond hair was curly and he was cute, with a playful expression on his face.
“Sir, is that coffee…” She stopped mid-sentence as the man’s lower half disappeared. As he continued walking, his torso disappeared. By the time he reached the end of the corridor, his head was the only thing left and it went through the back wall of the EC. Morgan stopped and looked around—not sure if she wanted a witness to this event or hoped to be alone with the spirit. No one was around. She put her hand on the wall and leaned her weight into it. She took several deep breaths, turned around, and went back to the nursing desk.
“Tiffany, did we have a guy in his mid- to late-thirties, dark curly blond, really nice-looking come in the last hour or so?” Morgan asked.
“Yeah, we had a DOA who fits that description. He came in after a heart attack on a job site. Why?”
“I just saw him walking down the hall. Is his body still here in the EC?”
“No, he’s in the morgue. They came and got him less than an hour ago.”
“Well, he stopped and got a couple of coffees before settling down for an autopsy.”
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